Taylor County is a county located in the state of Florida. As of the 2010 census, the population was 22,570. Its county seat is Perry, Florida.
Taylor County is one of the few places in Florida where you can harvest your own scallops. Scallop season runs July 1 through September 10. The only materials you need for scalloping are a snorkel, mask, fins (or water shoes), a mesh bag to hold your catch and an appetite for fresh seafood.
If you are looking for a hometown atmosphere where the pace is slower, hunting and fishing are plentiful, and nature is in abundance, then our community is what you are seeking.
New communities continue to develop changing the face of Taylor County’s residential areas. The community has become a destination for residents from all over as an ideal place to live. The image of Taylor County is changing. Businesses are expanding, and downtown revitalization projects are on going. A prosperous future is in the outlook. Shopping is convenient and new communities continue to develop.