Set out for adventure and explore over 600 miles of spectacular nature trails around Florida's Capital City! The all-new Trailahassee.com will get you on the right track with advanced GPS tracking, interactive features and user reviews.
Concerts. Performances. Festivals. Parades. There are more things to do this spring than there are days in the season. Learn more about what ALL is going on, then come say #iHeartTally with us this spring.
Discover Tallahassee's hidden gem, the Wacissa River, where you can paddle beneath iconic live oaks, discover crystal clear freshwater springs, and encounter rare wildlife.
Home to five unique dining districts, there's a whole world of dining to experience in Tallahassee, from award-winning fine dining to authentic regional cuisine.
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Backwoods Crossing Comes to Tallahassee
Okra, rainbow quinoa and scarlet kale grow in-house at Backwoods Crossing, the only “farm-and-table” restaurant of its kind in Florida. The traditional farm-to-table model targets customers that value locally grown ingredients in their food; to meet this demand, some restaurants assure their ingredients are grown by farmers in the local community. Backwoods Crossing, however, takes this model one step further.
Paddling at Sunset
As a Tallahassee kayak guide, it gives me the pleasure of introducing visitors and residents alike to the beautiful and abundant rivers, lakes and paddling trails that are scattered around our gorgeous city.Read Article
7 Reasons to Visit Tallahassee's Newest Park
Our state’s capital has debuted its new downtown development, Cascades Park. The 24-acre oasis sits on land where the Spanish settled in 1529. The property has undergone a few changes since then.Read Article
Explore Tallahassee 60 feet off the ground
Zip through the tree-tops, soar through the cypress swamp, and conquer aerial games and obstacles on one of our Tallahassee Tree to Tree Adventures courses at the Tallahassee Museum.Read Article
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