Niceville & Valparaiso
Whether you are in town for a day, a month, or the rest of your life, you won’t be disappointed with the Niceville or Valparaiso areas in Florida! Nestled comfortably along the shores of Choctawhatchee Bay in the northwest panhandle, these friendly towns are a paradise for people of all ages and interests. The size, warmth and sincerity of the communities are apparent throughout the cities. Couple that with an endless variety of indoor and out door recreation activities plus a healthy dose of sunshine and fresh air and it is easy to see why Niceville and Valparaiso are attractive communities for short term visits, or long term living. Things to do in Niceville/Valparaiso
Among Historic Niceville/Valparaiso assets are beautiful natural surroundings, the military, educators who uphold the tradition of their excellent schools, churches, newcomers and caring locals who maintain its small town charm. Niceville and Valparaiso celebrates their fishing heritage annually during the third weekend of October when it hosts theBoggy Bayou Mullet Festival, Bluewater Bay, Rocky Bayou State Park
Weather Information Niceville & Valparaiso
Niceville and Valparaiso have a very warm humid subtropical climate. While we do experience 4 seasons here, the Fall/Spring/Winter months are very mild. The Weather is typically hot and very humid, from late May to mid-September. Fall months, from mid-September to early December, are generally warm and less humid. The Winter months are very short and mild, from mid-December to late February and Spring months are warm, from late February to late May.
Niceville and Valparaiso and the surrounding areas are very wet, averaging 69 inches of rain each year, more than any area in Florida. The wettest season is summer, and the driest autumn. Snow and freezing rain are very rare. Freezing rain occurs about once every 5–10 years. Snow occurs about once every 10–15 years.