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The Yellow River Water Management Area is located in Holt, Florida. The Yellow River Wildlife Management Area ismap located in Holt, Florida.
River's Edge RV Park in Holt, Florida. The entrance to River's Edge RV Park in Holt, Florida.

There are 17 residential real estate listings for sale in Holt.
There are 13 commercial real estate listings for sale in Holt.
There are 24 vacant land real estate listings for sale in Holt.
There are 54 total real estate listings for sale in Holt.

54 Real Estate Listings Found

Displaying 1 to 10

1.   755987
4598 Durbin Lane, Holt
4156 square feet, 5/4/1, 2011

2.   754855
3 Acres Yellow River Log Lake Road, Holt

3.   754800
Lot 31&32 Log Lake Road, Holt

4.   754638
7450 Leonard Barnes Road, Holt
1527 square feet, 4/2, 1995

5.   754111
7751 Koinonia Place, Holt

6.   754072
7.55 Ac Innsbrook Lane, Holt

7.   753956
4723 Hay Barn Road, Holt
2303 square feet, 4/2/1, 2011

8.   752761
848 Lighthouse Church Road, Holt
2866 square feet, 1950

9.   752620
2.92 Ac Sky Lane, Holt
3750 square feet, 1/1, 1990

10.   752359
5050 Gilmore Road, Holt
3638 square feet, 5/3, 1979

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History of Holt

The Yellow River, which flows through Holt, empties Florida's highest point and is inundated by almost one hundred smaller creeks and streams, including the Shoal River itself. The source of the Yellow River is located in Conecuh National Forest in southern Alabama and it ends within Eglin Air Force Base. The Yellow River flows swiftly through a most-unsettled area, travelling over fifty miles, providing touring, canoeing, and camping opportunities. The waters of the Yellow River are not as crystal-clear as other streams in Blackwater Forest because of the tan-colored sand that lines the bottom resulting in a yellow-hued water (hence its name). The presence of abundant water-dwelling vegetation also means the presence of abundant fish, as well as water-birds, turtles, and alligators. Non-aquatic wildlife drawn to the river include raccoons, turkeys, bobcats, and deer, as well as an active beaver population with natural dams up and down the waterway. Many trees line the Yellow River, including willow, spruce pine, and river birch. Flowering vines frequently weave themselves among the trees' limbs.

Holt Utilities


CHELCO Electric

Gulf Power

Okaloosa Gas
(850) 729-4700


Holt Water Systems
(850) 537-4113

Okaloosa County Water and Sewer
(850) 651-7171

Auburn Water Systems, Inc.
(850) 682-1258


Waste Management
(850) 862-7141






Cox Communications
(850) 682-5131



Department of Motor Vehicles
106 Hollywood Blvd. SW
Fort Walton Beach, FL
(850) 833-9122
(850) 833-9123 - appointments

Holt Recreation


Blackwater River State Park
7720 Deaton Bridge Road
Holt, FL 32564

Guest Lake Park Boat Ramp
3850 Log Lake Road
Holt, FL 32564

Bryant Bridge Boat Ramp
100 Bryant Bridge Road
Holt, FL 32564

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