Situated on St. George Island in the Gulf of Mexico along Florida's Panhandle, St. George Plantation is a coastal gated community offering five miles of pristine white-sand beaches, the renowned Apalachicola Bay, majestic pine trees, and low-density housing, providing an opportunity to savor the best of sun-soaked island living. As night falls, you can marvel at the captivating star-studded southern sky.
The St. George Plantation community features diverse neighborhoods connected by 12 miles of paved pathways that wind through natural terrain. Over half of our 500-plus single-family homes are designated as vacation rentals, while approximately 100 owners call the Plantation their primary residence. Whether residing here full-time or part-time, the majority of our homeowners embrace the islander identity and actively participate in charitable and civic events within the broader Forgotten Coast community.
From the sandy Gulf side beach to the bayside's deep water cove, estuarial habitat, and maritime forest, St. George Plantation offers an exceptional balance of nature, beautiful homes, and social and recreational activities.
The St. George Plantation Owners' Association (SGPOA) provides owners and authorized guests with a 3300-foot paved landing strip on the island. This FAA-authorized airstrip, situated within a gated community, allows public landings but restricts entry into the private properties of the community.