Welcome to the  OakLeaf Resident Website!

Here you can find information on just about anything in the community!


Wondering what’s going on at OakLeaf Plantation? Sign up for our email blasts. If you missed an email - take a look at our past Newsletters. Children interested in playing sports? Check out the Amenities page with links to each sport organization. Want to take a dip in one of the pools? Sneak a peek at the Aquatics section of the Amenities page for hours and other useful information.

Need answers to your questions about the CDDs and POAs?  Check out our links for each organization on our neighborhood information page


…And remember the staff is always here to provide you with any additional information you may need. Don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions!


With dozens of playgrounds, thousands of acres of greenery, and multiple activityfacilities including waterparks, and fitness centers; there is something here for every member of our Oakleaf families. Click on the image above to see details about each of our Amenity areas, hours,and general usage rules.



Event Venues

Oakleaf Plantation boasts multiple beautiful venues to host your next party, whether it's a poolside birthday gathering or the dream wedding, fit for all of your family and friends. Click on the image above to be taken to our Venue Rental Information page.



Helpful info

Questions about the rules of the pools, how to view past district meetings and minutes, or even whether or not you can cut that tree branch growing over your fence? Click on the image above to be taken to our Neighborhood and Resident Information page.



Updates as of 9/18/20


I hope this email finds all of our residents healthy and safe. As I have in the past, I would like to thank all of those supportive residents who have worked with us while we adjust our operations to keep our areas safe and clean. Your patience and understanding during these trying times is greatly appreciated. With that being said, I would like share that we are once again changing some of those operations to allow for more usage while still being safe. 

Beginning this weekend (Saturday 9/19) we will no longer shut down the pool facilities every 2 hrs. We will still be cleaning chairs and checking/cleaning facilities constantly throughout the day, however we will do this around our visitors whenever possible. 

We will be allowing the "swim at your own risk" hours to be utilized by our adult residents at both facilities. Please remember that the swim at your own risk program only applies to adults (18 and over) at the facilities when guards and monitors are not present. For the pool at Middle Village, adults will be able to once again utilize the back pool by accessing the gate from the Tennis courts. 

The Tennis courts at Middle Village will also be open for usage by adults and families at times when our Tennis staff is not present. (please have your Oakleaf Ids on you and ready to present to staff or security if asked). 


All hours and temporary rules for our fitness centers will stay in place, however we have made plans to open earlier and remain open later at both faclities. Begining Thursday, October 1 the fitness centers will be open from 6am until 10pm during the week. 

Please check the  corresponding website pages for more details and specifics on any new hours or rules for each facility.








OCTOBER 9th - Movie in the Park

The house with a clock in its walls
Double Branch (phase 1) multi-use fields


Fall Community Garage Sale



NOVEMBER 25th - Turkey Trot
Double Branch Field House (phase 1)


NOVEMBER 28th - Mega Vendor Fair - Holiday Market
Middle Village Parking Lot (phase 2)
Mega Vendor Fair - Holiday Market



OakLeaf Village Amenity Center
370 OakLeaf Village Parkway, Orange Park, FL 32065

Plantation Oaks Amenity Center
845 OakLeaf Plantation Parkway, Orange Park, FL 32065


Community Management Offices – 904-375-9285
Aquatics – 904-579-4343 x2
Fitness Center - 904-647-5262
Resident & Guest Access Cards – 904-647-5262
Tennis – 904-579-4343 x3


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