INDIAN PASS, FLORIDA                           

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Indian Pass in the panhandle of Florida.  It is a small peninsular which helps to form the western end of Apalachicola Bay.  Indian Pass is adjacent to St. Vincent Island and is surrounded by the Gulf of Mexico on one side and Apalachicola Bay & Indian Lagoon on the others.  It is a beautiful place to visit or to call home.


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Indian Pass is in the middle of what has become known as the "Forgotten Coast".  While there are some developments, the Forgotten Coast is still primarily undeveloped "Old Florida".  It is a place that those who have discovered it do not tell anyone about its attraction and beauty.  Instead, we tell everyone about its heat, humidity, mosquitoes, black flies, yellow flies, alligators,  sharks and hurricanes.  While those things do abound here, those who love it here think they are just things God made to keep away the nonbelievers.

We have a few photos to show what the Pass is like:
Sunsets Fishing 4th of July Parade
Local Attractions
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