Located in the Panhandle just southwest of Tallahassee, Carrabelle is the last vestige of Old Florida, a haven for discriminating people who love the coastal outdoors but shy away from crowds. Three pristine rivers converge on Carrabelle and connect with the Gulf of Mexico, providing access to unstressed salt and freshwater fishing gounds. Tarpon, Redfish, Grouper, Snapper, Trout, and Cobia are just a sample of the species that inhabit our waters.
Carrabelle's waterfront combines the authenticity of a working waterfront with the fun of recreational fishing and boating. Charter fishing is readily available. Carrabelle connects to 750,000 acres of public forest for hunting, fishing, hiking, birding, trail-riding or just enjoying the passage of eagles, deer, blue heron, osprey and black bear. White sand beaches at Carrabelle Beach and Dog Island beacon beachcombers, swimmers and snorkelers. A full- service airport provides for recreational flying as well as easy access to the area.
In Carrabelle you experience Old Florida. There are no high rise hotels and condominiums blocking your view, no four lane traffic congestion, just beautiful beaches, rich river marshes, boundlress wilflife and a genuine welcoming spirit.
This area is like no other I've seen. Freshwater, saltwater, rivers, lakes, ocean, bay marsh, forest, beach . . . . . . . they're all literally just minutes from you, if not in your back yard."