Filled with natural beauty, excellent schools and a friendly quality of life, Clay County is the perfect place to live, work and play.

Clay County, FL is the natural choice for exuberant living Small Towns, Big Passions

From its pristine fresh water lakes and rivers to its pine forest interior, Clay County is naturally beautiful. Situated in Northeast Florida, Clay County is a short commute from the City of Jacksonville and the nation’s oldest city of St. Augustine. Clay County offers something for everyone and is a haven for those who love nature and the outdoors whether you hike, ride, row, sail or swing a golf club!  Affordable housing options, an 'A' rated school district, and a safe and welcoming community await you in Clay County.

Clay County offers tremendous benefits.

Where you can live, work and play!

Clay County is a place with small towns and big passions. Located in Northeast Florida, Clay County lies southwest of Jacksonville with the entire eastern border nestled along the banks of the scenic St. Johns River. Within the county’s 640 square miles, you will discover natural beauty, rich history and a vast array of natural and agricultural resources minutes away from lively business environments.

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Clay County offers something for everyone and is a haven for those who love nature and the outdoors whether you hike, ride, row, sail or swing a golf club!  The county has magnificent professionally designed golf courses, numerous parks, boat ramps, walking & bicycling trails, historic sites and a military museum. Year round special events include the annual Northeast Florida Scottish Games & Festival, the blue ribbon Clay County Agricultural Fair, equestrian events, rodeos, craft shows and much more.

Clay County has the most modern medical facilities in northeast Florida. A rapidly growing healthcare sector.

Three major medical facilities provide outstanding care to residents.  Numerous doctors, specialists, and various medical support services are also located around the modern centers.

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