St. George Island

St. George Island, Florida is a beautiful 28-mile barrier island in the Gulf of Mexico and home to the most unspoiled, serene beaches in Florida.

Located just off North Florida's Gulf Coast and part of what is known as Florida's Forgotten Coast, the 28-mile St. George Island is one of the last inhabited yet unspoiled barrier islands in Florida – a serene and pet-friendly vacation paradise. It consistently ranks as one of the top beaches in the U.S., with miles of uncrowded expanses for sunning and shelling, clear Gulf waters for swimming and fishing, and pristine marshes for wildlife viewing.


St. George Island is protected by low-density zoning and strict building codes. This makes St. George Island a tranquil beach community with no high rises or chain stores. Visitors can rent a quaint beach cottage, a multi-story luxury beach home, or lodge at one of the two island hotels or inns.

Overview for St. George Island, FL

972 people live in St. George Island, where the median age is 62.8 and the average individual income is $58,321. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population

62.8 years

Median Age


Population Density Population Density This is the number of people per square mile in a neighborhood.


Average individual Income

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