Levy County, Florida, is a beautiful county located in the northwestern part of the state. It borders the Gulf of Mexico, and its county seat is Bronson. The county has a population of around 40,000. Levy County was created from Alachua County in 1845, and was named after one of the states first United States Senators, David Levy Yulee who was still alive at the time of the county’s formation.

There area many things that make Levy County a beautiful place to live. The county is a positive haven for many unique species of animal and sea life. Cedar Key, just off the mainland of Levy County, houses many rare birds such as the Osprey, Great Blue Heron, Egret, and Ibis.

Many of the cities and towns in the area offer a high quality of life. The county boasts a high degree of public safety with many community programs designed to educate community members on a variety of topics such as fire safety and first aid. In addition, the county maintains several beautiful parks where families can congregate and enjoy their weekends. Levy County also has may boat ramps scattered throughout the area where residents can bring their boats. Shopping opportunities are abundant in the county as well, and antique shoppers in particular will find the area a treasure.

The natural beauty of Levy County combined with the quality of life, convenient shopping, and abundant activities make the county a wonderful place to live, work, and play.