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. It consists of Franklin County, Gulf County, Jefferson County, and Wakulla County.
- Apalachicola -- the historic heart of the Forgotten coast featuring 200 historic buildings and amazing oysters.
- St Vincent Island -- a long thin sandbar peninsula with one of the top 10 state parks in the US
- St. George -- a tiny town surrounded by a sprinkling of vacation homes and a state park in the dunes on a small island connected by bridge to the mainland
- Eastpoint -- the commercial center of the Forgotten Coast, with a number of restaurants
- Saint Marks -- History and the HuManatee Festival
- Wakulla Springs -- One of the world's deepest and largest freshwater springs.
- Wewahitchka -- Two lovely lakes 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.
- Apalachicola National Forest
- Bald Point State Park is south of Ochlockonee Bay, seven miles southeast of Panacea, in Alligator Point, off U.S. 98. The park has beaches, bicycling, birding, canoeing, fishing, hiking, kayaking, swimming and wildlife viewing.