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Get Hooked on Florida’s Forgotten Coast: Enter to Win Our Fishing Adventure Getaway!

By Forgotten Coast Web Team / August 6, 2020

Calling all fishing fanatics: Florida’s Forgotten Coast is open for business, and we’re giving away an unforgettable vacation! Enter to win our fabulous Fishing Adventure Getaway now through September 11, 2020. The winner of this awesome angler’s getaway will receive…

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Franklin County TDC Extends 2020-21 Grant Program Deadline to August 31

By Forgotten Coast Web Team / August 4, 2020

Due to COVID-19 and the complications it may have caused for local Non-Profit Groups to acquire the paperwork to submit for the 20-21 grant applications, the Franklin County Tourism Development Council (FCTDC)  has extended the marketing grant application deadline until…

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Fresh-Air Shopping on Florida’s Forgotten Coast: Shop ‘til You Drop at Our Outdoor Markets!

By Forgotten Coast Web Team / July 31, 2020

To market, to market we go! If you’re in the mood for some fresh air and a shopping spree, Franklin County has got you covered. You’ll discover a variety of exciting outdoor markets across our coastal communities, from Apalachicola to…

hatchling loggerhead makes its way to the water

Tips for Night Beach Walks During Sea Turtle Nesting Season

By Forgotten Coast Web Team / July 29, 2020

Sea Turtles are one of the oldest creatures on earth. They live their whole life in the sea and only come on shore to lay their eggs. We love them and are excited they have chosen our beaches as their…

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COVID-19 Safety Guidelines

By Forgotten Coast Web Team / July 26, 2020

In conjunction with Weems Memorial Hospital, the Franklin County Tourist Development Council has produced a COVID-19 Safety Guideline brochure for visitors. This brochure will inform visitors about CDC guidelines as well as state and local government directives associated with COVID-19.…