New Johns Pass Bridge
Recently constructed replacing the Old Johns Pass Bridge
Johns Pass Inlet Beach
There is even a beach at Johns Pass.
This is a younger Manatee that swam by on the way to find food.
Also known as a Sea Cow. These animals move slowly but can actually swim up to 30 Miles an hour if need be.
The bridge opens for larger craft, in this case the deep sea fishing charter.
Johns Pass Boardwalk
A great place to spend the afternoon. There is numerous gift shops and outstanding resturants.
Memorial for those Lost at Sea
A very cool memorial that honors the many lives lost at sea. Johns Pass has been a fishing village since the beginning of time, and unfortunately some did not return.
The Board Walk
Restaurant on The Water
The Hut Restaurant on the water where you can eat right next to Johns Pass.
Hop aboard matey!
Historic Johns Pass
View from the bridge. There's a Hooters, and Bubba Gump's along with other great resturaunts that are local favorites.
Sharks Coming out of The Walls
Jet Ski Rentals
Parasailing and Dolphin Cruises
Alligators Walk the Ceilings
One of the few places in Florida where Alligators actually walk on the ceilings.
Great Ice Cream Shop
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