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On the south side of "The Pass" is John's Pass Marina. Also known as Hubbard's Marina, John's Pass is a perfect place to refuel your boat, get food and supplies or even buy a boat if you need one. Here is where you'll also find John's Pass Village, a small little fishing village that has more than 100 unique shops, and quaint little eateries. There is easy access to a wide variety of water sports and boat trips, either fishing or sight seeing and an 1,100-foot Boardwalk. John's Pass Boardwalk offers you the chance to stroll along with a soda or ice cream cone, or to visit one of the waterfront restaurants or decks for a cool refreshing cocktail. Take a moment to watch for the dolphins, as they are commonly seen playing in the corridor of John's Pass on there way to the Gulf or the Intercostal Waterway. And at the end of the day, stop and watch a breathtaking sunset.

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