Wakulla Springs Lodge

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This 1930’s hacienda-style lodge was built in the swamplands of southern Florida to preserve the natural environment, and to allow society to interact with it in the way the builder and former owner intended. The establishment is rumoured to be haunted, and witnesses have reported seeing a giant stuffed crocodile moving around in its glass case in the entrance hall. Other spooky activity in the building appears to be confined to Room #023, where various strange occurrences have taken place.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

550 Wakulla Park Drive
Wakulla Springs, FL
United States

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30.2337393, -84.3018434
Wakulla County, Florida
Nearest Towns:
Crawfordville, FL (5.9 mi.)
Woodville, FL (6.4 mi.)
Saint Marks, FL (7.6 mi.)
Tallahassee, FL (14.2 mi.)
Panacea, FL (14.5 mi.)
Sopchoppy, FL (16.4 mi.)
Midway, FL (20.2 mi.)
Wacissa, FL (20.7 mi.)
Lloyd, FL (23.7 mi.)
Waukeenah, FL (24.2 mi.)


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  1. when i was a kid a stayed here and it was haunted, i got touched in the foot and heard a phantom party going on. its has a super weird vibe and i was freaked out by the place.

  2. Tates Hell near Eastpoint, Fla. People have gone in but never come out. It is eary and people that move in from other countries dont understand how Florida works from the past. It is guarded by the past.

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