Welcome to Clay County
Dating back to December 1858, this charming town resides just west of Jacksonville and St. Augustine, nestled along the banks of the St. Johns River. A haven to nature lovers, Clay County has been widely known for its scenic trails, vast wildlife and countless waterways. Today, Clay County is home to over 219,000 residents and best known for its rich history, outdoor amenities and agricultural resources.Explore Our Passion Pillars
Media and Film Inquiries
Interested in visiting Clay County for a press trip? We welcome travel media and film makers to showcase our area for assignments or travel stories. Whether you’re here to highlight Clay County’s hot spots or share hidden gems, our team can assist you on making your media trip smooth sailing.
There’s a lot to see and do in Clay County, from annual thrills at the agricultural fair to weekends paddling on still waters. Wherever your passion leads you, make it one to remember with plenty of snapshots along the way. Check out our photo gallery and soak in the sights from years past.