Calhoun County, Florida
Calhoun County Florida is the "hub" of activity in Northwest Florida. Less than an hours drive in any direction leads you to even more. To the west are beautiful white sandy beaches, resort facilities and golf courses at Panama City on the Gulf of Mexico. To the south is a World renowned seafood industry at Apalachicola with abundant crab, oysters, fish and shrimp.
To the north is a significant industrial business area at Dothan, Alabama, where major international corporations are focusing and providing employment and profit to people throughout this area. Canoe for thirty miles down the Chipola River, one of the few remaining non-polluted wild and scenic rivers in the country. Fish in the world famous dead lakes, a haven for fresh water fishing and wildlife. Hunt among the forests and fields in the country for a variety of game including turkey, quail, dove, duck and deer. Go motor boating, water skiing, swimming and fishing along with the 107-mile Apalachicola River, the largest river in the state.
Explore nature and go camping, picnicking, hiking and biking, while exploring forests and rural life. Enjoy Southern hospitality, discover and live in Calhoun County. Plentiful natural resources and a low cost of living make Calhoun County an attractive place to live. Calhoun County boasts rich farmlands, timber, livestock, wood products, manufacturing and ship building. The Apalachicola River navigable from Columbus, Georgia to the Gulf of Mexico offers a great potential for industrial development. For vacation or a lifetime....Discover Calhoun County.
4.45 Acres for only $23,995.00
10 Acres - $34, 900.00