Water is one of Florida’s most precious resources and greatest feature. With nearly 1,200 miles of coastline and more than 11,000 miles of rivers, streams and waterways, the water bodies of this great state deserve to be in the spotlight. This year, our 2018 FAC Calendar features all of Florida’s water from shore to shore and everything in between. With more than 600 photos submitted for consideration we are pleased to present this beautiful calendar spotlighting Florida’s bodies of water.  We hope that you enjoy the 2018 FAC Calendar: Florida Bodies of Water!


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Cover: Nassau County

Egans Creek, Fernadina Beach

Photo Credit: Mark Delfs



Nassau County



Hernando County
Walton County


Hernando County

Jenkins Creek

Photo Credit: Keith Kolasa



Walton County

Seaside, FL

Photo Credit: Rod Dent

St. Johns County
St. Lucie County


St. Johns County

Intercoastal Waterway on Palm Valley Rd.

Photo Credit: Bruce Lynn McCarty



St. Lucie County

Fort Pierce Jetty

Photo Credit: St. Lucie County Communications


Clay County
Franklin County


Clay County

Doctor's Lake

Photo Credit: Craig Weeks


Franklin County

St. George Island

Photo Credit: Erich Martin





Palm Beach County

Lake Worth Pier

Photo Credit: Cathy Stewart



Santa Rosa County

Pensacola Sound

Photo Credit: Brandi Whitehurst




Charlotte County

Stump Pass Beach Park

Photo Credit: Vitalik Zhigulin



Gulf County

The Dead Lakes

Photo Credit: Frances Butler




Escambia County

Quietwater Beach

Photo Credit: David Christopher Atwell



Lake County

Lake Norris

Photo credit: Bryan Baquiran


December 2018
Back Cover


Leon County

Lake Lafayette

Photo Credit: Frances Butler


Manatee County

Sarasota Bay and Coquina Beach

Photo Credit: Melissa Matisko