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"What is there to do on Alligator Point?"Fishing in Alligator Point, Florida

If you have to ask, it may not be for you. This pristine, rural beach community is located an hour from structured entertainment and appeals to those who entertain themselves and whose favorite company is their own. There are no crowds, no strip malls, no movie theaters, and no t-shirt shops. There are, however, miles of unpopulated beach, endless fishing possibilities and close proximity to other natural treasures.This peninsula located 45 minutes south of Tallahassee offers tranquility that is unsurpassed. Fill your days with as much or as little activity as you desire.

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.

Butterfly and Birding Migrations in Alligator Point Florida along Florida's Forgotten CoastA 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.

The various settings of this natural splendor give refuge to small and large animals alike. Wildlife inhabitants include black bears, white tail deer, bobcats, foxes, coyotes, otters, hosts of birds, and yes, just a few alligators – though, that is not the reason for the name. Civilization does exist nearby, but you’ll have to seek it out – or maybe not.

"By the time you leave,we think you'll agree that you've found paradise!"

If you want to know more about our area or have questions about making the most of your visit here, please call us. Each member of our staff is a long-time resident of the area and appreciates the opportunity to share his or her knowledge about fishing, birding or just relaxing.

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