St. Andrews State Park


St. Andrews State Park is home to five distinct ecological landscapes, making it a truly unique experience. The park features a mile and a half of pristine beaches, biking and hiking trails, and plenty of wildlife to see.

Visit Gator Lake, a man-made lake that is home to a significant alligator population as well as many other birds, small mammals, and reptiles. St. Andrews State Park beaches are considered some of the most beautiful in the country. You can sunbathe and swim in the water, snorkel, fish, paddle, and more.

This park is one of the largest areas of untouched barrier island along the Florida Panhandle, making it one of the top attractions in the area for nature lovers. St. Andrews State Park also features a boat ramp, canoe/kayak launch, amphitheater, picnic pavilion, playground, and more.