One-Day Tupelo Honey Festival Showcases Locally Grown, Authentic Tupelo Honey Harvest
On Saturday, May 17, the 24th annual Tupelo Honey Festival kicks off under the great mossy oaks on the banks of beautiful Lake Alice in Wewahitchka, Florida. Wewahitchka, or “Wewa,” as the locals know it, is home to the legendary, pure Tupelo Honey.
Area farmers and apiaries will share their 2014 harvest with different types of genuine Tupelo Honey and other delicious recipes and treats. Live music, arts and crafts, and cheering on the Tupelo Honey Queens will round out the day’s events.
Home to both the tupelo gum tree and the hauntingly beautiful cypress, it is a perfect time to tour the Dead Lakes by kayak, boat or canoe. Local outfitters offer rentals and eco-tours.
Saturday, May 17, 2014, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Visitors can make it a long weekend getaway; lodging is still available in beautiful GCFL.
Lake Alice Park, Wewahitchka, Florida
About Gulf County Florida
Located in Northwest Florida, Gulf County boasts 43 miles of natural shoreline. Here, where water surrounds us, we don’t have high-rises or busy highways and never will. We have white-sand beaches facing westward into spectacular sunsets – on the Gulf of Mexico and St. Joseph Bay. We have beckoning bayous, unexpected wildlife encounters and the mysterious Dead Lakes. We’ve got seaside bike trails, kayaks, stand-up paddleboards and snorkeling. We have genuine places, like the historic Indian Pass Raw Bar and flavors like Tupelo Honey. Learn more about this “no worry, no hurry” destination at www.visitgulf.com and on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
Updated: Dec 07, 2017 15:44
Published: Apr 25, 2014 8:00