Scallop Cove Too!

Your only rental spot and convenience store while at T.H. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park.

We are located at the Eagle Harbor Boat Basin inside T.H. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park. Grab those last few odds and ends before heading out for the day. We have ice cream, sodas, snacks, beach towels, sunscreen, sunglasses, bait and tackle and rental kayaks, SUP boards and canoes. Come on by and use our free WiFi as well. Everything to make your time at the park perfect.

Open everyday from 10am - 5 pm EASTERN depending on weather. Contact information at the bottom of the page.

Online Gift Shop

Shop online and show off your love for St Joe State Park and get your gifts sent to your home, anytime of the year.

free WiFi at Scallop Cove General Store and Scallop Cove Too in Cape San Blas

Free WiFi

Come on by during open hours for free WiFi. There are picnic tables outside to sit and enjoy.

Scallop Cove Too is open


The state park is open for day use, camping and Eagle Harbor boat ramp.

Store is open EVERYDAY 10am - 6pm EST

*Weather permitting


The Florida Park Service is committed to providing accessible facilities, programs and services for all people including those with disabilities.  The Florida Park Service will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to participate in and enjoy recreational opportunities and park experiences.  To request access or to review a complete copy of the accessibility and inclusion policy, please visit or call the nearest park ranger station at 850.227.1327

Scallop Cove Too kayaks for rent

About T.H. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park

The park is open 8:00 a.m. until sunset, 365 days each year.

Native Americans were the first to enjoy the beauty and bounty of St. Joseph Bay. The peninsula was settled by hunter-gatherers of the Weeden Island and Mississippian, Fort Walton Cultures. Remains of shell tools and pottery of these cultures have been found in the park. Spanish explorers named St. Joseph Bay in the early 1500s, but did not settle here until 1701 when they built a fort, Presidio San Jose, and a mission at the tip of the peninsula. After a few years the settlers abandoned the fort and returned to Pensacola. Nothing remains of the settlement today. As the Florida Panhandle became an important part of shipping routes in the 1800s, settlers from Apalachicola moved here hoping to establish a competing port. St. Joseph’s Point Lighthouse was built on the peninsula in 1839 to serve the short lived town of St. Joseph across the bay. After the town’s population was decimated by yellow fever in 1841, the lighthouse was dismantled. In 1868, the Stone family purchased much of the land surrounding the bay, including the peninsula. They sold it to the U. S. government in 1940 to use for military training. St. Joseph Peninsula State Park opened in 1967. It was dedicated to the former owner, T. H. Stone, a respected community leader in Gulf County.

Entrance Fee:

Up to eight persons in a vehicle: $6.00

Single person in vehicle: $4.00

Pedestrians and Bicyclists: $2.00

Boat Launch: $5.00

No camping or cabins available since Hurricane Michael. See their website for more info.

*Pricing is up to T.H. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park and may change at any time.

Click here to make a Cabin or Camping Reservation with the Park

Need something else?

Looking for more? Come to our General Store just 5 miles away.