1986 Florida Seafood Festival Brochure

1986 Florida Seafood Festival Brochure


There is free street parking in downtown Apalachicola. However, we advise you to come early (before 9 A.M.) as traffic will be heavy. Just follow U.S. 98, (East or West) into Apalachicola.

Booth Space
Persons who are interested in renting space for arts, crafts or novelty booths, or seafood and refreshment booths, should contact the Florida Seafood festival office for details and deadlines.

Camping and Boat Docking Space
Camper Space - Camper space on Battery Point, adjacent to the Festival site, is available on a limited, first-come, first-served, basis. Campsites are considered primitive. No hook-ups of electricity, water, or sewage available. To reserve a camping space, send your name, address, and $20 per vehicle fee (fee covers two nights, Friday and Saturday), to the Florida Seafood Festival office. A permit will be mailed to you or held for your arrival.
Boat Docking Space - Boat spaces cannot be reserved but are available on a first-come, first-served, basis. Only a few of the spaces have water and power hook-ups. Boat fees are based on the length of the boat.

The Apalachicola Bay Chamber of Commerce, representing Franklin County and the cities of Apalachicola, Carrabelle, and Eastpoint, as well as St. George Island, Dog Island, and Alligator Point invites you to the 23rd annual Florida Seafood Festival.
Just for the fun of it visit Franklin County throughout the year. Florida's best offer for fishing, beaches, boating and natural beauty.
For more information about what Franklin County has to offer you, your business, and your family, write: Apalachicola Bay Chamber of Commerce, 45 Market street, Apalachicola, FL 32320.


State Archives of Florida: Series 1592, Box 02, Folder 5


Brochure advertising the 11986 Florida Seafood Festival with a schedule of events.