3105 Coastal Hwy
Crawfordville, Florida 32327
Crawfordville is the central hub for operation of Wakulla county. Just south of Tallahassee, Florida’s Capital City, Crawfordville sits on the border of the Apalachicalo National Forest. Covering 564,96 acres, it is Florida’s largest forest.
Within the county of Wakulla there are four major rivers. The St Marks and Wakulla Rivers to the east, and the Sopchoppy and Ochlockonee Rivers to the west. The source of the Wakulla River is Wakulla Springs. This Spring is one of the world’s deepest. It produces 600,000 gallons of water per minute.
These rivers played an important part in the area’s history. The Apalachee Indians settled along the river banks where fish were in abundance. Along the banks of the St Marks River, early settlers flourished from cotton transportation and sawmills. Today, you can still visit the Fort Gadsden outpost along the Apalacicloa River, which dates back to the War of 1812.
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