Horseshoe Beach, Florida

"Old Florida fishing village of days gone by"
Horseshoe Beach Horseshoe Beach is a small fishing village tucked away on Florida's gulf coast. Only about an hour's drive from Chiefland, Horseshoe beach has a laid back feel. You can easily spend the day fishing for sea trout, scallops, grouper and flounder while relaxing in the Florida sun. A few locals are fulltime residents here, weekends and holiday's attract more people interested in the "old Florida" lifestyle.

Settled in the early 1800s, Horseshoe Beach now has the Horseshoe Cafe restaurant, an ice cream shop, and general store. Horseshoe Beach If your looking for a private beach there are several islands just offshore and within kayaking distance.

As you enter Horseshoe Beach from Hwy 351, the entrance sign reads "Welcome to Florida's Last Frontier". Wildlife management areas straddling both sides of Horseshoe Beach give it the "Old Florida" feel where natural undeveloped land and wildlife abound.
Horseshoe Beach