Discover Florida's Forgotten Coast
Apalachicola, Alligator Point, Carrabelle, St. George Island & Eastpoint
Explore Apalachicola’s extensive history, discover unique boutiques and art galleries. In Eastpoint enjoy fresh Apalachicola Bay seafood in area restaurants and watch fishing boats unload their catch along an authentic working waterfront. In Carrabelle, play golf on a championship course, plan an unforgettable fishing trip or visit a museum. St. George Island is the premier Florida beach destination and is home to one of America’s Top Ten beaches. Nature enthusiasts flock to Alligator Point beaches for bird watching and seclusion.
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St. George Island Home: (top picture to the left) This BRAND NEW house is built just for the beach. With 3 bedrooms and two baths this beach house sleeps up to 9 people. Well behaved dogs are welcome. All the ammenities come with this comfortable home including: Great view of the Gulf of Mexico; wifi; cable TV including the “Big…Learn More
49 Palmetto is located within the designated historic district in beautiful Apalachicola, Florida. It is situated just 2 blocks from the Apalachicola River and the town center and is within easy walking distance to all this quaint, hip town has to offer. Located at the confluence of the Apalachicola River and the bountiful Apalachicola Bay, the small seaside city of…Learn More
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Discover the Forgotten Coast's authentic, Old Florida charm at more than 100 annual events and festivals, that highlight our natural resources, culture and history. Click here to see all events
Florida Seafood... Apalachicola
Come celebrate Florida Seafood at Florida’s oldest maritime festival. This two-day celebration offers the best in fresh quality seafood that annually draws thousands of visitors to the historic town of Apalachicola. The Festival is held at the mouth of the Apalachicola river under the shady oaks of Apalachicola’s Battery Park. The…Learn More
Apalach Chalk Art... Apalachicola
HCA will host the first annual Apalach Chalk Art Festival at Riverfront Park. Participants will create an artistic rendition of the festival’s theme “Ocean Treasures” on a 5’x5’ square of concrete sidewalk at Riverfront Park. Each participant will pay $5 for a bundle of chalk and a square of the…Learn More
The Apalachicola Bay Chamber of Commerce Presents the Apalachicola Christmas Celebration. The historic town of Apalachicola lights up the Day after Thanksgiving from 4- 8pm. The streets will be lined with luminaries and filled with holiday spirit. Merchants will be open late and the sounds of carolers will echo through…Learn More
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It’s Fall, y’all—but it still feels like summer Florida’s Forgotten Coast! Halloween and Thanksgiving are right around the corner, but…Read More