Events - For All Annual Events See
March 11th - Camp Gordon Johnston Day there is a parade that starts at 10:30 am on Highway 98 in salute of all military personnel
March 11th - Carrabelle Fly-in
March 16th - Carrabelle Film Festival
April 1st - Low Country Boil Sponsored by Wakulla County Chamber of Commerce. 6-10 pm at 3Y Ranch in Crawfordville
April 6th - FSU Marine Lab Lecture
April 8th - Sopchoppy Worm Gruntin' Festival in downtown Sopchoppy from 7 am to 10 pm
April 8th to 15th - Wild About Wakulla Week
April 14th & 15th - Wakulla Wildlife Festival
April 15th - Apalach Antique & Classic Boat & Car Show
April 21st & 22nd - Carrabelle Riverfront Festival
April 22nd - Forgotten Coast Cruisers Car Show
April 22nd -FSU Marine Lab Open House
April 29th -Tate's Hell Swamp Trip
April 28th, 29th & 30th - Rock the Dock Fishing Tournament located at Woolley Park in Panacea
May 6th & 7th - Big Bend Kayak Classic
May 6th - Panacea Blue Crab Festival is located at Woolley Park in Panacea at 10 am. One of the oldest and longest-running festivals to dot the Wakulla County landscape
May 13th - Free Kid's Fishing Clinic in Woolley Park in Panacea
May 20th - Children's Fishing Tournament Sponsored by the Wakulla County Sheriff's Office held at Woolley Park in Panacea
Be transported to a different time and place as you paddle Apalachee Bay's Ten Maritime Heritage Trails (Click on map for a larger, printable view) . Designed for enthusiasts of all levels, enjoy fishing, wildlife viewing, and photography as you explore one of Florida's last great bays, its inlets, rivers, and springs.
Most trails occur in Wakulla County, between the Waterfront Florida Communities of Panacea in the west and St. Marks in the east and can be completed in 2-3 hours.
Bring your Kayak, canoe or small boat.
Visit Panacea Great Fishing.
Please join us at our next event!