Bradford County

Bradford County is located in Northeast Florida bordering Alachua, Union, Baker, Clay and Putnam Counties.

Bradford County was established as New River County in 1858 from portions of Columbia and Alachua counties. It was renamed in 1861 in honor of Captain Richard Bradford, the first Florida officer killed in the Civil War. 

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Bradford County School District believes in helping students reach their full potential bradford by providing them with the knowledge and skills they will need to succeed in the real world. The school district has at least 3,000 students attending 12 schools in grades ranging from pre-K to 12th grade. According to state standards, 43% of students in the district are considered proficient in math and reading.

Camp Blanding Joint Training Center (CBJTC) is a Florida National Guard base that serves a broad array of military branches and can train ground military units up to a brigade in size. Located in central Northeast Florida, the Florida National Guard website proudly states that “Camp Blanding aspires to be the premier domestic and combat training facility in the southeastern U.S with a focus on Unified Land Operations.”

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The Bradford County Public Library is the only library in Bradford County. It is located in Starke. It is part of the New River Public Library Cooperative, which also supports libraries in Baker County and Union County.

Bradford County has all the boating, parklife, and wildlife areas to make scheduling that nature outing a literal breeze. Youth football and cheerleading programs are also a great way for your kids to get outside. Come check out what this great Florida County has to offer.

The New River Public Library Cooperative is a cooperative of three libraries in Bradford County, Baker County, and Union County.