Celebrating 126 Years of The Tallest Lighthouse on The Forgotten Coast

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Carrabelle’s Lantern Fest at Crooked River Lighthouse returns in celebration of 126 years of the tallest lighthouse on the Forgotten Coast! Catch the glow of hundreds of crafted lanterns during the magical event on Saturday, November 27th from 6-10pm. Enjoy delicious foods, music, dance performances and endless activities the whole family will love.

The Crooked River Lighthouse was originally built in 1895 and restored in 2007, making the list of the National Register of Historic Places. The tower has guided timber ships and local fishermen through the pass between Dog Island and St. George Island for centuries.  

The 1895 maritime landmark is celebrated by performances from Irish musicians, Killavil, and talented dancers from The Tallahassee Community College Dance Company. Enjoy a delightful mix of talent, tradition, art and history at the park grounds of Crooked River Lighthouse.


Saturday, November 27th | 6-10PM

$8 for adults, $10 at the door

$2 for children

Free for ages 5 and under

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