Alligator Point Vacation Rentals
Hurricane Hermine Update: September 22, 2016
Hurricane Hermine left a portion of Alligator Drive battered, but it is now a one-lane passable road. Damage to homes was minimal and all rentals are fine. Our beaches were swept clean for the most part with some damage to sea oats, but our beach is still the place to be especially now that summer has passed.
Located at the eastern end of Franklin County, Alligator Point is accessed via US Highway 98 and County Road 370. Alligator Point’s protected bay, Alligator Harbor Aquatic Preserve, encompasses 14,366 acres and serves as a nursery for many game fish species such as grouper, snapper, cobia, tarpon, and redfish. Miles of pristine beaches, an abundance of shallow bays, marshes and fresh water rivers provide great outdoor opportunities including deep sea and sight fishing, boating, kayaking, bird and wildlife viewing.
A unique feature to Alligator Point is one of Florida’s naturally preserved state parks, Bald Point State Park. The convergence of Ochlockonee Bay & Apalachee Bay produces diverse habitats and makes it an excellent vantage point for fall and spring migrations of birds and butterflies. Bald Point is also an outstanding observation point for year-round wildlife residents such as black bear, white-tailed deer, coyotes, bobcats and hosts of resident birds. The day-use facilities at the park include picnic pavilions, restrooms and a fishing dock.
Walk miles without passing another person, cast a rod, catch shrimp, enjoy sunsets, collect shells or just gather your thoughts. The absence of noise and glaring lights makes for prime relaxation and exquisite stargazing.
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