Should I plan to visit St. George Island in November as opposed to a week in the summer? Let’s take a look at the pros and cons! Then, after you pick out the most ideal time of year to go on a Forgotten Coast vacation, make sure you access our complimentary Vacation Guide. When you unlock this tool, we’ll enlighten you with exclusive content that covers all of the must-see attractions, restaurants, outdoor recreation, shopping, and museums around St. George Island, Apalachicola Bay, and Carabelle, Florida. That way, you’ll never actually forget your time on the Forgotten Coast.
Should I Travel to St. George Island in November?
Forgotten Coast Weather in Fall
Yes! The fall season is a fantastic time to visit St. George Island. You’re in for a crisp and refreshing treat if you plan to visit Florida in November. St. George Island can see an average high in the 60s with lows in the 50s, so it’s not too hot and not too cold.
Things to do on St. George Island in November
Wait for the high temperatures of summer in Florida to pass, and enjoy beautiful, mild weather as you explore the great outdoors.
Discover the most intriguing Florida wildlife and explore Dr. Julian G. Bruce St. George Island State Park. The top attraction is the perfect place for an afternoon of birding or fishing and the best ending to a day on vacation because it’s known for having one of the most incredible night skies!
Other refreshing options for enjoying the beautiful fall weather at the park include boating, paddling, hiking, running, geocaching, shelling, or biking on the trails!
Forgotten Coast Annual Events in November
Florida Seafood Festival
Calling all foodies! You won’t want to miss this extraordinary Forgotten Coast annual festival. Here, you can indulge in delicious, seasonal local seafood at this Apalachicola yearly festival. It’s everything from carnival fun to an oyster-eating contest to live music to a parade! So, get your tastebuds ready for this highly-anticipated fall event!
Forgotten Coast Festival of Trees
November is the time of year to start getting in the holiday spirit. Spark your excitement for Christmas with a visit to the Forgotten Coast Festival of Trees in Port Saint Joe, FL, which is less than half an hour away from your vacation rental!
On select dates throughout November and December, you can expect to walk through a magical winter wonderland of beautifully decorated Christmas trees, wreaths, and other admirable holiday displays put on by the Joe Center for the Arts.
More November Events on the Forgotten Coast
- Thanksgiving dinner in your vacation home
- Scallop RePUBlic
- License-Free Fishing Day (Saturday after Thanksgiving)
- Eastpoint Artisans Market
- Apalachicola Farmers Market
- Carrabelle Country Farmer’s Market
- Annual Holiday Sip N’ Shop
Keep an eye out on our events calendar to see what’s coming up throughout the year!
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