Indian Pass road has been closed to residents and authorities are encouraging residents to use Painted Pony, a private community near the campground. The road has been overflowing from the pass and seagulls have made their home on the side of the roadway.
Tropical Storm Debby is taking it's toll on Gulf County.
"Usually when we have a tropical system come through it usually comes up, but this is kind of high right now," said Jim McNiell.
McNiell says he's lived in Gulf County for fifty-five years and the last time he saw flooding like this was over 5 years ago.
"It was probably in 2005 when Dennis came by," said McNeill. "It got pretty bad. We had 5 foot of water in the store then."
Down the road Cape San Blas is getting blasted with their fair share of rain. Construction is still underway to rebuild a rock wall that lines a part of the road leading into the cape. A road that is the only access to the area.
"This is the very reason we are doing this project in the first place," said Commissioner Warren Yeager of Gulf County. "We have got to have these larger rocks to protect this roadway. This is the only access to Cape San Blas so we have got to fix that.
Franklin County has declared a local state of emergency. The St. George Island bridge and Apalachicola bridges are closed.
"They're usually three feet above and that's all under water right now," said Apalachicola resident Charlie Williamson.
Citizens in Franklin County Are feeling the affects and have witnessed a change of scenery in their own back yards.
"So this is no longer dry land," said Williamson. "Its a lake."