Wewahitchka, Florida: kayaking is just one of the perks of owning a home in Wewahitchka, Florida.


Like much of the area, Wewahitchka is known for its waterways, including the Chipola River and the legendary Dead Lakes, home to one of the richest ecosystems in Florida and a true local wonder…Tupelo Honey.

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Area Statistics for Wewahitchka

Low Price $13K

High Price $1000K

Average Price $161K

Total Listings 46

Homes: 14 30%
Land: 28 61%
Commercial: 4 9%

Nearby gulf coast communities with gulf-front real estate include Port St. Joe, Mexico BeachCape San Blas, and St. George Island. If you are looking for a home or investment property in Wewahitchka, search the listings below to find the house, land, or condo that is right for you.

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Lakes, Fishing, & Tupelo Honey

The city’s name comes from the Seminole Indian word meaning “water eyes.” A view from the sky above reveals two almost perfectly round lakes along the edge of town that look like a pair of eyes and make a special backdrop to the city’s downtown Lake Alice Park.

The Dead Lakes offer some of the best bass fishing in the nation and hosts tournament anglers from all over the world. Wewahitchka is also the site of one of Florida’s largest beekeeping operations and the site of the 1997 Peter Fonda movie “Ulee’s Gold.” The town celebrates Tupelo Honey with a two-day festival each May.

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