Road Trippin: Florida’s Forgotten Coast – Just For Relaxing

The Forgotten Coast - For Relaxing (Picture Credit: The Forgotten Coast Website)

The Forgotten Coast – For Relaxing (Picture Credit: The Forgotten Coast Website)

Leave your watch at home and turn off that phone.  Now you’re ready to get lost,  and surrender to your meandering spirit of exploration.

The Forgotten Coast stretches listlessly over 200 miles of mostly undeveloped Gulf of Mexico coastline.  The Forgotten Coast is about 80 miles from Tallahassee,  and just over 300 miles from Orlando.  Lose yourself in fanciful small towns and fishing villages, protected forests, scenic byways, and miles of white sandy beaches.  The Florida communities that make up the Forgotten Coast are Apalachicola, St. George Island, and East Point.

Have you visited Florida’s Forgotten Coast? What do you love about it?

I haven’t had the pleasure of visiting Florida’s Forgotten Coast yet – but plan on doing so very soon.  Please let me know what I should see and do on my visit.  I’ll be sure to let you know what I did on my getaway.

As always, please join the conversation and share your thoughts and experiences.

 Carmen M. Perez, Travel Planner

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6 comments on “Road Trippin: Florida’s Forgotten Coast – Just For Relaxing

  1. Sounds wonderful. I love everything about Florida!

    • Hi Martha,

      I have to agree. I’ve discovered so much about Florida that I love, it makes me feel guilty I didn’t take more time to discover my former great state of Illinois.

      Have a good one. Xx

  2. Hopefully by Labor Day, if the area was affected at all, any surge from Hurricane Isaac will have subsided and everything will be back to normal. And if you go, Apalachicola’s little seafood and oyster restaurants are terrific. As are the people … unbelievably friendly!

  3. Seems like a great place to relax! So jealous!

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