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Other Spellings

Otter Lake Rd is also spelled Otter Lake Road.
Panacea, FL

Time Zone & Current Time

Panacea, FL lies within the Eastern Standard Time (or EST). The current time in Eastern Standard Time is 09:36 PM on 07/05/2015.
Panacea, FL

Top Streets

Alapaha Ave, Alison Ave, Alligator Dr, Anderson St, Angus Morrison Rd, Aucilla St, Autumn Ln, Bald Point Rd, Bass St, and Bay Dr
Panacea, FL

Population Demographics

Household Income
$37k
Home Value
Age
43 years old
Gender
52% male
Local Ethnicity
Caucasian
Ethnicity Ratio
92%
Occupation
Management

About Panacea, FL

Panacea is a small unincorporated community in Wakulla County, Florida, United States of America. It is in the Tallahassee metro area. Its elevation is seven feet above sea level. Panacea is an historic fishing and tourist waterfront village located along Dickerson Bay in Wakulla County between the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge and Apalachicola National Forest southwest of the state capitol of Tallahassee. The establishment of Panacea began with the Panacea Mineral Springs, a concentration of small sulphurous springs known for their ‘healing attributes’. There were hotels, restaurants, health spas, baths, bottled water for drinking, boardwalks, piers and pavilions over the bay, all oriented around the healing power of the springs and bringing prosperity until the Depression. Most of the development was destroyed by a hurricane in 1928, and the springs property soon fell into neglect. For generations commercial fishermen have landed their catches at Rock Landing. The commercial fishing culture has been devastated by the net ban legislation, and the two hundred odd boats that once landed there have been reduced to a mere twenty. The remaining fishermen still land their catches of blue crab, oysters, pink and white shrimp, mullet, trout, and grouper at the county’s Rock Landing dock. (more on Wikipedia)