Baker County Courthouse
Baker County Courthouse in Macclenny

Macclenny is a typical small Southern community. The oldest buildings in town are probably churches, some of which date back up to 125 years.

As a bedroom community just west of Jacksonville, the population of Macclenny is up almost 43% since 2000.

Fast Facts about Macclenny, Florida
Macclenny, Baker County, FL 32063
Latitude: 30.283333°N; Longitude: 82.116667°W
Founded: 1885
Elevation: 131'
Education:
High School or Higher: 71.3%
Bachelor's Degree or Higher: 13.5%
Graduate or Professional Degree: 5.0%
2013 Cost of Living Index for Macclenny: 82.5
2013 Estimates:
Median Resident Age: 32.2 Years
Estimated Median Household Income: $30,200
Estimated Median Home Value: $108,250
Population Density: 1,937 People per Square Mile
Major Industries:
Construction, Law Enforcement, Retail Services, Small Manufacturing, Maintenance & Repairs, Health Services, Insurance & Financial Services, Educational Services, Transportation Services
Unemployed (March 2013): 8.6%
Population Demographics 2010
Total Population 6,374
Males 3,080
Females 3,294
Population by Age
Under 18 1,845
18 & over 4,529
20-24 451
25-34 998
35-49 1,170
50-64 971
65 & over 776
Population by Ethnicity
Hispanic or Latino 159
Non Hispanic or Latino 6,215
Population by Race
White 4,970
African-American 1,144
Asian 43
Native American 31
Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 1
Other 42
Two or more 143