Calhoun County

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

Calhoun County was established from a portion of Escambia County in 1838. The county was named for John C. Calhoun, Senator from South Carolina and an outspoken advocate of the doctrine of states' rights.

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The Calhoun County School District has a rich heritage of educational excellence and outstanding student achievement. The small school district currently contains 1 pre-K school, 2 elementary schools, 2 high schools and 1 adult school.

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Calhoun County has quite a few examples of great locations to encourage outdoor recreation year round. Youth Baseball, Softball, and even T-ball, as well as their Greenway trail and locations along the Chipola River give plenty to do and see here in Calhoun.

The Calhoun County Public Library has 2 branches in Blountstown, 3 branches in Altha, and 1 in Kinard. The main branch is in Blountstown.

Calhoun Liberty Hospital and its employees are dedicated to delivering professional, courteous, and compassionate care to all of their patients. They offer a gentle hand and friendly local faces when you need it most. At Calhoun Liberty Hospital, they are committed to serving the community’s needs.