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Our Location


33870 Blue Star Highway, Midway, FL 32343


DRIVING DIRECTIONS:

From I-10 East - Exit at Blue star Hwy (exit # 192) and head east approximately 1/3 mile. Ochlockonee Pointe is just ahead on your left past E. Brick Yard Road.

From I-10 West - Exit at Blue star Hwy (exit # 192) and head east approximately 1/3 mile. Ochlockonee Pointe is just ahead on your left past E. Brick Yard Road.

Nearby Shopping, Dining, Golf And Attractions


Pepperoni's Pizza 0.7 miles
Country Market 0.7 miles
Riverfront Entertainment 1.3 miles
Ten Ninety 1.4 miles
Lake Talquin Recreation Area 3.8 miles
Applebee's Restaurant 5.6 miles
Subway 5.6 miles
Wal-Mart Supercenter 5.9 miles
Publix Grocery Store 7.6 miles
Walgreen's Drug Store 7.6 miles
Buffalo Wild Wings 7.7 miles
Big Lots 8.2 miles
Florida State University 8.6 miles
Tallahassee Airport 8.9 miles
Seminole Golf Course 9.5 miles
Lake Jackson State Park 10.2 miles
Downtown Tallahassee 12.1 miles

About Tallahassee, Florida


Tallahassee is located in Leon County and lies in what is known as the Big Bend area in Northwest Florida's panhandle. Just 14 miles south of the Georgia border, it is a city of rolling hills and canopy roads that more closely resembles its neighbor, Georgia, than Florida in its topography, climate and lifestyle.

Tallahassee has a population of 150,000 within its city limits, and Leon County has a population of 240,000. It is home to Florida's capital, Florida State University and Florida A&M University, thus attracting educated professionals and cultural amenities not often found in a town of this size. Government offices make up the largest sector of Tallahassee's work force. Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare, which employs 2,800 people, is Leon County's largest private-sector employer. Among the city's points of interest are the Old Capitol, built in 1845 and added to in 1902, now a museum; the Black Archives Research Center and Museum, based on the campus of Florida A&M University, with a collection of more than 500,000 documents and artifacts; and the Museum of Florida History, which houses the state archives as well as archaeological and historical exhibits.