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St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge, Tallahassee

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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4.8/5 based on 360+ reviews on the web
St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge is located in Tallahassee. Make St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge a centerpiece of your Tallahassee vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Tallahassee vacation builder.
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  • The refuge, is just that; No fuss, crowds, or hassles. Expansive vistas, history, outdoor recreation without the frills. One can fish, hike, bike, view wildlife and get lost in nature. A great place t...  read more »
  • This is a great place to see. They are doing a wonderful job with the resources provided. I am so fortunate to live close to this coast. Pristine flats and tide creeks and no buildings in sight as you...  read more »
  • Monday, Sept. 12th we headed home from Tallahassee to Tampa and stopped in the park. The sky was overcast but for reasons other than the hurricane as it passed days earlier. In Tallahassee, there was ...  read more »
  • National Treasure. The beauty of this space is in the incredible diversity. Tide pools, lighthouse, visitor center, wooded areas, marked trails, shoreline, boat ramp, fishing, birding & the people are all awesome. Every season has something different to offer. Don't pass up the chance to visit. You won't regret it.
  • This is a very rustic, extremely beautiful view of the Gulf, tide was over the road when we were there, another local couple told us they'd never seen it that high, we had to drive through water in two places but it was already receding by the time we left. This is more a canoe/kayak launch/fishing spot, and bird watcher's paradise. No bathroom facilities. Small dirt parking area and the foundation/remains of the old lighthouse.
  • This is by far one of the most beautiful places in the world. A great place to hike, fish, bike, boat, or take photos. We often visit with our children and just enjoy the sea breeze and the picturesque views.
  • It's a great place and a little non-commercialized piece of paradise in florida south of Tallahassee. At the end is the st marks light house which is an amazing piece of u.s. history. You can see all sorts of birds and even an alligator or three along the drive. This is well worth the visit.
  • Great place to take in some wonderful North Florida wildlife. Bring a rod and reel and catch some fish. Bring a camera and catch some great pictures.