Tourism Officials: Explore Tallahassee and Win

Visit Tallahassee’s Seasoned Local Campaign Urges Residents To Get Out and About During Winter
As is the case with many neighborhoods, Frenchtown points to no official boundaries. But according to the Tallahassee-Leon County Planning Department, residents generally consider the borders of Frenchtown’s historic area as Tennessee Street to the south, Bronough Street to the east, Copeland Street to the west and Brevard Street to the north. Photo by Saige Roberts

Leon County’s tourism division is putting its focus on Tallahassee’s residents, and it’s rewarding them with small prizes for getting out and exploring the Capital City during the winter months.

Visit Tallahassee is urging residents to visit the city’s sites and to participate in activities through its Seasoned Local campaign, which continues through February.

Here’s how it works:

Users create a “Seasoned Local” profile at They then upload photographs from winter-themed activities throughout the city.

Participants receive prizes depending on the number of tasks they complete. Prizes include a Visit Tallahassee notebook, a TLH mug, a TLH T-shirt and a Trailahassee Camelbak water bottle.

Free activities include a visit to the Leon High School lion statue; a visit to the new Leon County dog park; exploration of one of Tallahassee’s trails; a visit to a new mural; and a visit to Frenchtown’s Soul Voices historical markers.

To see the full activities list, visit the Seasoned Local website.

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