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The weather in Saint George Island
Find the Saint George Island climate diagram. June is the warmest month in Saint George Island with average maximum temperatures of 89°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Saint George Island, with temperatures going under 44° According to the climate diagram, July is the rainiest month of the year in Saint George Island.
Discover exquisite Saint George Island from your vacation home
Saint George Island is a fisherman's dream. Speckled trout, flounder, whiting, redfish, and sharks are just a few of the profusion of marine life that surges through its waters. Naturally, seafood is a staple of this atmospheric isle. Dolphins also play off the coast and turtles shuffle through its sands.
Top notch oysters
Seafood is the order of the day. Some of the world's best oysters are steamed, grilled, or served on crushed ice with lemon and Tabasco sauce. Succulent shrimps in an endless variety of incarnations. Lots of restaurants will cook your day's catch for you - mahi mahi, snapper and grouper are favorites.
Venturing out on the island
One of the best ways to arrive at and find your way around the island is via scooter, bike, of golf cart. These are the best vehicles for making excursions to watch migratory birds and dolphins and explore miles of trails and uninhabited islands nearby. Take a kayak out into the unbounded blue of the Mexican Gulf.
Sights and sounds of Saint George Island
Saint George Island State Park
This beach stretches for miles along Saint George Island where sea turtles and snowy plover birds sunbathe with you on the shore. The water is full of flounder, redfish, sea trout, and Spanish mackerel. Discover shells on the beach, or kayak down a two and a half mile trail to some remote campsites.
Saint George Island Lighthouse
Climb the 92 steps to the top of Saint George's lighthouse for 360 degree views of the Gulf, Bay, and Island. Take a tour of the Keeper's House Museum with knowledgeable guides who will tell you all about the history of the building.
Bob Sikes Cut
This shipping route to Apalachicola Bay separates St George Island from the mainland. A bridge was constructed in 1965 at which time the island began to become more developed. It is an unparalleled spot for fishing trout and bass or for a little shelling on the beach. As you look out, you may just see dolphins playing in the cut.
Cape of St. George Island
The Cape is another brilliant fishing spot for those so inclined. Its white, wide beaches are populated by cardinals, bluffs, and marine forest. It's one of the best places on the island for stargazing by the fire and, indeed, watching the miniature, arrow-head shaped sea turtles emerge from their shells and struggle up the beach.
Known for its abstract and wonderful geological formations, Pelican Reef is home to a small community of homes with coastal views, surrounded by river marshland. St George Lighthouse, a chocolate manufacturer, and a number of restaurants make Pelican Reef an ideal place to come and relax.
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