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Located in the Big Bend area, which borders the Gulf of Mexico and is located in the upper west coastal portion of the state. and often referred to as "The Forgotten Coast". Towns in the area still maintain much of the "Old Florida" character of days gone by. A relaxed pace of small town charm is common throughout the area
The Nature Coast is the largest coastal region in the state and is active active in the preservation of Florida's many species of native wildlife and their natural habitats. Wildlife native to the area include the Florida Black Bear, Key Deer, Florida Panther, Bobcat, Manatee, Alligator, and a variety of birds ranging from the Florida Burrowing Owl to the Bald Eagle. Many native Florida animals are either on the Threatened or Endangered Species list. Here you will find an abundant natural Florida setting with beautiful shorelines unlike any other area. Swimming, snorkeling, canoeing, kayaking, camping, hiking, horseback riding, sailing, boating, hunting and fishing are just a few of the many outdoor recreational activities you can enjoy in Florida’s Nature Coast.Wildlife sanctuaries and parks are located throughout.
Here in the Nature Coast you will find the quiet, relaxed coastal Florida not found anywhere else.