Introducing Wildlight,
True Florida Lowcountry Living


North of Jacksonville, where miles of live oak and pine are punctuated by undulating rivers and tidal marshes, we’re doing something really new and a whole lot of fun. We’re creating a community called Wildlight in the middle of a natural playground. It’s going to be a place where the wildlight of curiosity is encouraged rather than hushed up; where play is part of every day (whether that’s riding a bike, launching a start-up or making a “woo-hoo!” serendipitous discovery); and where the natural world is…well, a natural part of life. In Wildlight, people will appreciate being part of a real community filled with social and physical activity, exploration and creativity; where connecting with neighbors, family and friends is—hey—just the way it is.

Wildlight unabashedly embraces the wildlight of Florida Lowcountry style and vernacular. From North Carolina to North Florida, all of Coastal Lowcountry has been shaped by the tides of time and shares a distinctive geography, culinary culture and warm Southern hospitality. But Florida Lowcountry is more casual, comfortable and happily downhome than what’s up north. Life here has a real easy flow with just a little loco thrown in. (And yes, that’s why we grin when we call it FLoco!)

Quick Facts

The new mixed use, master planned community will be located at the interchange of Interstate 95 and A1A, just 20 miles north of Jacksonville at the gateway to Amelia Island

It will include homes, shopping, places to work and be entertained and will be designed to be patterned like a small town – with plenty of parks, trails and places to play

A key feature of the new town will be Wildlight Elementary School, now under construction thanks to the leadership of the Nassau County School District and its teachers, students and parents. We are grateful to those who work tirelessly and _drive every day to make the Nassau County School District among the best in the state of Florida.

Rayonier, Inc. has announced plans to locate its corporate headquarters in Wildlight, becoming the first of the commercial spaces that will make up Wildlight Village

Later in the year we will share more details about Wildlight and its unique lifestyle



WILDLIGHT, FL – May 10, 2016 – Raydient Places + Properties today announced that Rayonier Inc. will locate its corporate headquarters in a new office building to be constructed in Wildlight, Florida. With the move, Rayonier will become the first company to locate in the new community now under development about 20 miles north of Jacksonville near the interchange of Interstate 95 and Florida State Road A1A.

May 11th, 2016|


FERNANDINA BEACH, Fla., March 03, 2016 – Wildlight Elementary School is a kindergarten through fifth grade school located within the new Wildlight community, one mile north of the intersection of State Road 200/A1A and William Burgess Boulevard.

March 3rd, 2016|


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We’re Right Here

In Nassau County, Florida, just about 20 miles north of Jacksonville, where I-95 and A1A intersect.