About Niceville and Valparaiso
Nestled comfortably along the shores of Choctawhatchee Bay in Florida’s panhandle, Niceville and Valparaiso are known as twin cities. It is a quaint, friendly area that is a paradise for people of all ages and interests. Featuring wonderful outdoor activities such as the Turkey Creek Nature Trail, Rocky Bayou State Park, and large bays for water activities, it’s no wonder people love this area!
Valparaiso is a more historic town with older homes and larger lots. It is located between Niceville and Eglin Air Force Base, the largest air base in the country covering over 600 square miles. Between the two towns, Niceville and Valparaiso are about 23.3 square miles of land with roughly 20,000 residents. Featuring miles of shoreline along the Boggy Bayou, many Niceville residents enjoy beautiful water views while enjoying a small town feel with little tourist traffic.
Bluewater Bay is an unincorporated residential and golf resort community located in Niceville. It is the largest subdivision of homes and has more than 70 miles of paved streets, 19 man-made lakes and/or ponds, wildlife sanctuaries, private community parks, bike paths, and greenbelt areas. Recreation facilities are primarily oriented toward the golfing lifestyle, but there are also five swimming pools, private bayside and bayou beaches, a five-star tennis facility and a 120-slip marina.
For a more comprehensive list of things to do in Niceville and Valparaiso, please visit: http://nicevilleflorida.com/2015/01/things-to-do-in-niceville/
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