According to USA Today, Okaloosa County School District was named one of the "fastest growing cities in the United States" in May 2019. Nicholson, which named it Florida's second-largest city, behind Fort Myers.
Median income per household in the city is $23,122, and median income per family is $31,824, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
The population is distributed across the city, as is the ethnic composition of the cities, though the number of African Americans, Hispanics, and Asians is rising slightly. 40.9% have children under 18 years of age, 53.5% are married couples living together, 26.7% live in single-family houses, 16.2% have a housekeeper with husband and 26%. The poverty line is $18,824 for a family of four, including $8,912 for single parents and $7,543 for families with children. 11.4% of the total population are over 65 years old, 5.6% of them live with their parents, 13.3% with grandparents, 12.1% in a single-family home, 2.8% at home with siblings, 3.0% without parents, 1.25% in part-time and 0.75% as a group.
The main highways in Crestview are US Route 90, which leads east to west, and Florida State Road 85, which leads north to south, both located at the intersection of the I-10 (which also runs through Crestviews).
I-10 travels east 240 miles from Tallahassee, the state capital southwest of Pensacola, and has access to the city via Exit 56 (FL 85). The FL-85 runs northeast of Florala, Alabama (43 miles), and you can get anywhere you want in a 30 - 40 mile radius.
To the south, the world's most beautiful beaches, affectionately known as the Emerald Coast, are close to Destin and Fort Walton Beach, two of Florida's most popular tourist destinations. Destins and Fort Walton, with their sparkling waters, gorgeous beaches and beautiful scenery, cost a pretty penny.
To find out if Crestview is reasonably affordable for the average working American, we compared the value of the square footage with the price Crest View received. The average price of a two bedroom, one bathroom home in Destin, Florida, is very affordable with an average square foot of 2,500 square feet.
The best attractions in Crestview are Disney theme parks, the beach and Emerald Coast Wildlife Park. We went to picnic at Twin Hills Park, took the kids to Emerald Coast Wildlife Park for some family photos and had a lot of fun playing in the Ride Hard NWFL.
After a long day of sightseeing in Crestview we were tired and hungry, but there is also a restaurant where you can buy fresh fish for lunch and take it home.
Once a month, there is a huge auction, where you can search for ancient treasures and other antique objects. If you want to take home souvenirs, there is also a gift shop with antique shops, antique shops and even an antique museum.
Fort Walton Beach Golf Club has two different 18-hole courses and offers a variety of tournaments throughout the year. A junior golf programme will also be promoted, which will provide excellent golf services for players of all ages. Weekly groups, courses and parties are also offered, making this one of the best places to visit the city.
One of the park's most recent additions is Childrenas Park, which is equipped with modern play equipment and facilities. The outdoor facilities in the parks include a playground, swimming pool, playgrounds, picnic areas and a children's playground.
If you want to have fun with your family, the complete family entertainment zone is the right place. Young children can let off steam on bouncy castles and ball boxes and play safely on a small bulldog ride.
The surrounding area is ideal for children as they will enjoy a variety of activities for them, including the Hard NFWL, which includes a basketball court, basketball courts, volleyball courts and a tennis court. Rest assured that you will be back to the top attractions of Crestview in the future. Crest View is a city where you won't get bored, and there are some of the funniest things to do.
The Turkey Creek nature trail is a must and provides a quiet place to hike and relax with the family. Come to the beach, which is also a wonderful place, much more beautiful than other beaches in the area, such as Fort Walton Beach. The only thing worse than the flooding and storm surges caused by the strong winds is Fort Walmart Beach, but it is still a wonderful beach.
I've seen it this year with a handful of 100 degrees Celsius, but I'm pretty sure I've only seen it a few times in the last few years, and that was in the summer.