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Camp Gordan Johnston WWII Black and White Photos

Special Exhibit: Operation Market Garden, Open through October 31

By Forgotten Coast Web Team / September 11, 2020

Camp Gordon Johnston WWII Museum in Carrabelle is excited to announce a special exhibit – Operation Market Garden. This temporary exhibit on Operation Market Garden will be on display only until October 31, 2020 at 5 pm. In addition, the…

Butterfly in Florida's Forgotten Coast

Visit Franklin County This Fall and Witness the Monarch Migration Marvel!

By Forgotten Coast Web Team / September 11, 2020

A unique experience is waiting for you at the Forgotten Coast this fall.  The monarch migration is one of the most scientifically puzzling and curious experiences in Franklin County.  It’s a bucket list “must-see” item for butterfly lovers, entomologists, and…

Family enjoying stay at Coastline RV Resort in Eastpoint

3 Reasons to RV Camp at the Forgotten Coast This Fall

By Forgotten Coast Web Team / September 4, 2020

Are you feeling uncertain about traveling these days?  RV camping in the Forgotten Coast might be the answer.  A trip to Franklin County entails a leisurely, beautiful drive, various praiseworthy choices of places to camp, and cooler temperatures to boot. …

Carrabelle Turtle Crawl Event

Enjoy Outdoor Music, Art, Food & Fun at the Carrabelle Culture Crawl

By Forgotten Coast Web Team / August 28, 2020

Looking for some family-friendly outdoor fun? Come on down for the Carrabelle Culture Crawl, Saturday, September 5th from 10 am to 3 pm! Hosted by the Carrabelle History Museum, this FREE event will feature socially-distanced outdoor activities, including live music,…

St. George Island State Park

Out of This World: Discover Stunning Stargazing on St. George Island

By Forgotten Coast Web Team / August 20, 2020

Located on the quiet eastern end of the panhandle, St. George Island boasts some of the most pristine, uncrowded beaches in the Sunshine State. Thanks to an absence of nighttime light pollution, this tranquil barrier island in the Gulf of…