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Discover + Learn at the Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve Nature Center

Take a break from the beach to explore the Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve Nature Center! Open since 2011, The Reserve Nature Center features a variety of educational, interactive, and live exhibits designed to help visitors learn more about the Apalachicola River and Bay and the diverse flora and fauna of the Forgotten Coast. Multiple […] Read More

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Grab a Cup of Joe + More at The Joe in Port St. Joe

Located in the heart of downtown Port St. Joe, The Joe is a friendly place to find the boost you need to start your day with a thoughtful selection of organic coffees, teas, and baked goods. Grab a cup with friends or family on the charming outdoor patio! With WIFI available, it’s the perfect spot […] Read More

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April Sales in Review | Forgotten Coast

Property sales remained steady on the Forgotten Coast during the month of April in the key communities of Apalachicola, Cape San Blas/Indian Pass, Carrabelle, Port St. Joe, and St. George Island. There were 68 properties closed during the month with 114 properties currently under contract. St. George Island had the highest number of transactions with […] Read More

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Five Must-See Events in May on the Forgotten Coast

May is the perfect month to get out and about on the Forgotten Coast with beautiful, sunshine filled days and a variety of events to enjoy. From the spooky spring ghost tour in Apalachicola’s Historic Chestnut Street Cemetery to the tasty Tupelo Honey Festival in Wewahitchka, scroll below for five must-see events on the Forgotten […] Read More

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A Secluded Beach Lovers Retreat | SummerCamp Beach

Imagine balmy Florida evenings spent chasing the elusive ghost crabs on the sand, the only other “creature” you may encounter on your nightly walk. Weekend trips inshore to find trout, redfish, and flounder or offshore for Spanish mackerel, cobia, or even tarpon to serve fresh on your dinner table in the days to come. Your […] Read More

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March Sales in Review | Forgotten Coast

Property sales surged on the Forgotten Coast during the month of March in the key communities of Apalachicola, Cape San Blas/Indian Pass, Carrabelle, Port St. Joe, and St. George Island. There were 71 properties closed during the month (up from 46 in February) with 117 properties currently under contract. Cape San Blas/S. Gulf had the […] Read More

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Soak up the Sun at Two Fun Franklin Festivals

Springtime is for festivals, and there are two great options on the fourth weekend of April in Franklin County whether you’re looking for family fun or a more adult focused celebration! Plan a weekend to enjoy the beautiful weather while soaking up the unique culture of the Forgotten Coast with the Carrabelle Riverfront Festival and […] Read More

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Classic Cars on the Forgotten Coast

The Forgotten Coast is known for its classic Florida feel, and what could be more appropriate than pairing that with classic cars and vehicles! April brings the start of a new series of events in Gulf County with Wheels on Williams, and the Antique/Classic Boat, Car & Golf Cart Show returns to Apalachicola for its […] Read More

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Catch the Buzz! Apalachicola Bee Company Opens New Honey Bar

The Forgotten Coast is known for its Tupelo Honey, and now there’s a new way to experience it in Downtown Apalachicola! Apalachicola Bee Company recently opened its doors in a bright and sunny space with a garden courtyard as a bee tasting bar with honey, honey mead, local craft beer, wines, and champagne. A new […] Read More

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February Sales in Review | Forgotten Coast

February was another strong month for Forgotten Coast real estate sales in the key communities of Apalachicola, Cape San Blas/Indian Pass, Carrabelle, Port St. Joe, and St. George Island. There were 46 properties closed during the month with 118 properties currently under contract. Mexico Beach/St. Joe Beach had the highest number of transactions with 14 […] Read More