How to Get To Cape San Blas

Cape San Blas is the perfect drive-to destination on the Florida Panhandle. Whether you're coming from Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, or beyond, Cape San Blas is easy to get to, and you'll feel worlds away. Skip the airports and hop in the car to come see us instead, for a safe and relaxing Florida vacation.

Where Is Cape San Blas?

Cape San Blas and Indian Pass sit along the Florida Panhandle near the St. Joseph Bay State Buffer Preserve and the Apalachicola National Forest. The Cape San Blas area is about an hour from Panama City Beach and a little over two hours from Tallahassee. Some nearby towns you can explore include Port St. Joe and Apalachicola.

Flying To Cape San Blas

There are three airports near Cape San Blas, including the Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport in Panama City, the Marianna Municipal Airport, and the Tallahassee International Airport. Tallahassee airport is the largest of the three and offers the most inbound and outbound flights from all over the world. 


From the Marianna Municipal Airport, you’ll take FL-71 South to 30A South all the way until Cape San Blas and Indian Pass. This scenic drive is about 2 hours. 


From the Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport, you’ll take US-98 South to 30A. Without traffic this drive will take you about an hour and 45 minutes.


The Tallahassee International Airport is just more than 2 hours to Cape San Blas and Indian Pass. You will take US-319 S all the way to 30A. 

Driving To Cape San Blas

Cape San Blas and Indian Pass are right off of Scenic Highway 30A, with connections from FL-71 and US-98. Port St. Joe and Apalachicola are the closest major towns to the area. 


From the North, Highway 71 or 231 provide the easiest access to the area. If you’re coming from the rest of the state of Florida, US-98 will bring you directly here.