Apalachicola is one of Florida's last unspoiled habitats

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The Apalachicola Reserve has a drainage basin of almost 20,000 square miles. Ninety percent of Florida oysters come from Apalachicola with over 10,000 acres of tended beds. The Apalachicola River is the largest river by flow in Florida and with its bay, it is home to 180 species of fish. The beauty and serenity of Apalachicola is legendary as I have visited and fished the waters for 46 years. Our home is in a quiet area of the Apalachicola River near a full service marina. It comes with all the amenities to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Whether it is a quiet secluded weekend with a book and a warm fire in the fireplace or an adventurous fishing trip on the pristine waters of Apalachicola Bay, you will find everything you need for an enjoyable stay. When you're not busy reeling in the fish you may enjoy visiting one of the areas beautiful beaches, quaint antique shops, or fine restaurants. There is no shortage of enjoyable activities in Apalachicola year round. Bird watchers will delight in the many species of bird sighted in the nearby Apalachicola National Forest. We will help you with anything you need or anything you need to know. Just ask.
Thanks,
David Allgood