Perdido Key Florida
The unincorporated community of Perdido Key, Florida is a very narrow strip of land in Northwest Florida that stretches 16 miles between Pensacola to the East and Perdido Pass in Orange Beach, Alabama to the west. The city has played an important part of the Gulf Coast's history since French and Spanish explorers first began settling in the area in the early 17th century. Perdido Key is part of Florida's Escambia County. Perdido Key is a popular destination for tourists due to the wide stretches of beach and abundant Gulf-front condos to either rent or own.
The estimated population of Perdido Key, Florida is 29,395, which is up by 8.5% since the last official census was taken in 2010. On that census, there were 12,332 households. Of that number, 7,482 were family households and 4,850 were non-family households. The average household income in Perdido Key is somewhere around $58,399 with a high number of white-collar jobs in the city. Residents of Perdido Key enjoy a cost of living that is a little below the national average.
Perdido Key does sit right on the Gulf of Mexico, which means there is a yearly risk of hurricane and tropical storms coming through. The area enjoys a good deal of sunny weather, as well as a good amount of rainy days throughout the year. Snow is not common in Perdido Key. Like most coastal cities, humidity can be high in Perdido Key throughout the year. There are a lot of families in Perdido Key, as well as a number of tourists who visit every year. A lot of work is being done to monitor and lower both violent and property crime rates. Because of its location of the Gulf of Mexico, tourism is a vital economic industry in Perdido Key, with a lot of construction being done on existing and upcoming condominiums and resorts.
Like us on Facebook for local news. Natural beauty and a laid back atmosphere characterize the areas of Perdido Key and Pensacola Beach. With long stretches of undeveloped and protected coastline, gorgeous state parks, an expansive golf course, and beautiful camping grounds, this is the perfect area for those who enjoy spending their time out of doors and on the shore. Perdido Key is just minutes from Big Lagoon State Park, Perdido Key State Park, and Johnson Beach on the protected Gulf Islands National Seashore while Pensacola Beach is also home to stretches of Gulf Islands National Seashore, which holds the Fort Pickens camping grounds to the west of downtown Pensacola Beach. In Perdido Key, you will also find the lushly landscaped Lost Key Golf Club and the Perdido Key Gardens. Both just minutes away from the bigger city of Pensacola, Florida, Perdido Key and Pensacola Beach are relatively quiet communities which enjoy the Gulf Coast’s famous white-sand beaches. Both areas are surrounded by water, with the Gulf of Mexico to the south and a number of other rives and bays to the north, including the Santa Rosa Sound and Big Lagoon. In Pensacola Beach, 14 beach-side condo developments with 124 available units that look out over the Gulf and the Santa Rosa Sound. In Perdido Key, 32 developments with 47 units are available from $0000. Whether you’re enjoying the view of the area from your boat, hiking on one of the numerous nature trails, or just kicking back at home, Perdido Key and Pensacola Beach are a nature lover’s dream spot for a second home or primary residence.
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