Gulf County

Gulf County is located in Northwest Florida in the Panhandle bordering the Gulf of Mexico, Bay, Calhoun, Franklin and Liberty Counties. 

Gulf County was established in 1925 and was named for the Gulf of Mexico. 

Gulf County Florida Image Map
Population - 2000
14,560
Population - 2010
15,863
Population - 2015 Est
16,346
Land Area (sq mi)
564
Water Area (sq mi)
192
Total Area (sq mi)
756

October 6-7, 2017

Location: George Core Park, Port St. Joe, Florida

On the shores of St. Joseph Bay in historic Port St. Joe features top notch entertainment, a 5k race, Scallop Cook-Off, educational exhibits, the popular Kids Zone, and more than 50 great vendors featuring food, art & crafts, and more!

Gulf County School District is headquartered in Port St. Joe, Florida. Not only does the district serve Gulf County but it also serves the City of Mexico Beach in Bay County. The school district currently consists of 4 traditional public schools.

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The Northwest Regional Library System serves Bay, Gulf, and Liberty counties in the Florida Panhandle. Bay County libraries are located in Panama City, Panama City Beach, Parker, and Springfield; Gulf County libraries are located in Port St Joe and Wewahitchja; and Liberty County libraries are located in Bristol and Hosford. The headquarters and largest library in the system is the Bay County Public Library in Panama City.

Port of Port St. Joe is a deepwater seaport on the Gulf Coast of Florida suited for bulk and cargo shipments, offering access to rail, the U.S. Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, and state and U.S. highways.