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Spring Birding at Its Finest in Wakulla County

Spring Birding at Its Finest in Wakulla County

written by Visit Wakulla

In spring, Wakulla County offers the opportunity to view a diverse array of returning neotropical migrants in fresh breeding plumage and find resident birds already singing on territory.

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Wakulla County Wildlife Festival 2017

Wakulla County Wildlife Festival 2017

written by Visit Wakulla

Join us as we celebrate the area's wildlife at our annual Wakulla Wildlife Festival on Saturday, April 15th at Wakulla Springs State Park. We take great pride in this event that features art from local students, exciting tours, live music, plenty of children's activities, and so much more! We've got fun for the entire family at this event, so load up the car and come on down for a day of fun and celebration.

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High Levels of Fun at the Low Country Boil

High Levels of Fun at the Low Country Boil

written by Visit Wakulla

Each year, Wakulla County proudly hosts the Low Country Boil event, a celebration of delicious food and great live music. People travel from far and wide to experience this incredible event that's fun for the entire family. Tickets are on sale now, but they sell out early, so don't delay in purchasing yours today!

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Come On Down To The 2017 Sopchoppy Worm Gruntin’ Festival

Come On Down To The 2017 Sopchoppy Worm Gruntin’ Festival

written by Visit Wakulla

Spring is here, which can only mean that it’s once again time for the annual Sopchoppy Worm Gruntin’ Festival! This local favorite will take place on Saturday, April 8 in beautiful downtown Sopchoppy. Whether worm gruntin’ runs in your blood or you’ve never heard of it before, it’s sure to be an event to remember.

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Black History Month Takes Center Stage At The 2017 African-American Heritage Celebration

Black History Month Takes Center Stage At The 2017 African-American Heritage Celebration

written by Visit Wakulla

Every February, in conjunction with Black History Month, residents and guests of Wakulla County gather to celebrate African-American culture. This year’s event is shaping up to be the best yet! The 2017 African American Heritage Celebration will take place on February 17 from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM in the town of Crawfordville.

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Wakulla County is Gearing Up for Valentine’s Day Celebration

Wakulla County is Gearing Up for Valentine’s Day Celebration

written by Visit Wakulla

The 19th annual Wakulla County Valentine’s Day Celebration is just around the corner! It doesn’t matter if you’re in a relationship or single and ready-to-mingle, grab your friends and family on February 11th and head to downtown Crawfordville to honor the day with the Wakulla County community.

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Enjoy Primitive History at Knapfest

Enjoy Primitive History at Knapfest

written by Visit Wakulla

It is once again time for one of Wakulla’s most interesting festivals, Knapfest! Celebrating its 10th year, Knapfest is the primitive arts and Stone Age festival that preserves the lost traditions and skills of the Stone Age period. The event runs from February 24th to 26th and will be from 8 am until 4 pm each day. For $4 per vehicle at the Ochlockonee River State Park, you and your friends and family can come learn how primitive man hunted, created weapons, and made clothes as well as enjoy watching various competitions.

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A Visitor's View of Wakulla County

A Visitor's View of Wakulla County

written by Visit Wakulla

Although I live in the city, I spend a lot of time outdoors studying birds and wildlife, and I realized a few years ago that Wakulla County is one of the best places in Florida to do this. So, last Friday a friend of mine and I decided to visit the area, and we weren’t disappointed.

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Connect With Nature At The St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge Wildlife Heritage And Outdoor Festival

Connect With Nature At The St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge Wildlife Heritage And Outdoor Festival

written by Visit Wakulla

On February 4, 2017 the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge once again hosts the amazing Wildlife Heritage and Outdoor Festival. The event runs from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM, and it will feature a dazzling array of displays, activities, and entertainment.

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2016 Wakulla County Recap

2016 Wakulla County Recap

written by Visit Wakulla

We had a wonderful time in Wakulla County this year. In case you weren’t able to attend some of our events, here’s a quick recap of several of the great events that took place:

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Tips for Winter Birding in Wakulla from Local Expert Don Morrow

Tips for Winter Birding in Wakulla from Local Expert Don Morrow

written by Visit Wakulla

In a region filled with opportunities for outdoor recreation, Wakulla County stands out, especially in the winter. If you are a birder and hiker like me, there are many opportunities for viewing a wide variety of species this time of year. The best locations include the Ochlocknee River or Wakulla Springs State Park, the beach at Mashes Sands or my personal favorite, St Marks National Wildlife Refuge. Each has its advantages, each is different and each is worth a visit during the winter season.

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Christmas in Wakulla - 2016

Christmas in Wakulla - 2016

written by Visit Wakulla

The holiday season is in full swing in Wakulla County! With the weather getting cooler, now is a great time to visit Wakulla, especially to take part in our end of year events. From spending time shopping in a Florida snow flurry, to meeting Santa Claus, and even hiking in the beautiful outdoors, Wakulla has a little bit of something for everyone to celebrate the holidays this year.

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Florida Recipes to Celebrate Seafood Month

Florida Recipes to Celebrate Seafood Month

written by Visit Wakulla

October is National Seafood Month, and Wakulla County is the best place to celebrate, with a wide variety of local recipes to eat great seafood and the ability to buy fresh seafood to take home.

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Gulf, Ghosts, and Goblins: Experience Terrors of the Sea at the Marine Lab

Gulf, Ghosts, and Goblins: Experience Terrors of the Sea at the Marine Lab

written by Visit Wakulla

Celebrate Halloween this year like you’ve never before! On October 27 from 6-9 pm, the Gulf Specimen Marine Lab and Aquarium in Panacea will host Gulf, Ghosts, and Goblins, an event featuring some of the strangest and scariest ocean life members.

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Celebrate Incredible Gulf Seafood At The St. Marks Stone Crab Festival 2016

Celebrate Incredible Gulf Seafood At The St. Marks Stone Crab Festival 2016

written by Visit Wakulla

It’s almost time for stone crab season and St. Marks is throwing the perfect party to celebrate! The 2016 St. Marks Stone Crab Festival will be held on October 22, right in the heart of St. Marks, FL, and thousands of visitors are expected to attend. So bring your entire family and enjoy fresh local seafood and lots of entertainment in the great outdoors of Wakulla County.

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Spending Time Outdoors Benefits Your Mind And Your Body

Spending Time Outdoors Benefits Your Mind And Your Body

written by Visit Wakulla

Are you spending enough time outdoors? If you’re like most Americans, the answer is probably no. The acceleration of technology has brought many amazing benefits to humanity, but one of the downsides is that it has made it exceedingly easy to spend most of our time inside our houses and offices.

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A Wonder of Wakulla: George Griffin Pottery

A Wonder of Wakulla: George Griffin Pottery

written by Visit Wakulla

The George Griffin Pottery, of the gorgeous Wakulla County in Florida, is more than your stereotypical, quaint, pottery shop. Griffin’s shop is no average store located off a mediocre city street – it’s practically out of a storybook!

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Help Keep Wakulla County Beautiful By Participating In The 2016 Coastal Cleanup

Help Keep Wakulla County Beautiful By Participating In The 2016 Coastal Cleanup

written by Visit Wakulla

If you believe in the importance of preserving the natural beauty of Wakulla County’s beaches and coastline, then join with other passionate volunteers for the 2016 Coastal Cleanup and help ensure that future generations have access to a remarkable and diverse marine ecosystem.

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2nd Annual Wings and Wheels Fly-In Festival

2nd Annual Wings and Wheels Fly-In Festival

written by Visit Wakulla

Whether your vehicle of choice races across the asphalt or soars through the sky, it’s time to start your engines and get ready for the 2nd Annual Wings & Wheels Fly-In in beautiful Wakulla County!
The inaugural edition in 2015 was a huge success, and this year’s event will bring even more fun for gearheads, seasoned pilots, and even casual admirers. The 2nd Annual Wings & Wheels Fly-In will be held on September 17, 2016, from 10:00 am until 3:00 pm at the Wakulla County Airport 2J0, and it’s free for the whole family. So don’t forget to save a spot on your calendar for this unique event!

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Experience Wakulla County on the Big Bend Scenic Byway

Experience Wakulla County on the Big Bend Scenic Byway

written by Visit Wakulla

Cutting through the diverse and beautiful north Florida landscape, the Big Bend Scenic Byway is the perfect way to see many of the sights that make Wakulla County such a dynamic natural habitat. This 220-mile highway traverses a variety of different thriving ecosystems, and much of the road lies within the limits of Wakulla County itself.

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Amazing Options for Cycling in Wakulla County

Amazing Options for Cycling in Wakulla County

written by Visit Wakulla

Cyclists know that experiencing a place from the seat of your bike provides a thrill unlike any other. This is certainly true in Wakulla County, where dozens of different trails and roads are bicycle-friendly. Imagine cycling by unique marshes and tidal creeks nestled directly along the coast, or experiencing the unique beauty of the Florida National Scenic Trail.

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A Local’s Recipe: Wakulla County Gumbo

A Local’s Recipe: Wakulla County Gumbo

written by Visit Wakulla

When people hear “gumbo” they typically think of Louisiana instead of Florida. While the distinctive meat and seafood stew did grow out of the cajun and creole cuisines that dominate the Bayou State, gumbo is actually an important part of the culture for many communities that dot the American gulf coast, and Wakulla County is no exception.

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Scalloping in Wakulla County - 2016 Season Information

Scalloping in Wakulla County - 2016 Season Information

written by Visit Wakulla

Scalloping in the bay waters is one of the most beloved summer traditions in Wakulla County for residents and visitors alike! The vast shallow grass beds near the water create an inviting habitat for sweet, succulent bay scallops, and while you’re out there trying to harvest them you have the added benefit of taking in the incredible scenery of Wakulla County in all its summer glory. This year, the scalloping season lasts from Saturday, June 25 until Saturday, September 24, so you have three whole months to test your skills in our spectacular waters.

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The Gulf Specimen Marine Laboratory: An Aquatic Wonderland

The Gulf Specimen Marine Laboratory: An Aquatic Wonderland

written by Visit Wakulla

With its expansive coastline nestled directly against the Gulf of Mexico, and its cavalcade of rivers, streams, and lakes that dot the landscape, it’s easy to see why the Gulf Specimen Marine Laboratory is right at home in Wakulla County. This unique institution has been a part of the community since its founding in 1963, and it has expanded over the years to include numerous opportunities for everyone from students, teachers, and families to connect with the incredible variety of aquatic life on Florida’s Gulf coast.

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Show Your American Pride At The 2016 Sopchoppy 4th of July Celebration

Show Your American Pride At The 2016 Sopchoppy 4th of July Celebration

written by Visit Wakulla

From the spectacle of the Americana Parade in mid-morning to when the final firework explodes in the night sky, the annual Sopchpppy 4th of July Celebration is one of Wakulla County’s most beloved traditions. Come share in the fun this year on Independence Day itself beginning at 10 a.m.

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Freshwater Fishing Opportunities Abound Throughout Wakulla County

Freshwater Fishing Opportunities Abound Throughout Wakulla County

written by Visit Wakulla

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 County Is The Perfect Place For Family-Friendly Outdoor Activities

Wakulla County Is The Perfect Place For Family-Friendly Outdoor Activities

written by Visit Wakulla

Studies have shown spending ample time outside is a crucial part of childhood development. It can help increase the focus in children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), improve creativity and cognitive ability, and reduce stress.

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St. Marks Lighthouse: The Past, Present, And Future Of Wakulla County

St. Marks Lighthouse: The Past, Present, And Future Of Wakulla County

written by Visit Wakulla

There’s just something about lighthouses that inspire us to dream big and consider all of life’s possibilities. Perhaps it’s because they are located where the land meets the sea, standing as a beacon for those who are willing to traverse the globe. Whatever the case may be, one of the most historic and beautiful lighthouses in Florida, the St. Marks Lighthouse, is located right here in Wakulla County.

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Gag Grouper Season Opens April-June

Gag Grouper Season Opens April-June

written by Visit Wakulla

Anglers who have been waiting all winter long to get back on the water and catch some grouper can finally rejoice: gag grouper season is open once again in Wakulla County from April 1 - June 30!

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Panacea Blue Crab Festival

Panacea Blue Crab Festival

written by Visit Wakulla

What’s better than seafood, live entertainment, and beautiful spring weather at the Panacea Blue Crab Festival? The festival has now been going strong for 42 years, and the 2016 Blue Crab Festival will be held on May 7 on the Woolley Park waterfront at Dickerson Bay.

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4th Annual Big Bend Kayak Classic

4th Annual Big Bend Kayak Classic

written by Visit Wakulla

For the past four years, the Big Bend Kayak Classic has been an opportunity for anglers to fish in the picturesque waters of Wakulla County rivers while benefitting a good cause. The 4th annual Big Bend Kayak Classic is quickly approaching, and will be held on May 6-7 in downtown St. Marks.

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8th Annual Rock The Dock Fishing Tournament

8th Annual Rock The Dock Fishing Tournament

written by Visit Wakulla

Sport fishing action doesn’t get any more exciting than the Rock the Dock Fishing Tournament, which is returning to Panacea for its 8th annual edition. The 2016 Rock the Dock Fishing Tournament will be held on the Rock Landing Dock Stage in Panacea from April 23-24.

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The Annual Sopchoppy Worm Gruntin’ Festival

The Annual Sopchoppy Worm Gruntin’ Festival

written by Visit Wakulla

The arrival of April means that the annual Sopchoppy Worm Gruntin’ Festival is coming soon! The 16th iteration of this unique event that draws families from all across the region will be held on April 9 in downtown Sopchoppy.

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The Lion’s Club St. Patrick’s Day Festival

The Lion’s Club St. Patrick’s Day Festival

written by Visit Wakulla

Ireland may be a relatively small country, but each year, St. Patrick’s Day reminds us of the important influences its citizens have had on the world, and it allows us to celebrate with renowned Irish hospitality.

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2016 Wakulla Wildlife Festival

2016 Wakulla Wildlife Festival

written by Visit Wakulla

While every distinct season showcases the unique charms of Wakulla Springs State Park, spring is the park’s true chance to shine. It’s also a perfect time for the annual Wakulla Wildlife Festival, which will take place on April 16, 2016 at Wakulla Springs State Park.

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The River Bassin’ Tournament Trail

The River Bassin’ Tournament Trail

written by Visit Wakulla

Spring is just around the corner and the fish are beginning to bite, so it’s the perfect time to take the opportunity to show off your angling skills and enjoy the spectacular Wakulla County scenery at the 2016 River Bassin' Tournament.

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Join a Ranger-Led Bicycle Tour of Wakulla Springs State Park

Join a Ranger-Led Bicycle Tour of Wakulla Springs State Park

written by Visit Wakulla

Get outside and on your bike to start the new year off right. Plan to join a ranger-led bicycle tour of Wakulla Springs State Park in beautiful Wakulla Springs, Florida. Adventure, exercise, beautiful scenery, and natural wildlife await for you on this six-mile round trip bike tour.

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St. Marks National Reserve Wildlife, Heritage, & Outdoor Festival

St. Marks National Reserve Wildlife, Heritage, & Outdoor Festival

written by Visit Wakulla

If you’re looking for plans for this weekend, make it over to Wakulla County for the St. Marks National Wildlife Reserve “WHO” Wildlife Heritage and Outdoor Festival! There will be fun hands-on activities for visitors of all ages.

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Morning Nature Walk at Wakulla Springs State Park

Morning Nature Walk at Wakulla Springs State Park

written by Visit Wakulla

If you’re looking for a beautiful place to enjoy nature, come to Florida’s Wakulla Springs State Park. Located south of Tallahassee, Wakulla Springs has 6,000 acres of beautiful Florida natural areas to explore and see wildlife.

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Experience Knapfest - The Ninth Annual Stone Age and Primitive Arts Festival

Experience Knapfest - The Ninth Annual Stone Age and Primitive Arts Festival

written by Visit Wakulla

Knapfest is an experience like no other - combining the elements of your traditional festival while also learning the education on the tools and life of early man.

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Exploring Fort San Marcos de Apalache

Exploring Fort San Marcos de Apalache

written by Visit Wakulla

When visiting the Gulf Coast this year, be sure to include Fort San Marcos de Apalache State Park on their travel itineraries - especially if you are a history buff!

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Free Trees at Arbor Day Festival

Free Trees at Arbor Day Festival

written by Visit Wakulla

Planting a tree this Arbor Day weekend just got a lot easier for residents of Wakulla County! Thanks to the Iris Garden Club and the National Wildlife Federation (NWF), there will be a free tree giveaway event at Hudson Park on Saturday, January 16 at 10:00am. This is the 14th annual Crawford Arbor Day celebration and tree giveaway. Get all the details for participants and vendors below!

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Celebrate Christmas in Wakulla County!

Celebrate Christmas in Wakulla County!

written by Visit Wakulla

New York City may have the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree and the Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular, but north Florida’s gulf coast knows how to put on a Christmas celebration that can rival any other.

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Wakulla County's Tots on Trails Events

Wakulla County's Tots on Trails Events

written by Visit Wakulla

Tots on Trails is a fantastic 45 minute activity offered in Wakulla County twice a month for children ages 1-4. The class boasts a short hike and various activities to get your toddler out in nature with other children their age.

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FWMA Hearts Gone Wild Music Festival Lights Up the Stage for a Great Cause November 21st

FWMA Hearts Gone Wild Music Festival Lights Up the Stage for a Great Cause November 21st

written by Visit Wakulla

If you've never attended the FWMA Hearts Gone Wild annual music festival, you don't want to miss out. Not only does it benefit a fantastic cause, but it's an exceptionally fun event. The event is an all day affair on November 21. The gates open at noon and the day ends at 8pm. There is a $10 per person fee to enter and the silent auction tables are open from noon until 5pm.

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The Lodge At Wakulla Springs Gets Spooky With The Black Lagoon Ball

The Lodge At Wakulla Springs Gets Spooky With The Black Lagoon Ball

written by Visit Wakulla

Get into the spooky spirit just before All Hallows Eve at the Black Lagoon Ball, hosted by the Lodge at Wakulla Springs! It’s the perfect time of year to get into the Halloween spirit, and what better way to celebrate than taking in a classic horror film and dancing until the spirits come out to play.

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St. Mark’s National Wildlife Refuge 2015 Monarch Butterfly Festival

St. Mark’s National Wildlife Refuge 2015 Monarch Butterfly Festival

written by Visit Wakulla

There are few sights more invigorating than witnessing the migration of wild monarch butterflies, which is why the St. Mark’s National Wildlife Refuge is once again organizing its annual Monarch Butterfly Festival! This year, the Monarch Butterfly Festival will be held on Saturday, October 24 from 10:00 AM until 4:00 PM.

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Sharks and Chablis: An Event Not To Be Missed

Sharks and Chablis: An Event Not To Be Missed

written by Visit Wakulla

It’s time to once again get excited for the upcoming “Sharks and Chablis,” benefitting the Gulf Specimen Marine Lab and Aquarium! This year, the sixth annual installment of this incredible event will take place on Sunday, October 18 from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM at the Gulf Specimen in Panacea.

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Experience A Birder’s Paradise In Wakulla County

Experience A Birder’s Paradise In Wakulla County

written by Visit Wakulla

The stunning, white sand beaches and abundant sea life of the Florida gulf coast garner plenty of praise, and they deserve every bit of it. What’s less well-known is that Wakulla County, Florida is heaven on earth for amateur bird watchers and master ornithologists alike.

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St. Marks Stone Crab Festival

St. Marks Stone Crab Festival

written by Visit Wakulla

If haven't made plans to go to the St. Marks Stone Crab Festival, it's time to block off that weekend! This year's festival is expected to be better than ever!

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Don’t Miss These Incredible Wakulla County Attractions

Don’t Miss These Incredible Wakulla County Attractions

written by Visit Wakulla

Everyone knows that Florida is famous for sunshine and beautiful nature, but why stop there when you could get off the beaten path and explore historic Wakulla County. Our area is as rich in nature as it is in history. Discover a more natural section of sunny Florida and set out for Wakulla County, your gateway to enriching historical sites, quaint lighthouses, and stunning natural scenery.

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1st Annual Wings & Wheels Fly-In

1st Annual Wings & Wheels Fly-In

written by Visit Wakulla

Something exciting is starting up in Wakulla County! The County Airport will be hosting the 1st Annual Wings & Wheels Fly-In event on September 19th. From skydivers to free plane rides, classic cars to live music, this event has all the hallmarks of a huge success for the local community. It is a great place for people of all ages to have a great time. Here’s what you need to know about this exciting event:

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Insider Tips for Tarpon Fishing

Insider Tips for Tarpon Fishing

written by Visit Wakulla

For anglers, the Tarpon is one of the most exciting kinds of fish to go after. Because Wakulla County is one of the best places to find them, we have put together some tips from local Tarpon fisherman, Bernie Sloan.

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Tarpon Fishing in Wakulla County

Tarpon Fishing in Wakulla County

written by Visit Wakulla

The Tarpon (megalops atlanticus) is one of the most exciting game animals in the world. The thrill of having a 5 foot, 100 pound fish come rocketing out of the water in a spectacular series of leaps is an experience no angler ever forgets. Making this event even more thrilling is that often the strike is quite near the shore, sometimes with pine trees in the background. Having an animal this large, this beautiful, and this violent strike your bait in shallow water is stunning.

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Kayak Wakulla - Ideal for Nature Lovers

Kayak Wakulla - Ideal for Nature Lovers

written by Visit Wakulla

Summer is in full swing, and with it comes perfect kayaking weather. Whether you enjoy kayak fishing or relaxing along one of the many rivers in the area, you will find your perfect adventure in the heart of nature in Wakulla County. We’ve put together some handy tips to make sure your next kayaking getaway is a success.

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The Rivers & Beaches of Wakulla County

The Rivers & Beaches of Wakulla County

written by Visit Wakulla

Situated on the Gulf Coast is one of Florida’s best hidden treasures. The rivers and beaches of Wakulla County provide an abundance relaxing and adventurous activities, including boating, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, scalloping, and snorkeling. The pristine and natural water makes for one of the best destinations for any kind of vacation.

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Scalloping Season in Wakulla County

Scalloping Season in Wakulla County

written by Visit Wakulla

It’s that time of year again - scalloping season - and there is no better place to get some sun and search for your scallops than in Wakulla County. From June 27th to September 24th, locals and visitors come to the bay area to charter boats, enjoy the gulf breeze, and gather scallops. To help our local and visiting scallop hunters, we’ve put together some tips and things to remember, so you have a safe and productive trip on the water.

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Lari White and Friends Wakulla Homecoming

Lari White and Friends Wakulla Homecoming

written by Chuck Robinson

ABC 27 WTXL-TV has partnered with the Wakulla County Historical Society to present Lari White and Friends Wakulla Homecoming: A Heritage Event featuring Lari White, Chuck Cannon, Bryan Edwards, Rick Ott, Lindsay Sparkman, and Jerry Evans on Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 7:00 PM in the auditorium of Wakulla High School, 3237 Coastal Highway, Crawfordville, Florida. The concert is A From the Heart Studio Concert Production.

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St. Marks NWR Birding Update

St. Marks NWR Birding Update

written by David Moody

I logged 88 species, including 18 species of waterfowl, during a five-hour morning recon for Saturday's Wildlife Tour at St. Marks.

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26th Annual Monarch Butterfly Festival

26th Annual Monarch Butterfly Festival

written by US Fish & Wildlife Service

Visitors will be able to watch the tagging process at our 26th annual Monarch Butterfly Festival on Saturday, October 25, 2014, from 10 am – 4 pm.

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2014 Saint Marks Stone Crab Festival

2014 Saint Marks Stone Crab Festival

written by Visit Wakulla

On Saturday,October 25, 2014, the St. Marks Stone Crab Festival will be held in the center of historic St. Marks

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Interested In Kayak Fishing?

Interested In Kayak Fishing?

written by Tommy Thompson

NaturalNorthFlorida.com's Tommy Thompson recently visited Wakulla with several other outdoor travel writers for a kayak fishing adventure.

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Famously Fresh Seafood

Famously Fresh Seafood

written by Herb Donaldson

For decades, there has been no better way to describe the many delights of Wakulla County’s seafood than ‘famously fresh’.

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Wakulla's Working Waterfronts

Wakulla's Working Waterfronts

written by Herb Donaldson

It’s an exciting time for Wakulla’s Working Waterfronts Photo Project.

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