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This is my favorite state park in Florida. Located where the Wakulla and St. Marks Rivers meet, it is the site of Spanish forts dating back to the 1600s. There are old stone walls from the Spanish era and the view of the place where the rivers meet is stunning. The park staff is wonderful and you will learn about... 更多
We visited last weekend primarily to test out our new boat engine at the end of the park. The park is well-equipped, not too crowded with plenty of room for family picnics. I now realize it has a lot more historic elements as well! Head to Woodville, and keep on going and you'll run right into the small town of... 更多
A walking trail out to the point with markers and fort remnants. The view out to the water at the point was special. The museum was closed when we arrived as the ranger was cleaning the restrooms. Two dollars to get in to see an exhibit from the seventies. A news crew was just arriving as we were leaving. I... 更多
Wonderfull way to spend an afternoon in Tallahasse. The local early colonial / native American history is fascinaitng, and it is portrayed here. We would go again.
We arrived on foot from St. Marks too late to get into the small park as it was late April, but a wonderfull walk, full of wildlife along the river path. Enjoyed it!
Little did I know that the british were in north west florida. Interesting small state park. 18 minute video really explains most of what you need to know park rangers weren't able to answer my question about John shaw who commanded "colored "troops during the civil war. But had a nice time. Right by then river. Very pretty picnic tables.... 更多
St Marcos de Apalache has a very interesting history if you take a few minutes to visit the Historic Centre, which while only being small gives you a good feel for how it must have been for the Spanish who were there between 1680 & 1759 when the old wooden fort was washed away during a cyclone. While they started... 更多