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Saint Marks

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Saint Marks is a city on the Forgotten Coast of Florida.


St. Marks Lighthouse

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  • Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge, 1200 Lighthouse Road, Tel. 850-925-6121 [1]. An oasis of natural Florida habitats for wildlife, especially birds. Natural salt marshes, freshwater swamps, pine forests and lakes provide a haven for wildlife and people. Fishing, hiking, birdwatching, butterfly-watching, hunting, and viewing the historic St. Marks lighthouse on beautiful Apalachee Bay attract visitors from around the world. Special events highlighting the refuge's coastal resources, monarch butterflies, wildflowers and migratory birds enhance visitors' opportunities to learn more about this special place. St. Marks NWR was established in 1931 for wintering migratory birds and offers excellent birdwatching. There are over 300 species of birds recorded on the refuge, with 98 species nesting on-site. There are 19 species of ducks and many hawks, falcons, and shorebirds migrating through the refuge in the fall and winter. There are 14 active bald eagle nests and the endangered least tern and red-cockaded woodpecker also nest on the refuge.




  • Riverside Cafe, 69 Riverside Dr. Tel. 850.925.5668
  • St. Marks River Cantina, 859 Port Leon Dr. Tel. 850.925.9908
  • Sunset Grill, 30 Old Palmetto Path, Tel. 850-925-7882




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Routes through Saint Marks
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