Fun, Food and Festivities in Wonderful Wakulla County, Florida

North Florida’s Wakulla County offers a variety of events, activities and natural wonders to delight even the most discriminating visitor.  To the west, there’s the mouth of the Ochlockonee River, which winds from Georgia to the Gulf of Mexico.  There are coastal villages worth exploring, too.  The settlement at St. Marks and Panacea offers excellent access to the backwaters of the Wakulla and St. Marks River and is the terminus for the Tallahassee-St. Marks Bike Trail.    At Panacea or Newport you’ll find great food (especially seafood!) at Posey’s or Ouzt’s Too.  And at Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park, you’ll see one of the world’s most beautiful first magnitude springs, surrounded by nature and the site of the historic Wakulla Springs Lodge.

Springtime is the perfect time to visit Wakulla County.  Take a look at the offerings for 2017, listed below:

April 1st: Low Country Boil

April 14th: Wakulla Wildlife Festival

May 6th
Panacea Blue Crab Festival

May 6th
Big Bend Kayak Classic

May 13th
Free Kid’s Fishing Tournament
May 20th
Friends of Wakulla Springs 5K Run & 1 Mile Fun Run

May 20th
Children’s Fishing Tournament

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