Farmland, small communites, and the St. Johns County Fairgrounds.

This region extends from I-95 to the St. Johns River and most visitors travel to Elkton to enjoy the river or to attend a fair or another event at the St. Johns County Fairgrounds.

The majority of this area contains commercial vegetable farms, horse farms, and farm equipment companies. This is one of the two market baskets of St. Johns County and produce grown here can be found at the farm markets and best restaurants in St. Augustine. There are also event venues, trails for walking and biking, horse-back riding trails, and the larger and northern tract of the Deep Creek Conservation Area, a natural environment for hiking toward the St. Johns River.

The St. Johns County Fairgrounds is located 13 miles and 21 minutes from the Plaza de la Constitución in St. Augustine.

(386) 329-4282

3705-3719 CR 13 S

Stretching across thousands of acres of flatlands and moving across the St. Johns River, the Deep Creek Conservation Area gives visitors unique fishing, boating, and wildlife experiences.

(904) 477-5669

Hosting natural, inspiring experiences enabling visitors to explore Northeast Florida's one-of-a-kind ecosystem.

(904) 907-0448

4900 Cypress Links Boulevard

Late Risers Bar and Grille presents food made from scratch, as fresh and local as possible, and is open to all at the St. Johns County Golf Course Clubhouse.

(904) 209-0346

1595 Wildwood Drive

Sports enthusiasts will find softball fields, multi-purpose fields for Frisbee, soccer, and kite-flying at Treaty Park.