Fleming Island Plantation
Just 15 miles from downtown Jacksonville, Fleming Island Plantation is over 1,680 acres of well-planned neighborhoods and untouched natural space. It is a complete hometown, with amenities to please any new resident: an 18-hole golf course with a clubhouse, tennis, basketball and volleyball courts, acres of parks and playing fields, pools, village Square with stores and restaurants, schools, an office complex, day care, and a police sub-station

With 12 distinct neighborhood villages, a pristine golf course, a host of recreational amenities, plus schools and offices, Fleming Island Plantation is the new hometown where you and your family can find everything for an exciting life.
The 18-hole championship course makes the most of the natural grandeur of the landscape and meanders through the beautiful neighborhoods of Fleming Island Plantation. With five sets of tees, the par 71, semi-private course offers up to 6,801 yards of play.

The Clubhouse features a full-service restaurant, snack bar and pro shop, and hosts catered events like wedding receptions.
Whether it’s exercise enthusiasts who like to swim laps, parents who like quality time with the family on a hot day, or kids who like the excitement of surprise, they’ll all find a way to quench their desires at Fleming Island Plantation’s pool area. From lap lanes in the junior Olympic-sized pool to the large second “family pool,” to an interactive pool with fountains and sprays to run through, the huge pool area is a hub of warm weather activity.
For kids and adults, Fleming Island Plantation provides almost unlimited ways to stay fit and have a great game with friends. At the amenity center, you’ll enjoy six lighted tennis courts (including a grandstand court), two volleyball courts, two basketball courts, three soccer fields and a playground.
Fleming Island Plantation includes nearly 150 acres of natural, green spaces, interlaced with an abundance of sidewalks for jogging, biking, running and rollerblading. Untouched areas offer sanctuary for local wildlife. And many villages of Fleming Island Plantation border on pristine Clay County parklands – so the community is largely surrounded by nature areas that will never be developed.