Forgotten Coast

The Forgotten Coast is a coastal stretch of the Florida Panhandle so named for being left out of Florida tourism promotions for several years in a row. This region is comprised of Franklin, Gulf, Jefferson, and Wakulla counties.

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Map of Forgotten Coast

  • 29.725278-84.99251 Apalachicola – County seat of Franklin County, the historic Heart of the Forgotten coast featuring 200 historic buildings and amazing oysters.
  • 29.853889-84.6658331 Carrabelle – Home of the “World’s Smallest Police Station” – it’s in a phone booth.
  • 30.176111-84.3752781 Crawfordville – County seat of Wakulla County
  • 29.741667-84.8769441 Eastpoint – the commercial center of the Forgotten Coast, with a number of shops and restaurants. Home to the new Franklin County School (K-12)
  • 30.544722-83.8672221 Monticello
  • 30.031278-84.3935391 Panacea
  • 29.814722-85.2972221 Port St. Joe – County seat of Gulf County, good fishing, shopping.
  • 30.159167-84.2072221 Saint Marks – History and the HuManatee Festival
  • 30.06-84.4911111 Sopchoppy – A tiny but thriving town a few miles from the coast.

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