St Marks National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Centre
The refuge was established in 1931 to provide wintering habitat for migratory birds. It is one of the oldest refuges in the National Wildlife Refuge System. It encompasses over 80,000 acres spread out between Wakulla, Jefferson, and Taylor counties, and includes about 43 miles along the Gulf Coast…
We LOVE visiting St. Mark's Naitonal Wildlife Refuge. Emily's a big fan of spotting as many wild alligators as possible, while most folks go for professional birding. Many rare breeds are identified each season in the refuge, and there have been big viewings of the flamingo, bald eagle, horned owl,…
See the historic lighthouse, gators, butterflies, wildflowers, birds, and much more.
“This is our favorite place for Sunday brunch - or breakfast any time of the day! ”
“The BEST grouper sandwich I've ever eaten! Small dining room, live music some nights, downtown, so parking not great... but worth the trouble & worth the wait.”
“Acres of space for kids to play. Many awesome play sets and ponds and covered areas to host gatherings, big or small. ”
“This place is great when meeting up with friends or going solo. The menu is huge and everyone can find something they will love. I love going during happy hour and getting a few 1/2 price appetizers to share with friends.”