The Lodge at Wakulla Springs

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Surrounded by 6,000 acres of pristine forest, The Lodge at Wakulla Springs is North Florida’s castle. Built in 1937 by industrialist Edward Ball, The Lodge is not only one of the most beautiful buildings of its period but also one of the few where guests can stay overnight. Located in the middle of Wakulla Springs State Park, The Lodge’s 27 guestsrooms overlook one of the country’s largest springs. Whether enjoying fine dining in the Edward Ball Dining Room or cooling off with an ice cream at the world’s longest marble soda fountain, The Lodge’s beauty surrounds its guests. Nature, luxury, history, and comfort can all be found at The Lodge at Wakulla Springs.

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Spend a day exploring the area by boat or discover the Tallahassee Museum, the Florida State Capitol, and the Mission San Luis in Tallahassee.

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Discover the grand façade of The Lodge at Wakulla Springs, North Florida’s castle.

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Explore the Tallahassee Museum, an iconic Tallahassee landmark.

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Experience a Jungle Cruise through the Wakulla Springs State Park.

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Taste a classic float or sundae at the Lodge’s Soda Fountain, which features the world’s longest marble soda fountain counter.

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