Play in Taylor County
With the longest undeveloped coastline in the State of Florida, Taylor County draws many to it's beaches and coastlines.
The moderate climate allows for the year-round enjoyment of such activities as fishing, boating, hunting, kayaking and camping in the state and national parks. Or enjoying the beauty of Steinhatchee Falls or the sunset at Keaton Beach.
Each year the city of Perry holds its annual Florida Forest Festival which includes the World's Largest Free Fish Fry.
The annual Florida State Bluegrass & Moon Pie Festival draws thousands for the bluegrass music, workshops, arts and crafts and chili cook off.
Enjoy great BBQ or participate in the Open BBQ competition at the annual Smokin' in the Pines BBQ Festival--one of the largest BBQ festivals in the state.
Get your truck, ATV or offroad vehicle and enjoy a run through Iron Horse's semi-annual mud runs. This 550 plus acre mud park offers fun for the entire family with vendors, trail riding and a kids village.