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Waterfront Living on the Florida Gulf of Mexico

Kayak on a dock with reflection in the water. .

A nicely retro lifestyle encourages friendship and community in close relation to the natural environment that is Shell Point. Waterfront lots with mobile homes line three canals with navigable waterways; each lot has a dock location with seawall. Floating docks meet the tides and provide a variety of boating lifestyles the convenience of easy accessibility and the pleasures of the view.

Swim in the community waterfront pool, walk to the beach and greet your neighbors in the ways of bygone days. Paradise Village drifts to its own tidal beat with retirees, working families, weekenders and folks on vacation. Enjoy Paradise Village for your vacation days or plan to stay forever.

Located in the Big Bend at the beginning of the Florida panhandle, Shell Point is a small coastal village close to the Wakulla County seat of Crawfordville, and about thirty minutes south of Florida's capitol, Tallahassee, a thriving city with two universities, state government, and a growing professional and retail base.

The Gulf of Mexico and its estuarine waters, wildlife and fish are ever changing. Birdwatching to deepsea fishing, nature trails to kayak adventures bring out the scout in each of us. With sunscreen, sunhat and sunglasses, each day is yours to create and savor.