RiverCamps on Crooked Creek is designed for those who love the water. Whether boating, paddle boarding, hiking the shores, fishing, crabbing or sailing, residents can find fun and solace here. The RiverCamps community is a coastal sanctuary located in Bay County bordered on three sides by breathtaking bodies of water including the Intracoastal Waterway, Crooked Creek and West Bay. The community is nestled amongst 1,500 acres of pine forest preserve with a design that embraces the outdoors. The gated entrance creates a secluded and private retreat while being surprisingly convenient to the beach and grocery stores, 17 miles from the South Walton, and less than five miles from the airport.
Available Homesites Start at $50,000
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The RiverCamps community is all about life on the water. Amenities include access to West Bay and Crooked Creek, a boat ramp, over seven miles of trails and boardwalks, and even a waterside campsite with tents, a fire pit and a bathhouse. The masterfully designed RiverHouse is located on the water, as well, and features a pool, hot tub, screened porch, gym, library, event space and more. RiverCamps has an on-site boat ramp with access to Crooked Creek, West Bay, and ultimately, the Gulf of Mexico. The RiverCamps trail system meanders through untouched lands, which draw over 100 species of resident and migratory birds each year.