Much has changed in a positive light around the area since our last update! Power, sewer, and water are now fully functional to Cape San Blas–something we thought would take roughly 2 months time from initial damage assessments. However, local area recovery efforts have continued to stay resilient and relentless! All roads that were damaged from the hurricane are now fully passable. The Trading Post and Scallop Cove on Cape San Blas are now open, and Scallop Cove now has fuel for customers! Restaurants in Port St. Joe such as Peppers Mexican Grill, Provisions, Dagwoods, Krazyfish, Indian Pass Uptown Raw Bar, and Sand Dollar Cafe are now open and serving! Our beautiful rental properties are already undergoing repairs needed, big or small, to get them back up and available to our beloved guests! Please contact us to see which properties you can rent immediately, as well as which properties will be ready for your specified future dates!
Unfortunately, our area of coastline received a large amount of damage from the effects of Hurricane Michael. This includes Port St. Joe, Cape San Blas, Indian Pass, and St. Joe Beach. Our Baytowne office did flood, and we were without power, phone systems, cell service, and power for over a week. Please forgive any delays regarding communication on current reservations or future reservations. The majority of our vacation home properties fared OK with only minimal damage such as missing siding. However, due to the overall circumstances, we have canceled and refunded all reservations for the remainder of 2018. We are working relentlessly as a community to restore our properties as well as our beautiful stretch of coastline back to normalcy. The majority of Gulf County already has power and water. The north part of Cape San Blas, past the rocks, has power and should have water by the middle to end of November. The road by the rocks on Cape San Blas, also known as "Stump Hole", has been repaired by DOT and is passable. Please continue to keep us in your thoughts and prayers! We will continue to rebuild and repair, and we should be back to a level of normalcy by January 1st. Feel free to reach out to us if you have questions. We will make all efforts to respond in a reasonable amount of time, but please give us 24-72 hours response time as we move forward.
200 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe, FL 32456
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