With easy access from the Gulf of Mexico through Apalachicola Bay, Apalachicola Marina is popular port of call for recreational boaters cruising Florida’s Panhandle. Able to accommodate both larger fishing vessels and smaller recreational boats, Apalachicola Marina offers overnight docking at a rate of $1.50 per foot including electrical and water hook ups. Visitors to Apalachicola Marina will be within walking distance of shops, galleries, Orman House Historic State Park and to one of the top-rated restaurants in Apalachicola, the Owl Café. Avid fishermen will enjoy the Apalachicola area’s abundance of fishing where species include redfish, trout, bass and oysters – in fact, Apalachicola is responsible for 90% of the oyster production in Florida. Visitors to Apalachicola Marina can enjoy local attractions of interest including the Apalachicola Maritime Museum, John Gorrie State Museum, St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge, and the Raney House Museum. Why not plan your visit to Apalachicola around a fun event? Apalachicola hosts their annual Mardi Gras celebration each February/March and the Florida Seafood Festival every November. Additional Apalachicola Marina services include a Chevron fuel dock featuring ethanol-free gasoline, marina store with bait & tackle, and pump out.