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Learn More About Okaloosa County Florida

Okaloosa County extends from Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico. Its vastly changing landscape takes you from soft sandy beaches to the dense Blackwater River State Forest, making it the ultimate outdoorsman’s paradise. Okaloosa includes contemporary brick façade homes nestled within the lush vegetation, to extravagant waterfront properties and condominiums. Some of the most popular cities in Okaloosa County include Niceville, Destin, and Fort Walton Beach. Enjoy over 24 miles of coastline along with multiple beach access points as well as a plethora of boat ramps and kayak ramps.

Things To Do In Okaloosa County Florida

From the city of Niceville, hop on the Spence Parkway to cross the Choctawhatchee Bay, for a tour of Okaloosa’s gorgeous Gulf Coast.

In the city of Destin, join Crab Island Dolphin Tours or Aj’s Water Adventures for activities such as whale watching tours, boat charters, and snorkeling.

Next on Okaloosa Island, the Okaloosa Island Pier is a well-known landmark within the community. Grab your fishing gear and cast off the pier or enjoy a scenic sunset walk with a gorgeous view of the Gulf of Mexico. Additionally, Okaloosa Island offers fun activities such as Wild Willy’s Adventure Zone, the Gulf Marine Adventure Park, and The Boardwalk, where you can find local restaurants, shops, and more.

Lastly, in the city of Fort Walton Beach, enjoy a waterfront picnic at the Fort Walton Beach Landing Park. Also, do not miss the opportunity to learn more about Florida’s rich history and culture at attractions such as the City of Fort Walton Beach Heritage and Culture Center, the Camp Walton Schoolhouse, and the Indian Temple Mound Museum.

All in all, Okaloosa County has everything one could ask for when it comes to living in Florida. Close to beaches, activities, and informational opportunities, there really are endless possibilities!

Additionally, an A graded School District and a medium home value just above 200k, it is an affordable and amazing place to start or bring your family. Scroll down to view homes available in Okaloosa, County today!

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

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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

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