TDC rolls out 2014 visitor’s guide

Visitors Guide

The Tourist Development Council released the 2014 version of the Gulf County visitor’s guide this week.

Special to The Star
Published: Thursday, February 27, 2014 at 09:57 AM.

Last week marked the rollout of the 2014 Gulf County Tourist Development Council’s visitor’s guide, a must-have for anyone stepping foot in the county for the first time.

Those who pick up their copy from the Welcome Center or a variety of locations around the county are sure to notice one thing right away: it’s bigger.

The book, emblazoned with a palm tree at sunset on the cover, has increased in size from 60 to 80 pages.

“We added more interest-based destinations in this version,” said TDC executive director Jennifer Jenkins. “It’s all about what you can do while you’re here.”

A section dedicated to water-related activities kicks off the guide and covers aquatic adventures such as fishing, kayaking and scalloping.

For the first time, an entire spread is dedicated to St. Joe Bay and related activities.

To encourage exploring within the county, another section spotlights the beach and favorite local activities such as shelling and hunting, two big draws for visitors.

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