Forgotten Coast

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The Forgotten Coast is a coastal stretch of the Florida Panhandle so named for being left out of Florida tourism promotions for several years in a row.



  • Apalachicola -- the historic Heart of the Forgotten coast featuring 200 historic buildings and amazing oysters.
  • Carrabelle -- Home of the "World's Smallest Police Station" - it's in a phone booth.
  • St Vincent Island -- a long thin sandbar peninsula with one of the top 10 state parks in the US
  • St. George -- a small island connected by bridge to the mainland, St. George is a tiny town surrounded by a sprinkling of vacation homes and a state park in the dunes.
  • Eastpoint -- the commercial center of the Forgotten Coast, with a number of shops and restaurants. Home to the new Franklin County School (K-12)
  • Saint Marks -- History and the HuManatee Festival
  • Wakulla Springs -- One of the world's deepest and largest freshwater springs.
  • Wewahitchka -- Two lovely lakes just a short drive from the coast.
  • Sopchoppy -- A tiny but thriving town a few miles from the coast.
  • Port St Joe -- County seat of Gulf County, good fishing, shopping.

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