The 27th annual Crawfish Festival located in Woodbine, Georgia (just a short one hour drive north of Jacksonville) has wrapped up another fun-filled weekend of food, music and family fun. Taking place Friday evening and all day Saturday, the main focus of this family-friendly event was the food, crawfish prepared in two ways: etouffe and low country boil. For those not interested in eating crawfish, the festival also featured food vendors selling everything from alligator kabobs to bloomin’ onions.
The festival also featured live music on the main stage located on the south bank of the beautiful Satilla River. The music helped serenade the visitors while eating their food of choice.
The festival also included vendors lined up along the town’s Riverwalk. Vendors sold everything from alligator jerky to soy candles.
At the end of the boardwalk was a children’s activity area. This area included a petting zoo, pony rides, a bounce house and more. The petting zoo included baby goats, bunnies and sheep.
More food vendors were located in this area as well. They were selling everything from shaved ice to barbecue.
Overall the 27th Crawfish Festival was a success and a fun way for a family to spend the day.
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