Clay County is located in Northeast Florida bordering St. Johns, Duval, Baker, Bradford and Putnam Counties.
Clay County was established in 1858 from a portion of Duval County and named for Kentuckian Henry Clay, Secretary of State under John Quincy Adams. In the late 1800s the St. Johns River and Green Cove Springs were popular tourist spots.
Region: Northeast Florida Region
Metro Area: Jacksonville, Florida Metro Area
County Seat: Green Cove Springs
Localities in Clay County, FL
Green Cove Springs