Beach Front! A great place to swim, walk the beach, fish and relax. We don�t have many of the �attractions� of Florida�s more developed places. No tee shirt shops, beach bars, tattoo parlors, or any thing of the like. There is not a traffic light in the county and the nearest McDonalds is 35 miles away (we do have some good local places with great seafood a lot closer). There are however a lot of great places to visit like Bald Point, Ochlocknee River, and Wakulla Springs State Parks; St Marks and St Vincent�s National Wildlife Refuges; Tate�s Hell Swamp and the Apalachicola National Forest. We have some great rivers and springs to explore and lots of natural things to do and see.
Take a look at our website for a lot more info about the house and the area.
Walk the beach, swim, and fish, lie on the beach, sit on the screened porch or deck and look at the beach. This is a great private little developed, non touristy beach. The beach is the real reason for coming. Other things to do include:
Fishing, fish from the beach, charter a boat, bring a boat, the fishing is pretty good. We regularly catch redfish, speckled trout, and Spanish mackerel from the shore. From a boat you can also catch grouper, snapper, king mackerel, cobia, and lots more.
Canoeing or Kayaking, We have some really great places nearby like the Wakulla River. The Wakulla is fed by Wakulla Springs one of the largest springs in the world. The crystal clear water runs about 10 miles to the Gulf, there is not much development along the river and you can see lots of wildlife. Manatee if you are lucky, lots of gators, and lots and lots of birds. Other places to go include the Ochlocknee River, Wacissa River, and Tate's Hell.
Wildlife and bird watching. This is a great place to see wildlife; we are surrounded by Wildlife Refuges, State Parks, a National Forest, and a State Forest. We have everything from Bears and Manatee to Gopher Tortoise and Red Wolves.
Eat some local seafood, catch it and cook it yourselves, buy it in one of the local shops that sell seafood right off the boats (we have as many of these as we do gas stations), or eat in one of the local restaurants that cook it. No better place for seafood!
Relax, this is a wonderful place to just sit on the beach/deck/porch and relax!
|Aug 07 2016||Sep 11 2016||-||-||$1,500||-||1 Week|
|: 4 p.m. : 10 a.m.|
|Lodging tax: 6%|
|Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Personal Check, Money Order|
|Other Fees: $100 Pet Fee|
Reviews for this vacation villa rental in Alligator Point, Florida
lets keep the forgotten coast forgotten
June 30, 2008
alligator pint is the kind of place you go to if like coastal country living. no touristy trinket shops here. good seafood restaurants without the corny names. nice beaches. lots of shells. Wakulla Springs is close by. take snorkeling equpt. visiting Wakulla is like visiting the garden of eden. alligator pint is a great older beach house. you feel at home the second that you walk in. one of the best,if not the best location on the penninsula. great views from all bedrooms. great place for a peaceful beach trip. great family place for real beach loving familes.
spring break with the grandkids
April 17, 2008
What a great beach house.Our 2 kids, 4 grandkids, & our friends from Ca. plenty of room. great porch on the beach side. I brought my fishing boat & kept it at the private dock across the street. We caught the limit of sea trout at turkey point all 3 days that we went fishing.