With so many things to see and do in Wakulla, you will want your own copy of our classic Visitors Guide to plan your best vacation yet — packed with activities, events, and adventures.
Discover why Wakulla should be at the top of your birdwatching list. With verified counts of over 300 migratory and nesting birds, this rich ecosystem is the ideal spot for birding enthusiasts anywhere.
Wakulla may be known as an outdoor paradise, but it is also a paradise for foodies from all over the world with dozens of unique local restaurants that specialize in many different types of cuisine.
Spring holds a special place in the hearts of many as the early morning temperatures warm, plants and animals spring to back to activity, and the waters become perfect for boating and fishing.
Whether you’re attending one of our family-friendly community festivals, immersing yourself in nature, or taking a dip in the water, a memorable summer in Wakulla is waiting for you.
Whether you’re looking for quiet sightseeing, thrilling outdoor adventures, or special festivals, this is your go-to guide for all of the exciting things happening in Wakulla during the winter months.
During scalloping season, locals and visitors come to the bay area to charter boats, enjoy the gulf breeze, and gather scallops. The 2019 scalloping season for the shores of Wakulla County is open from July 1 to September 24, 2019.
Take a scenic bicycle ride through some of Wakulla’s most picturesque trails. From the quaint 0.5-mile Plum Orchard Trail to the 14.4-mile Tallahassee to St. Marks Historic State Trail, Wakulla is home to trails for cyclists of all levels.
The leaves may be changing colors, but Wakulla County stays beautiful! Visit Wakulla in the fall to experience some of the most popular festivals and see season specific flora and fauna in the cool, crisp, autumn air.