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Florida's Smallest Retirement Towns

Florida's Smallest Retirement Towns
  1. Lake Harbor, Palm Beach County, population: 45
  2. Hoseshoe Beach, Dixie County, population: 169
  3. Noma, Holmes County, population: 211
  4. Glen Ridge, Palm Beach County, population: 219
  5. Campbellton, Jackson County, population: 230 (tie)
  6. Highland Park, Polk County, population: 230 (tie)
  7. Jacob City, Jackson County, population: 250
  8. Hillcrest Heights, Polk County, population: 254
  9. Ebro, Washington County, population: 270
  10. Wausau, Washington County, population: 272
  11. Westville, Holmes County, population: 289
  12. St. Marks, Wakulla County, population: 293
  13. Beverly Beach, Flagler County, population: 338 (tie)
  14. Brooker, Bradford County, population: 338 (tie)
  15. Lee, Madison County, population: 352
  16. Ocean Breeze Park, Martin County, population: 355
  17. Cinco Bayou, Okaloosa County, population: 383
  18. Jupiter Inlet Colony, Palm Beach County, population: 400
  19. Manalapan, County, population: 406
  20. Caryville, Washington County, population: 411
  21. Glen St. Mary, Baker County, population: 437
  22. McIntosh, Marion County, population: 452
  23. Bell, Gilcrist County, population: 456
  24. Sopchoppy, Wakulla County, population: 457
  25. Alford, Jackson County, population: 489

Population Numbers Source: U.S. Census Bureau • 2010 Census.