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Carrabelle Beach

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Carrabelle Beach

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Susan C wrote a review Oct 2020
Biloxi, Mississippi199 contributions6 helpful votes
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Like stepping back in time. The old roadside parks of long ago come to mind. Lots of stop and go traffic for pictures and restroom usage. A way to enjoy a stroll with the sound of crashing waves in the background. There were not very many shells along this beach. There were some great stumps of cypress trees left over from past hurricanes🌀 .
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Steph wrote a review Oct 2020
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This isn't your beach that you expect from the white sands of the gulf, but it is beautiful. It's quiet and peaceful and full of nature and wildlife!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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farnsworthj wrote a review Sep 2020
13 contributions1 helpful vote
We visited Carrabelle for the first time right after Hurricane Sally plowed through the area, damaging shoreline across the Panhandle. It was very different from the beaches just to the West (Destin, PCB). It’s a long, narrow coastline parallel to Scenic Hwy 98 and nestled between national forests. At high tide, it’s not much to see. But don’t let the first glance fool you! We walked miles in either direction along sandy beaches with beautifully undisturbed salt marshes & pristine pine forest. Expect darker Gulf water than the Emerald Coast, but much more native flora & fauna. We watched egrets & pelicans and saw an astonishing number of hermit crabs & oysters. It’s not a highly developed area so the privacy is nice. Lots of couples walking & playing with their dogs. You can see St. George Island in the distance. Enjoyed experiencing natural Florida habitat so close to the main route.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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MarkandDorothy wrote a review Sep 2020
Boynton Beach, Florida21 contributions10 helpful votes
Smaller beach compared to others, but fun to walk or just to sit and sun. Some seaweed, no shells, but a clean beach. Restrooms and shaded picnic tables are available.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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AshleyleeFo wrote a review Sep 2020
White Pine, Tennessee15 contributions4 helpful votes
The Dirty water or to many people or maybe the glass everywhere idk what was worse definitely not Florida water when you think of Florida gulf coast
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Date of experience: September 2020
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