St. George Scuttlebutt

The latest news, happenings, and Island tales, here on our Forgotten Coast blog

Memorial Day

Although summer doesn’t technically begin until June, many view Memorial Day as the true kickoff of the season. Take it from us: there’s no better way to celebrate this turn of the weather than with a relaxing beachfront vacation. On a coastal trip, you’ll get to start the summer in style by sporting your new […]

Beach Gear

If you’re preparing for an upcoming beach vacation in St. George Island, Florida, then you’re probably daydreaming about the coastal views in your future.  But you can’t hit the road without packing your bags, and vacationing near the coast adds a whole other dimension to your packing routine. To help you choose what beach gear […]

Stocking Up

Rental properties offer a convenient, unique way for families to vacation. Unlike many hotels, these private accommodations can make you feel right at home – no matter where you travel. But if you’re planning on renting a house for your next Florida trip, forgetting an essential item can put a serious dent in your plans. […]

Lighthouse on St. George Island – Resort Vacation Properties

The Apalachicola Bay area is a place of wonder and natural delight, and although it’s the signature destination along what’s known as the Forgotten Coast, for more than three decades it’s been no secret to folks living in the region and beyond. Most recently, in a glowing article in the Chattanooga Times Free Press, the […]

Seafood Lunch on Beach – Resort Vacation Properties.

Some visitors to St. George Island are among the third and fourth generations of their families to vacation here, and while their magical traditions began decades ago, new ones are also starting every day. For those planning your first foray to gorgeous St. George, here’s a helpful guide with plenty of insider information to enhance […]

Dog Being Petted – Resort Vacation Properties.

One of the most beloved organizations in all of the Forgotten Coast protects and cares for the area’s many homeless and unwanted pets. The Franklin County Humane Society’s shelter was founded in 1991 and is located near the Tate’s Hell National Forest, just northeast of St. George Island. It was created through the efforts of […]