Directions to Old Time Pottery in Orange Park
Old Time Pottery of Orange Park is located in Pine Tree Plaza, at the intersection of Blanding Blvd. and Kinsley Ave.
From the North or East via I-295
Take exit 12 to merge onto Blanding Blvd./State Rd. 21 S. Continue to follow Blanding Boulevard/State Rd. 21 S for 2 miles, passing over the Ortega River, Jacksonville Memory Gardens Cemetery, and Whataburger. Take the third right after crossing Spencer Rd. to enter the Old Time Pottery parking lot.
From the South/Palatka/Green Cove Springs
Take US-17 N/S Orange Ave. north over Black Creek and Doctors Inlet and continue onto Park Ave. Pass Orange Park United Methodist Church. At the next light, use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto FL-224 W/Kingsley Ave. and travel for 2.8 miles. Pass by The Clarke House Park, Orange Park Medical Center, and Blanding Blvd. to continue on Loch Rane Blvd. Make the second right past Zaxby's to enter the Old Time Pottery parking lot.
From the West/Middleburg
Take Blanding Blvd./State Rd. 21 N for 9.7 miles, passing the ramp for First Coast Expwy., Winn-Dixie, and Academy Sports + Outdoors. Turn left onto Loch Rane Blvd. after the Wells Fargo Bank. Use the second right after Zaxby's to enter the parking lot.
Get Affordable Home Goods in Orange Park
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You’ll find everything from barstools to tablecloths and bed and bath items that make your home a comfy retreat. Old Time Pottery is the single-stop home décor outlet that carries all the items you want to reinvigorate your home’s décor.
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Stay free of clutter with a variety of storage options for your rec room, bedroom, and laundry room. Staying organized is easy with style-forward solutions like totes, shelves, and accent baskets. Need tools to keep it all clean? We've got those, too.
Update your kitchen easily with a selection of glassware, dinnerware, serving ware, flatware, cookware, bakeware, cooking accessories, and kitchen gadgets to make cooking more fun and fresh. We also have everything you need to entertain with flair, from linens such as placemats, napkins, and tablecloths to fanciful table accessories.
What to Know About Orange Park
A southern suburb of Jacksonville, Orange Park is the northeastern gateway to Clay County. Sitting on the banks of the St. Johns River and Doctors Lake, Orange Park is a small town with a rich history.
Once known as Laurel Grove and the site of the McIntosh plantation, the area suffered in the post-Civil War era, before being purchased by Florida Winter Home and Improvement Company. The Boston-based company purchased several thousands of acres to create a small farming community and winter retreat. Their initial efforts are still reflected in the present street system, which dates back to the founding of Orange Park.
The subdivision lots were planted with orange trees and marketed to northerners, and soon was incorporated by a Special Act of the Florida Legislature in 1879. A hotel was constructed, with a large wooden pier to accommodate steamboats traveling along the St. Johns River. While the fruit trade was ended by the Gret Freeze of 1895, Orange Park found new purpose when the Yale Laboratories for Primate Biology were established in 1930 (today known as Yerkes National Primate Research Center, now located at Emory University in Georgia).
Today, Orange Park has grown to a moderate size with a population of around 8,700. The original hotel that brought early snowbirds to the town has been redeveloped into a retirement community, Moosehaven. Locals and visitors alike regularly attend the town's Farmer's Market. Outdoor activities and watersports abound, and notable points of interest include Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens, the Museum of Science & History, the Kingsley Plantation, and the Yellow Bluff Fort Historic State Park.