City of St. Marks, Florida

This city was founded by the Spanish in the 17th century in what was formerly Spanish Florida. Originally known as San Marcos de Apalache, the area is a very old and historic Gulf Port. Today the, main draw of St. Marks is for boaters, fishermen, and seafood lovers and they preserve a strong relationship with Tallahassee

San Marcos de Apalache Historic State Park is boasted for its rich history. Its museum has displays for some of the tools unearthed beside the fort, as well as a self-guided interpretive exhibits through the park. There are picnic pavilions and grills available overlooking the Wakulla River and Apalache Bay from Tucker's Point, where fresh and salt water come together. It has become an excellent fishing spot for anglers! Come learn about this historic site and take a walk on one of the nature trails that are just waiting to be explored.

San Marcos de Apalache Historic State Park