Things to Do

Bird Watching

In Taylor County, part of Florida’s Nature Coast, birders have the opportunity to view numerous species in a variety of habitats. So that you don’t spend the majority of your vacation tracking migration patterns, we’ve compiled a list of some of our best birding spots.

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Taylor County is one of the few places in Florida where you can harvest your own scallops. You’ll find scalloping opportunities along our entire coastline, including Keaton Beach, Hagen’s Cove and Steinhatchee. This unique activity is fun for the whole family and requires minimal resources to get started. 


Kayaking and Canoeeing

Explore our area from the seat of a kayak or canoe. Abundance of wildlife, including blossoms, greenery and numerous animals, flourish along the banks of our waterways … affording breathtaking sights.

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Taylor County is home to nearly 60 miles of coastline, four rivers, numerous streams and creeks, springs, a border on the Apalachee Bay, both natural and artificial reefs and quick access to the Gulf of Mexico. With so much of our area covered in water, it’s no surprise that anglers come from all over the state to cast a line and reel in trophy-size catches of sea trout, redfish, grouper, sheepshead and more. You can fish from land, off of a 700-ft pier or from a boat – your own or a guided charter.

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