Boating, Fishing, and Travel Information for Carrabelle, FL
Carabelle Harbor at the mouth of the Carabelle River is known as the boating and fishing capital of Florida’s Forgotten Coast. It is part of the Florida Panhandle and is home to the World’s Smallest Police Station, which is comprised of a single phone booth. Carrabelle also has a local history museum, as well as the Camp Gordon Johnston World War II Museum, and the Crooken River Lighthouse.
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