Explore the Wonders of Wakulla

Say goodbye to post-vacation exhaustion when you choose Wakulla as your true Florida travel destination.

Wakulla County is the nature lover’s paradise with over 300 confirmed species of migratory and nesting birds; one of the most photographed lighthouses in the country, and maritime pleasures like scalloping, fishing, diving, snorkeling, and more — What’s not to love about Wakulla?

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Sopchoppy Mullet Festival

Looking for something fun to do over the weekend? Make the trip to Sopchoppy for the First Annual Sopchoppy Mullet Festival, November 13. This free festival will be a celebration of the local Mullet community, creative entrepreneurs, local small businesses, and the vibrant community. Sopchoppy is so excited to share its beauty and charm with visitors from all over Florida.

Sixth Annual Trick or Treat Story-Walk

Break out your costumes and candy buckets – the sixth annual Trick or Treat Story-Walk is back and taking place on Saturday, October 30! Hosted by the Wakulla County Public Library and Parks and Recreation, this free event will take place at Azalea and Hudson Parks from 5:30-8:30 p.m.

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