If you’ve already booked your Sunset Reflections Vacation Rentals it’s time to start making plans for things to do and places to see while you’re here. Getting a bicycle rental and exploring the area is some of the most fun you can have.
Cape San Blas has an easily accessible bike path that stretches for 7 miles along the length of Cape San Blas Road. Check out the Loggerhead Trail Bike Path that runs the entire length of Cape San Blas, too. Bring your bike on vacation or rent one from the following businesses.
Where to Find Bike Rentals
Kayak Ours Kayak & Bike Outpost
775 Cape San Blas Road, Port St. Joe, FL
Phone: (850) 229-1991
Located near the beginning of the Loggerhead Trail Bike Path just east of Mile Marker #1 on Cape San Blas. Offering one-speed coaster bikes size 20″ for youth up to 26″ for adults, trailers for toddlers, and a 16″ bike with training wheels. All bikes come with helmets, baskets, locks, and whistles.
4310 Cape San Blas Road, Port St. Joe, FL
Phone: (850) 227-1573
Offering a whole lot more than bait and tackle. The place to come for kiddie karts and bikes plus so much more. Rentals are 4 hours, same day, 24 hours, 2 days, 4 days or 5-7 days.
Where to Ride
St. Joseph Bay State Buffer Preserves is a great place to explore by bicycle. Pack a picnic, grab the family and bike there to enjoy lunch on the beach. These lands protect an intact natural coastal landscape with one of the highest concentrations of rare plants in the southeast and will never be developed, protecting the bay’s water quality, natural productivity, and critical habitat for future generations. If you go, please respect the environment.
Salinas Park is the first park on Cape San Blas Road. There’s a beautiful beach front park that provides picnic areas, restrooms, boardwalk and beach access.
The Cape San Blas Lighthouse is in Port St. Joe. There’s a gift shop in the old Maddox House. Located on the waterfront near Frank Pate Park
St. Joseph Peninsula State Park is located just outside of Barrier Dunes. Miles of white sand beaches, and stunning dunes can be explored on 2,516 acres.