Wakulla County is in the Florida Panhandle directly south of Leon County.
Known for the crystal clear waters of Wakulla Springs and the Wakulla River, Wakulla County has a beautiful coastline on the Gulf of Mexico.
The St. Marks River and Wakulla run south through Wakulla County and end in St. Marks home to St. Marks. National Wildlife Refuge and Lighthouse.
The county seat is Crawfordville where you will find most of the government offices for Wakulla County.
Wakulla County Table of Contents
Wakulla County Map
Wakulla County is 606 square miles. The county includes the Wakulla and St. Marks Rivers that feed into Apalachee Bay.
Wakulla County is bordered by Leon County (home of Tallahasse - the state capital) to the north, Jefferson County to the East, and Liberty County to the West.
This map of Wakulla County shows St. Marks, Sopchoppy, Panacea, the St Marks National Wildlife Refuge,
Area Codes and Zip Codes for Wakulla County
The area code for Wakulla County is 850.
Cities in Wakulla County Florida
Wakulla County has two incorporated Cities: Sopchoppy and St. Marks.
- Shell Point