Ochlockonee BayOchlockonee Bay is located where the Ochlockonee River meet the Gulf of Mexico on the coast in Wakulla County. Direct access to the bays and the Gulf are provided with well maintained public boat ramps on the Ochlockonee Bay from Surf Road and Mashes Sands. Fishing is outstanding on oyster bars, grass beds, rivers, tidal creeks and in the open Gulf of Mexico. Targeted species include trout, red fish, flounder, triple tail, tarpon, black drum, mackerel, grouper, snapper, and amberjack. Thousands of acres of the St Marks National Wildlife Refuge surround the communities and offer limitless opportunities for hiking, bird watching, biking, hiking, and kayaking. The Ochlockonee Bay Trail provides a 20 mile long paved multi-use path from Mashes Sands beach park to Sopchoppy. Refuge roads are unpaved roads that lead into the forest and to the bay for hiking and off road biking. The Capital to Coast trail system connects the newly completed trail along Highway 98 that leads all the way to St Marks and to Tallahassee. After a day of outdoor activities enjoy a great meal at one of the local Ochlockonee Bay restaurants such as Angelo’s, Las Palmas, and Tropical Traders. Overnight accommodations are available at the Holiday Campground located on Ochlockonee Bay and at the Oaks RV Resort and Motel just across the road.
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