This Remote Florida Island Is Like A Window Into The Milky Way
You won't run out of stars to wish on here!
On the remote reaches of Florida’s northern Gulf coast, there lies a tiny island that will transport you to the stars. Or at least it’ll feel like it since its sandy shores are so far removed from light pollution, it feels like you're looking through a window into the Milky Way. If you’re keen on adventuring past the regular Florida comforts into something a bit more far-reaching,will definitely provide an incredible view of the night sky for your travels.
The barrier island of St. George holds miles of undeveloped beach, perfect for year-round fishing, sunsets, and general beach bum shenanigans. But it’s at night when this island really shines, with the chance to see stars, planets, and.
The staff is even working towards making the island a designated Dark Sky Park with the International Dark Sky Association, just like central Florida's .
While the park closes at dusk, there are several ways you can stick around once night falls to appreciate the otherworldly beauty.
Admission to the park is just $6 per vehicle, where you’ll get to enjoy , , and potentially even catch glimpses of and .
There are plenty of hiking through pine forests and lush undergrowth.to check out here too,
The untouched shores are a great place for , and during the summer months, you’ll even see .
St. George Island is truly a hidden gem you can enjoy day and night!
St. George Island State Park
Address: 1900 E. Gulf Beach Dr., St. George Island, FL
Why You Need To Go: This secluded island is beautiful during the day, but even more stunning at night with amazing views of the starry sky.
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