Wildwood Resort, located in beautiful Wakulla County, just 30 minutes South of Tallahassee,is the perfect place to enjoy a true Old Florida vacation, a family reunion, the perfect wedding, banquet or corporate retreat. As a guest of Wildwood Resort, you'll enjoy a fitness center, pool and tennis as well as golf and great food at the Wildwood Resort Golf Course and Restaurant,and the best wildlife viewing, fishing, canoeing, hiking and boating around which means both golf- and nature-lovers can get the most out of their vacation.
For eco-tourists, Wakulla County and Wildwood Resort is unbeatable. Surrounded by over 1,000 square miles of protected land which is home to some of the most unique and beautiful wildlife in the southeast, The Resort offers easy access to nearly a dozen rivers and spring-fed streams as well as numerous trails for hiking and biking. Whether your passion is canoeing a spring-fed river to enjoy the sight of manatees and alligators or hiking the Apalachicola National Forest in search of the rare cockaded woodpecker or fishing the flats for the perfect trout, the friendly staff at Wildwood Resort can make your dream a reality.
Wildwood Resort has two large meeting rooms at The Inn that can accommodate up to 100 people for a banquet or 150 people theater style and the Banquet room at the Restaurant can seat up to 175 banquet style and 200 people theater style. Whether you use our caterer or yours, your event is sure to be special.
The resort also has a beautiful outdoor wedding area complete with an arbor and seating for up to 70 guests. Our full-time event coordinator can plan every detail of your wedding, banquet or corporate event. How about a weekend meeting and golf retreat for your company? We have everything you need. Great food, great location, great golf, great rooms- it's all here. All you have to do is…ESCAPE.
The resturant is still closed but we will keep you posted on our Facebook page on when the opening will be.
(Wildwood Resturant can be rented out for special events)
Activities: Wakulla lies just to the south of the state capitol, Tallahassee . The waters of the Gulf of Mexico moderate Wakulla County's climate, as breezes cool the air in the summer and provide warmth in the winter. Within the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge, with its famous white lighthouse, and the adjacent Apalachicola National Forest, lies a natural paradise: crystal lakes, clear springs, dense woods, saltwater ponds, and marshes. Both preserves allow fresh and saltwater fishing. The county's four rivers- St. Marks , Wakulla, Sopchoppy , and the Ochlockonee -are favorite waters for canoeing and boating. Shell Point adds sailing and sail boarding to the panorama of water sports.
The Great Florida Birding Trail: http://floridabirdingtrail.com/
The Florida Trail: http://www.floridatrail.org/Regions/Panhandle/Apalachicola.html
Florida Greenways and Trails, Panhandle Region: http://www.dep.state.fl.us/gwt/guide/regions/panhandleeast/panhandle_east.htm
Florida Greenways and Trails Guide: http://www.dep.state.fl.us/gwt/guide/index.htm
The Florida Circumnavigational Saltwater Paddling Trail http://www.dep.state.fl.us/gwt/paddling/Segments/Segment5/Segment5.htm
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