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Florida Circumnavigational Saltwater Paddling Trail SEGMENT 04: FORGOTTEN COAST


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Vast tracts of unspoiled public lands and islands are featured in this segment, from the high dunes of St. Joseph Peninsula State Park to the wild palm-lined shores of St. Vincent Island to the old-growth coastal forests of Cape St. George State Reserve. Apalachicola Bay is a dominant natural feature, providing incredibly productive fishing and shellfish harvests. Not only can you see numerous oyster boats and their crews scouring the waters of Apalachicola Bay, but if you time your trip right, succulent oysters await at the annual Apalachicola Seafood Festival (early November).

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  • Additional Notes Be wary of strong winds. Currents moving through all three passes can be strong, depending upon tidal fluctuations. After Stump's Hole, you'll need to paddle along the Gulf for several miles, where the surf can pose a challenge., Length of Trail (in miles) 57, Nearby Cities Port St. Joe, Apalachicola

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