About the Area: General Information

Discover Captivating Carrabelle!

Peaceful beaches. Friendly people. Fabulous fishing. These are just a handful of reasons visitors fall in love with Carrabelle. This picturesque fishing village boasts a vintage Florida vibe and some of the most pristine sugar sand beaches in the Sunshine State.

But Carrabelle isn’t just a pretty face. There are tons of adventures for visitors to enjoy in this enchanting beach town. From fishing, paddling and hiking to shopping, exploring museums and dining on fresh local seafood, there’s something for everyone in Carrabelle.

This hidden gem is tucked away on the eastern end of the panhandle in Franklin County. Also known as Florida’s Forgotten Coast, Franklin County is home to the last remaining stretch of unspoiled and uncrowded beaches in the state. With thousands of acres of state and federal forests teaming with wildlife, 200 miles of undisturbed, sugar sand coastline and miles and miles of pristine bay and winding rivers to explore, the Forgotten Coast is nature lover’s paradise.

Franklin County also includes historical Apalachicola, St. George Island, Alligator Point and Eastpoint—all a short drive from Carrabelle. These nearby communities offer even more shopping, dining, art galleries, museums and nightlife.

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Carrabelle Florida Fishing
Fishing on Dog Island