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Discover the natural beauty of Wakulla County… wondrous treasures found only in the unspoiled "other" Florida. Everything here moves to the sounds of softer, quieter music so the rare birds and animals who live here aren't disturbed. Perhaps they'll find you along the banks of the Wakulla River or the marshes surrounding St. Mark's National Wildlife Refuge.

You can bike or hike, canoe or kayak through your adventures in Wakulla County. The area abounds in opportunities for bird watching, photography, fishing, and boating of all kinds.

Come visit our wonderful festivals held in Spring and Fall which celebrate monarch butterflies, blue crabs, worm grunting, Stone Age and Primitive Arts Festival at Ochlockonee River State Park, and the Wakulla Wildlife Festival at Wakulla Springs State Park.

Forgotten Coast Photography by Lou Kellenberger

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