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The Forgotten Coast Florida

Florida's Forgotten Coast is the name commonly used to refer to a quiet section of coastline stretching 130 miles through 4 counties, Wakulla, Franklin, Gulf & Bay from Mexico Beach to St. Marks, Florida including the areas of Port St. Joe, Cape San Blas, Indian Pass, St. Vincent Island, Apalachicola, St. George Island, Eastpoint, Carrabelle & Dog Island ...extending from the east Crawfordville, St. Marks, Shell Point, Mashes Sands, Panacea, Alligator Point, Bald Point, St. Teresa Beach and Lanark Village.

This portion of Old Florida was indeed "forgotten" during the period when much of North Florida's coastline was developed...and subsequently over-developed.

The Forgotten Coast is a special place today, more for what has been preserved than for what has been developed. Pristine bays, sugar white beaches, coastal marshlands, estuaries rich with sea life, and barrier islands with impressive dune formations...this is what the Forgotten Coast has to offer!

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