Entering RiverCamps on Crooked Creek you leave the world behind. A personal retreat in a gated reserve, this unique residential community is bordered on three sides by water including the Intracoastal Waterway, Crooked Creek and the spectacular 18,000-acre expanse of West Bay. Nature abounds, including a population of wildlife and more than one-hundred species of resident and migratory birds.
Yet, RiverCamps is so convenient to your every-day needs. Scenic Highway 30-A, home to some of the Gulf Coast's most acclaimed restaurants is 17 miles away. Destin, 45 miles to the west and Panama City Beach, 10 miles to the east, both offer great shopping and other popular destinations.
RiverCamps embraces the outdoors, offering expansive views of its natural surroundings with a sense of seclusion. Choose your homesite to build your beautifully crafted Southern home. Each RiverCamps home is designed to be a personal retreat with every comfort and convenience. Whether it's a second home or a year-round residence, your home at RiverCamps will be a treasured retreat.
Linked by extensive trails and boardwalks, the RiverCamps community offers outstanding amenities, such as a RiverHouse with swimming pool, grill and pavilion, a fitness center, and a boat ramp with access to the Gulf of Mexico.
Spend the morning exploring the winding turns and dramatic views of Crooked Creek by kayak, canoe or flats skiff. Hike, walk, jog or bike along trails and discover the treasures of a great white egret pond and salt-marsh coves, or take in some of the most breathtaking views in all of Florida along Crooked Creek. If water is your love, you will be able to fish, crab, boat or sail to your heart's content...or spend the day lounging on some of the world's most beautiful beaches, just 10 miles away. At RiverCamps, the opportunities for outdoor exploration, relaxation and fun are truly limitless.
Become a part of a unique community dedicated to celebrating and preserving the natural beauty of Northwest Florida. Enjoy a rare opportunity to live close to nature in a place where you can reconnect with family and friends, and rediscover a simpler way of life.