No place in Englewood can be described as more historical than Stump Pass.
It is through this opening that the town’s first known permanent settlers, the Goffs, came. Before roads were cut out of the dense vegetation, small sailing ships came through the pass with supplies, mail and word from the outside world. For commercial fishermen, the pass was the link between the bay and the Gulf.
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