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A city and the county seat of Franklin County
Activities here revolve around the natural environment. Visitors can take a guided tour on the River, see the historic Apalachicola waterfront and learn about the role the river has played in the area’s history and economy, then head up river to view the many wild and isolated marshes and swamps or take a trip across the Bay to one of the barrier islands - St. Vincent Island National Wildlife Refuge, Cape St. George State Preserve, home of the Cape St. George Lighthouse and Dog Island. If you should choose to forgo a guided trip, you can always rent a kayak, canoe or boat and forge ahead on your own.
Here visitors can enjoy hiking, hunting and fishing in thousands of acres of primitive forests. Whether you're staying on the beach or touring the historic district, peddling about is always great fun. Bike rentals are available both on the beach and in the historic district. If all this sounds just a bit too active, how about a relaxed stroll down a deserted beach or along the tree-lined streets of historic Apalachicola?
Whether you are looking for a delicious gourmet meal, oysters on the half shell or simple down-home cooking, Apalachicola, Eastpoint and St. George Island have an array of excellent restaurants in breathtaking locations. Choose from an eatery overlooking the Gulf, Bay or River, or a quaint, cozy place nestled in historic Apalachicola.