Oakleaf Plantation is a planned community in the Jacksonville Orange Park area, located partially within the Jacksonville city limits (duval county), but is mostly in Clay County. The latter portion is a census designated place, with a 2010 population of 20,315.
State Rd 23 (First Coast Expressway), Jacksonville’s future outer beltway, runs north-south through the center of OakLeaf Plantation. Argyle Forest Boulevard runs east to State Rd 21 (Blanding Boulevard) in the Jacksonville neighborhood of Argyle Forest.
Oakleaf High School, Oakleaf Junior High School, Oakleaf Village Elementary School, and Plantation Oaks Elementary School are located within the community, and are all part of the Clay County School District..
The US Navy’s Branan Field was formerly located in the east part of the community, centered on Oakleaf Village Elementary School.
You’ll be close to everything when your close to home. Oakleaf Plantation , FL, offers a bevy of can’t-miss things to do, from attending special events, to getting involved in the arts and learning about local history; to dining at independent restaurants and staying active at area parks. You and your family are at the center of your community. Inside Oakleaf Plantation you are close to everything, homes, schools, shopping, dining, recreation like soccer, basketball, tennis, exercise, and golf. All without leaving your community. Work nearby in the new commercial or office space, or visit the public library. There is something for everyone at Oakleaf Plantation water parks, slide towers, spray grounds, lagoon pool, and lap pool.