Wakulla Beach, Florida
This was a platted town that was supposed to bring tourists and visitors to northern Florida. Only a couple of houses remain. A hotel ruin is also visible, dating to the 1920s. There is no beach per se, a very shallow bay. No amenities at this spot in the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge, at the end of a very long dirt road.
The town was founded in 1915 and developed by Henry Walker Sr. Said to be Florida’s first subdivision, it did not bring large numbers of people to reside there.
National historic status
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