St Johns Forest
St. Johns Forest is a private, gated residential community located in St. Johns County, situated on 435 acres with total of 536 single family homes. Award Winning amenities include exquisite 5,200-square-foot resident Clubhouse, resort-style Swimming Pool with beach entry, fountains, and two story tower slide rising 17 feet above pool level, fully appointed Fitness Center, Tennis Courts, Basketball Courts, Roller Hockey Rink and Sports Field.
Just minutes from historic St. Augustine, you’ll find a lifestyle second to none. It’s a close-to-everything location with a mild, subtropical climate, one of the country’s best school districts, an exciting sports scene, culture, entertainment, recreation, miles of waterways and all those fabulous beaches.
You couldn’t ask for a better location, either. Our community is located on CR 210 just off I-95. So you’re fewer than 30 miles from metropolitan Jacksonville to the north and St. Augustine to the east. St. John’s Forest is part of the exceptional St. John’s County School District. From preschool through high school, your children will attend some of the country’s best public schools boasting top-level SAT scores. There are also more than a dozen outstanding colleges and universities serving the community including the University of North Florida, Jacksonville University and Florida State College at Jacksonville.
St. Johns Forest is close to two of America’s most vibrant cities: St. Augustine and Jacksonville.
About St. Augustine:
St. Augustine is the longest continually inhabited city in the United States, earning it the nickname of the “Nation’s Oldest City.” As you’d expect, it’s an area that’s rich in history with fine examples of Spanish-colonial era buildings and 19th century architecture. The seat of St. Johns County, St. Augustine is also part of the Jacksonville metropolitan area and Florida’s First Coast, noted for its unspoiled, unfenced beaches. Those fabulous beaches make this a popular travel destination. Parks and variety of recreational opportunities abound in the area. These include:
• Anastasia State Park & Recreation Center, 1,700-acre bird sanctuary with five miles of sandy beaches, swimming, boat ramp, fishing, camping and nature trails.
• Bulow Creek State Park with a southern live oak forest, tidal creeks and kayaking and canoe rentals.
• Washington Oaks Garden State Park in nearby Palm Coast, a 410-acre gem with picturesque picnic spots, fishing in the Matazas River, hiking trails and bird watching.
And if golf is your game, you’ll find plenty of challenging play at a number of courses, including St. John’s Golf and Country Club, King and Bear Golf Course at World Golf Village and St. Augustine Shores. The city has a thriving dining and nightlife scene, and plenty of cultural attractions, too, including museums, art galleries and live theater.
The city is served by Northeast Regional Airport. About Jacksonville Jacksonville is the 14th largest U.S. city in population with over 800,000 residents and the largest U.S. city in area, covering 841 square miles. It’s a fast-growing city with a high quality of life, a reasonable cost of living and a business-friendly atmosphere that repeatedly sees Jacksonville rated as one of the “Hottest Cities in America” for companies that want to expand or relocate in the annual “Expansion Management” magazine poll.
Jacksonville’s active and passive parks and preservation lands are key to the city’s quality of life. There are 57,373 acres of city, state and national parks, more than any other U.S. city. The city boasts a major symphony orchestra, a sports and entertainment complex, the NFL Jaguars, excellent museums, a zoo, a thriving entertainment district, shopping, fine dining, miles of pristine waterways and unspoiled, unfenced beaches that have earned Jacksonville the title of Florida’s First Coast. And if golf is your game, you’ll have your choice of top-flight courses including TPC at Sawgrass.
Traveling to and from Jacksonville couldn’t be easier:
• The Jacksonville International Airport is a gateway to most major U.S. and foreign destinations.
• There are four modern seaport facilities including America’s newest cruise port.
• I-95 and I-10, two major interstates, converge in Jacksonville and US 1, 17, 90 and 301 go through it
Our community provides residents with the following amenities:
Resort-style beach entry pool w/ two-story slide tower
2 Tennis Courts
Roller Hockey Rink
Multi-Purpose Play Field w/ soccer goals and volleyball net
Full Time Amenity Director
Hours of Operation:
Clubhouse: Please check the Amenity Director's Schedule
Fitness Center: 5am-11pm Everyday
Pool: Everyday Dawn-Dusk
Basketball Courts/Tennis Courts/Roller Rink: Lights Operate Until 11pm