Our 1- and 3-bedroom furnished condos at Windmark Beach are located just a stone’s throw away from the pristine shores of St. Joseph Bay. With unique, family-oriented amenities, this hidden vacation spot is a perfect piece of paradise.
The View on Old 98 offers fresh and inventive Asian and American cuisine featuring authentic flavors you know and love in a waterfront setting overlooking Cape San Blas. The vibrant menu includes a hip new spin on your favorite Asian and American classics, featuring fresh, seasonal ingredients.
The community BeachWalk runs parallel to the coastline and is perfect for a leisurely stroll, a bike ride, a morning jog or in-line skating. The boardwalks are where you go to get around and where you stop to reflect. It is where our guest’s become friends and where a stroll with the kids can become the best part of each day.
The beautiful zero-entry village center pool is perfect to gather with family and friends and enjoy a sunny, relaxing day poolside. When not swimming, the large lawn area and playground adjacent to the pool deck will keep all the kids entertained as well.
There is also a centrally located village green amphitheater, a perfect setting to bring a blanket and picnic and relax or join the family for a game of Frisbee.
If you are looking to get out on the water, the Port St. Joe Marina is your launching point. Located just 4 miles east of WindMark Beach, Port St. Joe Marina—often called "Floridas friendliest marina” - offers charter fishing boats, pontoon boat rentals, and tour boats. Youre about as close as you can get to the grassy flats where speckled trout, redfish and tarpon hang out, or imagine being minutes away from some of the best off-shore fishing in the Gulf of Mexico.
If you feel like stepping out, there is always something going on in and around the quaint town of Port St. Joe, which is three miles south of WindMark Beach. Reid Avenue is home to many specialty shops. Drive into historic Apalachicola, 28 miles east and browse through the unique galleries, stores and antique shops or enjoy a dozen of the famous Apalachicola oysters! Once the third-largest port on the Gulf of Mexico, Apalachicola has a diverse and colorful past that remains visible today.