About Orange Park, FL From the Web…
“The Town of Orange Park was founded in 1877 by the Florida Winter Home and Improvement Company, with owners and trustees predominantly from Boston, Massachusetts. As a direct result of hard times following the Civil War, the old “McIntosh” plantation at Laurel Grove was in shambles and changed hands several times. After purchasing several thousand acres of property in the area, the Florida Winter Home and Improvement Company created a new town and called it Orange Park.”
“Economic development and growth in Clay County has never been stronger. Strong population growth, great schools, and a young work force make Clay County an excellent choice for relocating or expanding businesses.”
We serve the following cities:
Orange Park, Lakeside, Jacksonville, Palm Valley, Jacksonville Beach, Atlantic Beach, Saint Augustine, Palatka, Fernandina Beach, Palm Coast, Gainesville, and Lake City, and Brunswick, Saint Simons, Saint Marys, and Kingsland in Georgia.
We serve the following counties:
Clay, Duval, St. Johns, Putnam, Alachua, Bradford, and Baker, and Glynn and Camden in Georgia.