Wakulla County

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Wakulla County is named for the Timucuan Native American word meaning “spring of water” or “mysterious water”.


Created:  March 11, 1843

County Seat:

Port Leon        1843 – 1844

Newport          1844 – 1880

Crawfordville   1880 – present


County Courthouse – Crawfordville


Location:  3056 Crawfordville Highway / Arran Road

Built:  1948 – 1949

Style:  Art Deco

Architect:  James A Stripling

Contractor:  S J Curry & Company


Description: The building faces east and is a three story white colored stucco structure. The building is a “U” shape with two wings extending west. The east front has four large vertical pillars with the center section having large windows with many window pains. The roof line is flat. The building was renovated in 1991. The architect was Mays Leroy Gray.


Old County Courthouse – Crawfordville




Location:  SE – High Drive / Ochlockonee Street

Built:  1892 – 1893

Style:  Federal

Architect:  G W Tully

Contractor:  Thomas McGlynn


Description: The building faces north and is a three story square white colored wood structure. The north and west sides have central entrances on the first story. The windows are vertical and narrow. The roof is hipped with peaks on each side of the building. On the center of the roof is an octagonal white wood cupola with steep roof. The building is now the Wakulla County Library.



Leon County

E – Jefferson County 

S – Gulf of Mexico

W – Franklin County and Liberty County

















Photos taken 2009