Putnam County

Putnam County is located in Northeast Florida bordering Flagler, Volusia, Marion, Alachua, Bradford, Clay and St. Johns Counties. 

Putnam County was established from St. Johns and Alachua Counties in 1849 and named for Benjamin Alexander Putnam who was a lawyer, soldier, judge, member of the state legislature and first President of the Florida Historical Society. 

Putnam County Florida Image Map
Population - 2000
70,423
Population - 2010
74,364
Population - 2015 Est
72,756
Land Area (sq mi)
728
Water Area (sq mi)
99
Total Area (sq mi)
827
Average Rainfall
51
Temperature - Average High
82
Temperature - Average Low
59

With 6,200 acres of land and water, this state park is full of natural beauty. Sandhills covered in longleaf pines, wiregrass, and sand pine scrub are homes to several endangered animals like the gopher tortoise and the fox squirrel. There are plenty of marked trails for hikers, bikers, and walkers, as well as a fishing dock, a canoe launch, and picnic areas that make the park a great place to spend the day. 

The Putnam County School District has authority over 21 schools serving over 11,000 students.

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This is a family owned historic log cabin farm over 75 years in the making. Home to various wines but grows only the best muscadine wines available.

Putnam County plays host to several interesting locations to spend your afternoons. Those seeking activities for seniors and park goers who want to hit the trails while retracing an historical journey will find themselves well sated with options.

Royal Manor Winery is an local vineyard and winery that has been awarded double gold for their Southern Passion fruit wine blend. 

Tangled Oaks Vineyard & Winery has been a family run business since 2006. They take pride in making quality and affordable wine for their customers.