Florida's Forgotten Coast Videos
These enlightening videos will take you on a brief tour of each Franklin County museum, including The Raney House Museum, The Orman House Museum, John Gorrie Museum State Park, Carrabelle History Museum and Camp Gordon Johnston WWII Museum, as well as our two historic lighthouses: Cape St. George Light and Crooked River Lighthouse. Discover the rich historical significance of each site and get a glimpse of the unique artifacts, memorabilia and exhibits showcased inside these fascinating museums.
Franklin County is home to art exhibits, music concerts, theater performances, fishing tournaments, festivals and parades year-round that highlight our natural resources, culture and history. Explore some of our most popular events in this exciting video series.
If you’re searching for unique things to do in Florida, look no further than the Forgotten Coast! While our area has a laid-back, friendly and easy-going vibe, there are tons of fun activities and exciting events here for the entire family to enjoy!
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From a quaint beach cottage to a luxurious beachfront villa, Florida's Forgotten Coast offers a variety of places to stay.
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Beach front living, mere steps from the ocean via your own private boardwalk: Breathe Easy is the family-friendly home that will make your vacation holiday special. Upscale furnishings and flat-screen tvs with DVD players are found in the two separate living areas; over 3000 sf means lots of room for extended families. Upstairs, the large, open-house plan includes a living…Learn More
Watch dolphins play from your RV parked directly on the beach. All sites within 250 of the Gulf. Fish from our 250 pier, go shelling, bird watching or just walk your dog on the beach in a quiet setting on Floridas Forgotten Coast. We cater to adults/seniors/no children. Daily, weekly and monthly rates available. Big rig friendly! Free Wi-Fi and…Learn More
Competitively priced, St George Inn is ideal for guests seeking a quiet, peaceful getaway on a beautiful barrier island. This quaint, old southern style inn, is just a few steps from one of America’s top 10 rated beaches with pristine white sand and crystal clear water. Comfortable accommodations with individually appointed rooms and suites, the inn is within walking distance…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
The Carrabelle History Museum is thrilled to announce that this exhibit is being extended thru January 31!! Christmas Eve will mark the 139th anniversary of the official creation of the Town of Carrabelle. The incorporation of Carrabelle was officially recorded on Christmas Eve in 1881 by Franklin County. In honor…Learn More
Camp Gordon Johnston WWII Museum in Carrabelle is presenting a special exhibit for the month of January on the War Crime Trials of German military and government members, of which the Nuremberg Trials are the most well known. This exhibit will open Friday, January 1, 2021 at 11 am and…Learn More
Full Moon Climb Carrabelle
The Crooked River Lighthouse will be hosting a Full Moon Lighthouse Climb on Thursday, January 28, 2021 from 6:00-8:00 pm in Carrabelle, FL. Visitors can enjoy this opportunity to see the gorgeous natural surroundings of the St. George Sound and Carrabelle Beach under the evening sky. The December Full Moon…Learn More
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Follow local guides as they share their tips for how to make the most of your stay on the Forgotten Coast.
There’s no reason you have to forego your yoga routine, spin class, or miss out on going to the gym while you are on this…Read More