Fleming Island, Florida is an unincorporated town and census-designated entity in Clay County, Florida. It is located approximately twenty miles south of Jacksonville, on the west side of the St. Johns River, just off US 17. The last official census-designated census recorded in Fleming Island, Florida was conducted in 2020, for which there was no population information recorded. As of this writing, the Fleming Island Community CDP has a population of nearly 27,000. Most of this population is made up of retirees who live on the island, but some live on neighboring properties and other areas in Florida. Jacksonville, FL information can be seen at this link.

Fleming Island, Florida is home to a number of historical buildings and monuments that tell the story of life in Fleming Island, Florida. Some of these buildings date back as far as the nineteen-hundreds, when a fort was built on a spot where today is part of the waterfront area of Fleming Island. Today, the fort is a National Historic Landmark. The St. Augustine Mission Church is another historic building on Fleming Island, Florida. Located on the south shore of Fleming Island, it was constructed in the mid-nineteenth century and serves as a church, a museum, and reception center. Discover facts about Explore and Have Adventure in Fruit Cove, FL.


Fishermen from all over the world pass through on their way to the Gulf of Mexico each year, and those fishermen who stay longer often return time and again. Fleming Island, Florida offers a variety of restaurants, hotels, resorts, and other accommodations. One of the most popular is the Fleming Island Marina, which is not an official government establishment, but rather a privately owned marina. This type of Marina, like many on the Island, has some of the most exquisite views in the area. There are also some great shops and restaurants for visitors to visit.

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