Welcome to

Gulf County

Area Highlights

A quick view of the most influential metrics in Gulf County.

AVG. SELLING PRICE (180 DAYS)

RECENT SALES (180 DAYS)

RENT VS OWNERSHIP

CURRENT POPULATION

Learn More About Gulf County Florida

The St. Joseph Peninsula is just one of the many exciting places to visit in Gulf County, you can either access the peninsula by car or take your boat across the St. Joseph Bay, to enjoy a day at St. Joseph Peninsula State Park. Other parks located on the St. Joseph Peninsula include William J. Rish ParkCape Palms Park, and the St. Joseph Bay Buffer State Reserve. If you are out spending a day on the boat make a pit stop at Blacks Island, a small residential oasis that contains no commercials business, is only accessible by boat, and is the perfect spot for snorkeling. On the mainland of Gulf County, take the day to visit historic parks such as George Core Park Lighthouse Park, the St. Joseph Point Lighthouse, and more. Afterwards, choose out of an array of gorgeous white sandy beaches to catch the sunset. Located in the Florida panhandle Gulf County is situated between Panama City and the Apalachicola National Forest. Hidden amongst the trees and along the coast you can find luxury beach homes, comfortable bungalows, and a few apartment complexes. Over the years, Gulf County’s soft sandy shores have begun to gain more attention from visitors and Florida residents, leading to a continuously thriving business and tourism district.

Things To Do In Gulf County Florida

Along the Apalachicola Bay and the St. George Sound you can find St. George IslandDog Island, and St. Vincent Island. The island of St. George features everything from luxury accommodations to quaint bed and breakfasts. It is the perfect place to go fishing, take a hike, spend the day on the beach or check out historic sites such as the Cape St. George Lighthouse and Maritime Museum. Other historic sites within Gulf County include the Orman House Historic State Park and the Apalachicola Maritime Museum. In addition to the abundance of beach access and boat ramps available on Gulf County’s shores, the Apalachicola River is another popular spot for watersports. At the Apalachicola River Wildlife and Environmental Area, you can drift off in your kayak, enjoy fishing and hunting, or hike along the Florida Bird and Wildlife Trail.

Find out more about homes for sale in Gulf County Florida here on Just Florida Homes and discover your new forever home on Florida’s best home search!

Properties Just Listed In Gulf County

View our selection of available properties in the Gulf County

Inside Gulf County

Check out the latest demographic information available for Gulf County.

%

Overall Cost
VS National AVG

%

Housing Cost
VS National AVG

%

Entertainment Cost
VS National AVG

%

Utilities Cost
VS National AVG

%

Crime Rate
VS National AVG

POPULATION
HOUSEHOLD INCOME
OCCUPANCY RATES OWNED OCCUPANCY RATES RENTED

QUICK FACTS

RETAIL SERVICE

EMPLOYS THE LARGEST % OF THE WORKFORCE IN THIS AREA

14,967

TOTAL HOUSEHOLDS

65

POPULATION DENSITY PER SQUARE MILE

18 yrs

AVERAGE LENGTH OF HOUSEHOLD OCCUPANCY

14,311

AVERAGE YEAR BUILT

7%

ADULTS WITH A BACHELOR'S DEGREE

14,311

AVERAGE YEAR BUILT

Gulf County Schools
Learn more about schools near Gulf County complete with ratings and contact information.
School NameAddressTypeRating

The Best In Gulf County

Browse through the top rated businesses in the most popular categories Gulf County has to offer.