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Experience life differently near the lighthouse

Wakulla County is an outdoor paradise whether you're into kayaking, biking, hiking, fishing or a whole host of other fun activities.

Take a Water Tour

A fun and relaxing way to learn about the Wonders of Wakulla.

Beautiful Sunsets

End your day with a spectacular sunset!
Wakulla Springs St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge Wildlife Watching Gulf Specimen Marine Laboratory Kayaking & Canoeing Hunting & Fishing

Explore the Wonders of Wakulla

Wakulla Springs

The crystal clear water comes bubbling up from an incredible depth of 185 feet at amazing average rate of 250 million gallons per day. The first magnitude Wakulla Springs is one of the largest and deepest freshwater springs in the world.

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St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge Wildlife Watching

A premier nature location, the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge, encompasses 68,000 acres of protected habitats and ecosystems, providing incredible opportunity for exceptional views of birds and wildlife.

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Gulf Specimen Marine Laboratory

Get an up-close view of local marine life at this friendly non-profit aquarium that boasts the largest array of touch tanks in the continental United States.

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Kayaking & Canoeing

Probably the best way to explore our many rivers, streams, creeks and coastline is up close and personal in a kayak, canoe or paddleboard. Local outfitters can provide you with all the equipment and gear that you need and friendly guides to show you the way.

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Hunting & Fishing

Whether you enjoy your time on the water or in the woods, Wakulla will reward the active sportsman with world class seafood or the next trophy above the mantle. Every outdoor adventure is a lifetime memory.

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Freshwater Fishing Opportunities Abound Throughout Wakulla County

Freshwater Fishing Opportunities Abound Throughout Wakulla County

Seeing as it’s home to one of the most diverse aquatic ecosystems in North America, it shouldn’t be any surprise that Wakulla County is a paradise when it comes to freshwater fishing. The St. Marks and Wakulla rivers, which were important supply routes throughout the early history of the southeastern United States, remain healthy and vibrant today. Small streams are also common in the lush forests in Wakulla County, and it wouldn’t be Florida without an abundance of calm lakes to fish on.

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Wakulla Springs Mentioned in New York Times

This past week, our own Wakulla Springs was mentioned in an article in the New York times, as a great place to "Wash away winter!"

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