I drove 12 miles out of my way off US Hwy 98 to take my wife out here. Pretty much for just another look at the ocean. During summer, the bugs will eat you alive on the nature walk, so take plenty of protection. The beach, frankly, is not desirable to swim in. Water is dark, can't see your feet,... 更多
Drove 80 miles to find one of Florida's white sandy beaches and this place didn't disappoint. Miles of beach, very few people, lovely sea shells, perfect weather. Doesn't get better than that!
Absolutely breathtaking! The serenity of the natural way that the park is kept is beautiful. When you walk down on the sandy beach area itself, you can really see nature in its glory. It is the perfect place to sit and watch the ocean or take in the loveliness of it all. I'm so in love with Alligator Point period.... 更多
My wife and I visited the park today and took about a 1 mile stroll down the beach. The only other person we saw was a park ranger when walking to the beach. If your looking to go swimming try going further out towards Alligator Point. The water at the park was very murky and full of seaweed. There is... 更多
This is a lovely area and appeared to have many options in better weather. It was cold and windy. We did walk out on the nature/wildlife boardwalk. Very nice.
Living in Tallahassee, I go to this beach when I don't feel like making the longer drive west to Mexico Beach or even further, Panama City Beach. It's about 50 miles away from Tallahassee and it's fine to visit for a few hours or the day. The Pros? I love the serenity and abundant wildlife, as I lived in Panama... 更多
so beautiful, so peaceful, just you and nature and maybe some fishermen. to walk on such lands still so untouched by humans.. no words. fish were jumping out of the water. butterflies coming in, felt like i was in a butterfly sanctuary. seeing crabs.. all types.. seeing birds all types just amazing.. if your looking for a crazed crowded beach... 更多
Wonderful slice of unspoiled coast. Worth the two dollar state park fee. Some days you don't see but one or two people at the far end of the beach. They do not allow dogs on the beach. Worth the drive to spend a tranquil, calm day at the shore.
Alligator point.....where do I begin? I love the serenity of the island. I love the fact that tourists dont flock here. I love the fact that you can sit on the beach all day long, right in the middle of summer and only see a handfull of people, if you're lucky. I love the small town feel of this place.... 更多