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Dog Island & The Nature Conservancy
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Dog Island & The Nature Conservancy

Dog Island is a small and remote barrier island accessible by water-taxi or boat and offers visitors a choice of exploring marshes and forests or just kicking back and relaxing on the pristine white-sand beaches.  There are no amenities on the island, so be prepared to bring everything you may need with you.

Located offshore from Carrabelle, the island is the eastern-most part of a chain of barrier islands that shelter the Apalachicola Bay and St. George sound.  (Four Islands:  Dog Island, St. George Island, Little St. George Island, & St. Vincent)

The Nature Conservancy owns most of the Island, about 100 residents call it home and appreciate visitors respecting their privacy and property. 

For more information, go to:  http://www.floridiannature.com/DogIslandFlorida.htm

For a bit of history, go to:  http://findingflorida.org/tag/nature-conservancy/

 

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