This small residential community maintains a laidback atmosphere with plenty of private beaches and quaint neighborhoods. 1,427 residents enjoy four town parks, a community recreation area and a causeway that’s a favorite of fishermen. The city prides itself on its “triangle” parks, small areas of colorful flowers and native foliage that adorn many city intersections.
Measuring just one square mile in size, the city is surrounded by water – the Intracoastal Waterway on the east and the Gulf of Mexico on the west. It is a haven for boaters and beachcombers.
With very limited commercial development, residents enjoy a tranquil atmosphere. Housing is primarily single-family dwellings and low-rise condominiums.
Population: 1,427 according to the 2010 U.S. Census
Land Area: 0.36 Sq. Miles
Points of Interest: Four Town Parks, Community Recreation Area, Fishing, Native Foliage that adorn many city intersections, The Intracoastal Waterway, The Gulf of Mexico, Boating and Beachcombing.