Wakulla County (65)

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Wakulla County was created on 1843.

The county seat is in Crawfordville, FL.,
and the county is 607  Square Miles in area.

  Click here to visit the Wakulla county home page.

  FIPS Code: 12129

  Information about Wakulla County, Florida, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Wakulla County.


There are 9 Historic Markers in Wakulla County.

Ochlockonee River State Park   -   FLHM 
  Ochlockonee River State Park      

Old Sopchoppy High School   -   FLHM F-456
  164 Yellow Jacket Avenue WM67RP      

Port Leon 1838-1843   -   FLHM 
  SR-363 WM7T7P      

San Marcos De Apalachee   -   FLHM F-131
  at the San Marcos de Apalachee State Historic Site WM7BN9      

Site of Former Town of Magnolia   -   FLHM F-238
  East side of the St. Marks River on U.S. 98. WM7BNC      

St. Marks Lighthouse   -   FLHM F-207
  on Lighthouse Rd., St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge. WM6AJD      

Tallahassee - St. Marks Railroad   -   FLHM F-20
  Vicinity of intersection of US-98 & SR-363 WM7BN5      

Wakulla Springs Archaeological & Historic District   -   FLHM F-394
  in the Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park in Wakulla Springs, Florida WMG50C      

Wakulla Springs Archaeological & Historic District   -   FLHM F-394


M  - The marker is missing.
R  - The marker has been removed.