My daughter, 2 grandsons (6 & 8), and I discovered the bay at Cape San Blas. It was midafternoon and we started out at the Gulf side of the area - lots of seashells! Then we went over to the bay and discovered about 20 people of all ages wading in shallow water, most with snorkels and nets. We were warned about the sea anemones, so we waded in beach shoes. The water was bathtub warm and very clear! Most of the water was knee deep or lower. We waded for about an hour, mostly avoiding the grassy areas. We found plenty of sea life to get the boys excited! Some of the attached pictures are taken underwater. Note: You cannot collect live shells (crabs are in most of them!) or marine life. You also need someone in your group with a diving flag. There is a state park fee.
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