Located near the water, The Fisherman's Wife offers great seafood and a variety of other foods.
Brand new, pet friendly and accessible.
Wakulla Springs is internationally known as one of the largest and deepest freshwater springs in the world and the park is host to an abundance of wildlife, including White-Tailed Deer, Alligators, Suwannee River Cooters, Manatees, Wood Ducks, Anhinga, Yellow-Crowned Night Herons, other birds, and snakes. A nature trail offers a leisurely walk along the upland wooded areas of the park.
Daily guided riverboat tours provide a close encounter with wildlife and glass-bottom boat tours are offered when the water is exceptionally clear. Swimming is a popular activity during the hot summer months but the water temperature remains a constant 69 degrees year-round.
The Wakulla Springs Lodge was built in 1937 by financier Edward Ball and is open year-round. Wakulla Springs State Park and Lodge is listed on the Natural Register of Historic Places and is designated as a National Natural Landmark.
Nestled among trees in St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge, this low-key, family-run resort set along the Wakulla River is a mile from San Marcos de Apalache Historic State Park.
This straightforward beachfront hotel is a 3-minute walk from the St. George Island Lighthouse.
Today, the Coombs Inn & Suites is a luxurious Florida Inn consisting of three Victorian Mansions offering romantic accommodations near St. George Island, and an alternative to typical Florida hotels.
In addition to luxurious suites, the hotel provides numerous amenities and services for all guests. Accessible entry to swimming pool.