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Located in the heart of the Florida Panhandle, Washington County encompasses 580 square miles including the communities of Chipley and Vernon, Ebro, Wausau, Caryville, New Hope, Sunny Hills, Five Points, Greenhead, Redhead, and Hinson’s Crossroads. Washington County is within easy access on Interstate 10 to Tallahassee and Pensacola and Highway 231 to Panama City and Dothan, Alabama. 

Visitors to the Washington County can enjoy beautiful scenery and a wide range of outdoor activities including hunting, fishing, boating, canoeing, camping, horseback riding, motorcycle riding and golfing. 

The county also hosts pleasurable events throughout the year, drawing in visitors from around the state of Florida, Georgia and Alabama.


October 11 – Caches, Critters & Cars: Join us at Falling Waters State Park for a High Tech Scavenger Hunt, official launch of the Washington County Heritage Geotrail, History demonstrators, wild animals, antique cars, and more. Click here for event details >>

October 24-26 Seacrest Wolf Preserve’s “Howl-O-Ween”: Join the Seacrest Wolves for howling good time. This is an open event and no reservations required. Click here for event details >>

October 25-26 Survivalist, Preparedness & Homesteading Expo: There will also be many different "homesteading" vendors with "How To" demonstrations as well as items to make your homesteading life a little easier. This year, there will be special "How To" demonstrations in self defense, survival techniques, etc. Click here for event details >>



Washington County Tourist Development Council
672 5th Street  | P.O. Box 450  |  Chipley, Florida  32428
Phone: (850) 638-6013  |  Fax: (850) 638-8770

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