Beautiful historic DeFuniak Springs is located in the heart of the panhandle at the crossroads of Highway 331 and Interstate 10 in Walton County, Florida. DeFuniak Springs is a wonderful place to live and raise a family. The city is governed by a Mayor and five City Council Members.
In the downtown area you will find a natural round lake which is one mile and a quarter in radius. Lake DeFuniak is surrounded by beautiful historic homes, along with The Chautauqua Hall of Brotherhood, and the oldest operating library in the state. A refurbished train depot that is now used as a museum and an open-air amphitheater with a seating capacity of 1,371 can also be found at Lake DeFuniak.
DeFuniak Springs is a small, friendly, full-service city with a population estimated at 7,000. A beautiful small airport is joined with a 160-acre industrial park. The City contains several recreational parks. DeFuniak Springs is a very peaceful place to live. Once you are located in DeFuniak Springs, you will never want to leave. Welcome to Historic DeFuniak Springs.