Spring has sprung at Wakulla Springs. Depending upon when you visit in March through May, you will witness the pageantry of renewal. March is a month of stunning color. Visitors can catch the camelias, azaleas and dogwoods all blooming simultaneously. There are also the vibrant pinks of the redbuds, the golds of the Carolina jessamine, and the unsullied blooms of Walter's viburnum. April...
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Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Wakulla Springs Lodge, built in the 1930s, features 27 guest rooms, each with a spacious marble bathroom, walk-in closet, and antique or period furniture. All rooms have a telephone. For a quiet and relaxing stay, rooms have no televisions. Located on the second floor, guestrooms are accessible via the elevator or numerous staircases. The Ball Room Restaurant, located on the ground floor, overlooks Wakulla Spring and features modern cuisine and Southern classics.
Reservations are recommended. Call (855) 632-4559.
Rates: $129.00 to $179.00 per night. Group rates are available.
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