We believe that Wakulla has a lot to offer and we want to see it grow and flourish by providing recreational and environmental opportunities for its citizens and visitors. As WEI continues to grow and develop, we will be implementing initiatives to bring together recreation with education and conservation.
Area attractions include:
Home of one of the world's largest and deepest freshwater springs where visitors can swim, hike, snorkel, lodge, enjoy boat tours down the Wakulla River and more.
Offers a one-of-a-kind experience to visitors wishing to get up-close and hands-on with thousands of animals including sharks, sea turtles, sea horses and hermit crabs.
One of the country's oldest refuges encompassing 17,000 acres of protected acres and home to the historic St. Marks Lighthouse.
This scenic state park features excellent biking, boating, hiking, fishing, picnicking, camping and swimming for visitors.
Includes a museum and a national landmark on the site of a former Spanish fort which dates back to 1528.
The Capital City to the Sea Trails (CC2ST) is envisioned to be a series of trails that will connect various regions of Leon County and Wakulla County and currently includes Tallahassee-St. Marks Historic Railroad State Trail and the Ochlockonee Bay Bike Trail. When completed, WEI will serve as a trailhead for the trail with facilities for bikers.