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Chipley is a city in West Florida. It's the county seat of Washington County with a population around 3,500.


The town's original name was Orange — a rather confusing name given the fact that Florida is also home to Orange City and Port Orange — but was renamed in 1882 after William Chipley.


Although the city has a subtropical climate, in early 1985 it recorded a temperature of 2 °F (−17 °C); this is one of the lowest recorded temperatures in the state of Florida, and the lowest recorded temperature in Florida during the month of January.

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  • 1 Falling Waters State Park, 1130 State Park Rd (Three miles south of Chipley, off State Road 77A), +1 850 638-6130. One hundred and seventy-one acres. The park contains a 73-foot waterfall, the highest in the state. The park has such amenities as birding, fishing, hiking, picnicking areas, swimming, wildlife viewing and full camping facilities. Concessions are also available. Falling Waters State Park (Q5432357) on Wikidata Falling Waters State Park on Wikipedia








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