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Florida United States #129 Highway Guide

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0.0
141 ft.
Georgia/Florida State Line
North to communities of Lake Park, Georgia, Valdosta, Georgia. Valdosta "The Azalea City". Attractions in Valdosta, Georgia: "The annual Valdosta Azalea Festival held in March. - Wild Adventures Theme Park - The Annette Howell Turner Center for the Arts - Remerton Mill Village. NOTE: State Highway #100 overlaps US Highway at this point south.
1.7
2.7
125 ft.
N W County Road #150
West access to Florida Upper Alapana Conservation Area. West to community of Jennings, Florida.
7.5
12.0
144 ft.
Junction of US Highways #41 State Highways #25 & #6. - Jasper
Community of Jasper Florida. - Attractions in Jasper: The Old Jail Museum, built in 1893, the jail is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. - West to communities of Madison, Florida, Greenville, Florida. NOTE: US #41, State #25overlap US at this point.
11.0
17.7
144 ft.
Junction of US Highway #41 & State Highway #25
Overlap of these highways ends at this point. 
13.7
22.1
167 ft.
Interstate Highway #75 and State Highway $93
West access to Live Oak, Florida. West to Twin Rivers Florida State Forest Park - Suwannee River Florida State Park : Facilities - 30 RV/tent campsites with a picnic table, grill, clothesline, 50 amp electric service, water and sewer hook-ups, restrooms with showers. 5 rental cabins. Day Picnic area with 2 picnic pavilions, picnic tables and grills. Recreation/Activities: - Hiking/Nature Trail winding along Florida's Suwannee River with Interpretive signs, vehicles and horses are not permitted. Canoeing & Kayaking, Boat Ramp. Fishing for catfish, bass, and pan fish. East access to Lake City, Florida. NOTE: For highway travel via Florida Interstate Highway #I75 - See Free RV Road Map Highway Guide Georgia/Florida State Line to Miami Lakes - City of Miami, Florida driving directions

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27.9
39 ft.
Point of information
Crossing the Florida Suwannee River, a 266 miles long wild blackwater river. The river starts in the Okefenokee Swamp, Georgia. Then runs southwest into Florida, dropping in elevation resulting in Florida's only whitewater rapids.
18.3
29.5
95 ft.
County Road #132
West to Ellaville, Florida. West to Suwannee River Florida State Park.
20.6
33.1
128 ft.
County Road #136A
East access to Florida Woods Ferry Conservation Area & Florida Swift Creek Conservation Area, Suwannee Valley Conservation Area, Big Shoals Florida State Park. - East to community of White Springs, Florida.
22.4
36.1
128 ft.
Intersate Highway #10 & State Highway #8
East access to Live Oak, Florida, Tallahassee, Florida. East to Lake City, Florida, Jacksonville, Florida. East access to Florida Osceola National Forest, camping, hiking, swimming, fishing, hunting, wildlife viewing - NOTE: For highway travel via Florida Interstate Highway #10 - See Free RV Highway Guide Highway I#10, Alabama State Line to Jacksonville, FL for driving directions.

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40.2
102 ft.
County Road #136
East to White Springs, Florida. East access to Big Shoals Florida State Park.
25.1
40.4
102 ft.
Junction of US Highway #90 & State Highway #10 City of Live Oak, Florida
City of Live Oak, Florida. Attractions: - Suwannee Music Park & Campground, RV parking with full hookups, electric and water sites, showers - Suwannee Springfest, a annual music festival March - Annual Rock-n-Wheels, a motorcycle show held in April - Wanee Music Festival - Live Oak Suwannee River Jam, 4 day event featuring The South's biggest country music festival, held in April. - Bear Creek Music and Arts Festival, held in November. East to communities of Lake City, Florida, Olustee, Florida, Sanderson, Florida. East to Osceola National Forest Recreation Area, East to Olustee Battlefield Historic Florida State Park Day Picnic Park, facilities: Picnic tables, a one-mile trail with interpretive signs. There is a interpretive center, Visitor Information Center.
25.6
41.2
102 ft.
County Road #136 & State #51
Overlap of County Road #136 & # 51 ends at this point and heads west. - West via #51 to Peacock Springs Florida State Day Park. This park is a Picnic Park: Amenities/Activities - picnic tables, grills and a two-table pavilion - Scuba Diving, cavern and cave diving, snorkeling, swimming, hiking/nature trail.
33.8
54.4
102 ft.
ounty Road #252 W
Westto community of Dowling Park, Florida, Newburn, Florida.
35.0
56.3
131 ft.
County Road #252 E
East to Lake City, Florida.
37.1
59.7
102 ft.
Community of McAlpin, Florida
McAlpin Road.
44.1
70.9
59 ft.
O'Brien, Florida
County Road #349. West access to Tory Springs Conservation Area - Peacock Springs Conservation Area, west to Lauraville, Florida. East to community of Columbia, Florida, Ellsville, Florida.
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79.9
39 ft.
Junction of State Route #227. Branford
Community of Branford, Florida, Attractions/events: - The Lake City Annual Olustee Battle Festival, featuring reenactment of the Battle of Olustee. - The Olustee Festival & Craft Show: Featuring Foods, Exhibits, Arts, Crafts - Columbia County Historical Museum, shows Civil war & North Central Florida history. - The Lake City Alligator fest.NE to Lake City, Florida.
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80.2
36 ft.
Junction of US Highway #27 and Florida Route #20. - Branford
Community of Branford, Florida. - Attractions: - Branford River Reunion, July. - West to Alton, Florida, Mayo, Florida. West to Ichetucknee Springs Florida State Day Picnic Park. Amenities: picnic tables and grills, toilets, Visitor Center, Activities: three hiking trails, SCUBA, snorkeling, swimming, tubing on Florida Ichetucknee River, tube rentals. - NOTE US Highway #27 ad State Highway #20 overlap US highway #129 at this point.
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86.8
56 ft.
Junction of US #27 & State #20
Overlap of these two highways end at this point as the head east. - East to communities of Fort White, Florida, High Springs, Florida, attractions: The High Springs Station Museum. East to Alachua, Florida, Gainesville, Florida. - East to River Rise Preserve Florida State Park Amenities: primitive camping and equestrian camp a 20-stall barn, restrooms with showers and a pavilion along with 35 miles of equestrian trails. Picnic Park with tables, grills, toilets. Fishing in Florida Santa Fe River.
56.7
91.3
10 ft.
Point of Information
Crossing Florida Santa Fe River, a 75-mile (121 km) river. This river is unique it completely disappears underground and then reappears 3 miles (4.8 km) downstream.
58.2
93.6
39 ft.
NW County Road #138
East of highway.
62.8
101.0
49 ft.
NW 60th Street
West to community of Little Lake City, Florida.
64.8
104.3
52 ft.
County Road #340
West access to Rock Bluff Conservation Area, Florida. East access to Willliford, Florida, Rock Springs, Florida
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109.0
72 ft.
Junction of State Highway #341 - Bell
Community of Bell, Florida - West to Wannee, Florida, Fanning Springs, Florida.
70.0
112.6
66 ft.
W County Road #232
West to San Felasco Hammock Preserve State Park. Outdoor adventure for hikers, off-road bicyclists, horseback riders, and nature lovers can be enjoyed at the park.
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117.8
49 ft.
S W County Road #307
West of highway.
74.1
119.2
52 ft.
SW County Roadway #344
West side of highway.
77.9
125.3
59 ft.
State Highway #47
N E to community of High Springs, Florida.
78.2
125.8
56 ft.
Junction of State Route #26. Trenton, Florida
Community of Trenton, Florida. Attractions: - The Old Trenton Train Depot, a historic landmark. West to Fanning Springs, Florida. East to Newberry, Florida. East to Dudley Farm Florida Historic State Park. Amenities: Dudley Farm contains 21 historic buildings with 1880s original furnishings, and 13 structures, a picnic area with nature trails and a visitor center.

78.7
126.7
49 ft.
County Road #339
East to community of Bronson, Florida.
88.1
141.8
36 ft.
Junction
Intersection of US Highways #98 /US #27 ALT /US #19/State #500