Sports

Wakulla County Parks and Recreation

79 Recreation Dr.
Crawfordville, FL 32327
(850) 926-7227

Crawfordville Golf Course

Wildwood Golf Course is one of the friendliest in the Big Bend area; our par 72 layout nestled among rolling hills and ancient oak trees will challenge the best of players while still being kind to the casual golfer. The course has four sets of tees to accommodate and entertain players of all ages and abilities.
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Nestled among rolling hills and ancient oak trees since 1995, this 18 hole 6504 yard course is designed to create unique and challenging golf for amateur and professional players. Located near the beautiful and historic city of Crawfordville, this breathtaking course holds four sets of tees to accommodate and entertain players of all ages and abilities, and our Golf Pro Shop is fully stocked with the finest equipment, apparel and accessories. Here, championship conditions and impeccable services combine to provide a treasured experience that will be enjoyed by all.
Wildwood is open to the public and as a semi-private golf course, memberships are available. Our facility includes the golf course, driving range, practice area, golf Pro Shop, locker rooms, tennis court, swimming pool, a full service restaurant, and the Inn at Wildwood where a stay entitles you to reduced rates for golf. At Wildwood, we the resources and membership categories to suit you’re every need. We also have the ability to handle any type of tournament that you may be interested in hosting.
For rates, tee times or more information call the Pro Shop at (850) 926-4653(GOLF).

Water Recreation

Many of the paddling opportunities in Wakulla County are designated as part of the State of Florida’s systems of Greenways and Trails. For a guide map call 245-2052 or pick up a guide map at the Visitor’s Center in Panacea.

Apalachee Archaelogical Boat Trail Guide 984-3966

Ochlocknee River Lower Trail for Canoeing

Historic Big Bend Saltwater Paddling Trail

Sopchoppy River Canoe Trail

Wakulla River Canoe Trail

Canoeing & Kayaking

T-n-T Hide-a-Way, Inc.
(850) 925-6412
3 Certified Green Guides who specialize in Eco Tours, American Heritage and History tours, kayak fishing and manatee observation trips.

The Wilderness Way
(850) 877-7200
Kayak and Canoe Sales and Rental, Guided and Private Tours, Kayak Fishing Gear, Professional Certified Instruction, and Paddlesport Accessories.

Sailing & Windsurfing

Shell Point Beach is the favorite location with great conditions for these sports.

Scuba Opportunities

Cherokee Sink
Beautifully restored natural geologic formation called a sinkhole lake. Picnic tables and walkways down to the lake. Register to dive at the Ranger Station.
Rivers – Wakulla River is a great dive to see Manatee in some months, and hunting for artifacts such as arrowheads.
Bay – Accessible from St. Marks, Shell Point, Panacea, and other area docks and boat ramps.

Carrabelle Charters
(850) 562-3647

Hunting & Shooting Sports

Apalachicola Wildlife Management Area
(850) 488-4676
Located along State Road 375. There is a small still hunt section, but most of the area is open to deer-dog running. Hunting opportunities include big and small game with general gun, bow hunting and muzzle loading seasons.

St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge
(850) 926-6121
The refuge supports an abundance of wildlife species. A limited number of resident game quota hunts are held on the Panacea and Wakulla units each year. An unlimited number of permit are available for the Piney Island duck hunts, hog hunts & small game hunts.