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Wadesboro, Florida

Location of Wadesboro.
Location of Wadesboro.

Wadesboro is a small unincorporated community in eastern Leon County, Florida, USA.


In broad geographic terms, Wadesboro is located between Highway 90 on the north, Interstate 10 on the south, Baum Road on the west, and State Road 59 on the east. More precisely, Wadesboro encompasses the neighborhoods of Wadesboro Road, Roalde Road, Holey Road, Jefferson Road South, Jefferson Court, Dragon Fly Court, Hickory Wind Road, and others in that locale.


In 1909, Wadesboro was a stop between Fanlew, Florida.

In 1940, Wadesboro had a train station on the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Wadesboro also had a sawmill, school, 4 businesses and several homes.

Wadesboro today no longer has a school or sawmill but still has several homes and is continuing to grow. Wadesboro is a part of the Leon County School District and is zoned for Chaires Elementary School, Swift Creek Middle School and Lincoln High School. Wadesboro is not that far from Tallahassee and stores. Wadesboro is only 4 miles from some schools, gas stations and Interstate 10, and only 6 miles from several stores and shopping centers.

External links

  • 1940 Map Of Wadesboro

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