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Florida United States #319 Highway Guide

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0.0
148 ft.
Florida/Georgia State Line
North to communities of Moncrief, Georgia, Beachton, Georgia, Thomasville, Georgia. NOTE: State Highway #61 overlaps US #319 at this point.
1.0
1.6
171 ft.
County Road #12
West to community of Concord, Florida, Havana, Florida, Hinson, Florida.
2.3
3.7
98 ft.
Point of information
Foshalee Slough, east side of highway.
9.3
15.0
223 ft.
State Highway #154
West to communities of Blocker, Florida
10.8
17.3
141 ft.
Kerry Forest Parkway
West access to Highlands, Florida, Tredington Park, Killeam, Florida.
13.0
21.0
213 ft.
Maclay Road
West access to Alfred B Maclay Gardens. This park is a Day Picnic Park, no camping. Facilities picnic tables, toilets, picnic pavilion, playground . Activities: Gardens that were planted in 1923, amellia plants and azaleas mix with dogwoods, magnolias and a variety of other trees for great displays with a a reflection pond and a walled garden. - Multi-use hiking/equestrian trails on the Florida Lake Overstreet, 5 miles of trails for hiking or jogging with three miles of designated bike trails. Interpretive exhibits. Canoeing & Kayaking - A boat ramp is available, no gas motors - Fishing in Florida Lake Hall for Largemouth bass, bream and bluegill.
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22.4
213 ft.
Interstate #10 - State Parks
West access to Torreya State Parkl. 30 campsites with electric and water hookups, restrooms with showers, 3 primitive camping areas, one Yurt, 3 three large picnic pavilions, BBQ grills and picnic tables, playground. The Apalachicola River Bluffs Trail, for hiking, a seven-mile loop hiking trail. - Three Rivers Florida State Park. Facilities: 30 campsites, with electricity, water, picnic table and a grill ring. Group camping area for 100 persons. A large picnic area in the park overlooking Florida Lake Seminole, with pavilions, grills, picnic tables, and a restrooms, playground, visitor center. Two hiking trails. Bicyclists can ride on several miles of paved park roads. Boating with boat ramp, canoeing & kayaking, fishing 

17.2
27.6
98 ft.
City of Tallahassee, Florida
US Highway #90 & State Highway #10. Attractions and Events in Talahassee, FL: - Florida State University - Florida A&M University - National High Magnetic Field Laboratory - Tallahassee Automobile Museum, featuring over 80 rare automobiles and unique collectibles. - The Mary Brogan Museum, an art and science museum - Tallahassee Museum, features rare historic buildings and native animals - Downtown Marketplace, Saturdays 8 am-2 - Florida Korean War Memorial - Florida Vietnam Veterans' Memorial - Goodwood Museum and Gardens, a 1834 plantation gardens estate, with original art and furnishings - Governor's Mansion, a Georgian-style Southern mansion - The John G. Riley Center/Museum of African American History and Culture - Knott House Museum, a 1843 historic site. - Legislative Research Center & Museum - Mission San Luis, the only reconstructed Spanish mission in Florida - Museum of Florida History - Park Avenue Historic District, many historic homes,on the National Register of Historic Places.
18.4
29.6
144 ft.
Park Ave
West to Govenors Park, Governors Square Mall
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31.2
210 ft.
US Highway #27 & State Highway #20
West to communities of Bloxham, Florida, Hosford, Florida, Bristol, Florida, Blountstown, Florida, Clarksville, Florida East to Chaires, Florida.
19.9
32.1
207 ft.
State Highway #364
City of Tallahassee, Florida.
22.8
36.7
59 ft.
State Highway #261A
West of highway.
25.0
40.3
49 ft.
State Highway #363
North to Tallahassee, Florida. South access to the communities of Woodville, Florida, Wakulla, Florida, Newport, Florida, Wakulla Beach, Florida. South access to Natural Bridge Battlefield Historic Florida State Park, the second largest Civil War battle in Florida. This park is a picnic day park. Facilities: Picnic tables, toilets.
26.3
42.4
49 ft.
Junction of State Highway #61
Apalachicola National Forest Northern Boundary, Florida's largest U.S. National Forest, a wildlife management area.
28.5
45.9
30 ft.
Junction of State Highway #61
Overlap of State Highway #61 leaves US Highway #319 and heads south.
30.3
48.8
20 ft.
State Highway # 260W
West to community of Spring Hill, Florida.
30.6
49.3
20 ft.
State Highway #260E
East to community of Woodville, Florida. East access to Natural Bridge Battlefield Historic Florida State Park.
35.3
56.8
30 ft.
State Highway #267
West access to communities of Bloxham, Florida, Hosford, Florida, Bristol, Florida. West to Leon Sinks Geological Area, FL.
41.4
66.6
30 ft.
Junction of Florida Route #61 & County Road #368 - Crawfordville
Community of Crawfordville, Florida - NOTE: State Highway #61 0verlaps US #319 at this point and heads south
41.4
66.7
30 ft.
County Road #368
West of highway
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75.1
39 ft.
US HIghway #98 & State #30
East access to Wakulla Beach, Florida, St. Marks, FloridaPerry, Florida. - East to San Marcos de Apalache Florida State Park. This park ia a day picnic park, with tables toilets and a self guided trail. There is a Museum showing artifacts of the 1679 Fort at the San Marcos site. East to Econfina River Florida State Park, day picnic park: Amenities/Activities: - Picnic tables, toilets, hiking/nature Trail, bicycling, horse/equestrian trail, canoeing & kayaking, boat ramp, fishing is allowed, wildlife viewing. - Highways #98 &30 overlap US Highway #319 at this point.
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77.6
36 ft.
US Highway #98 & State #30
Overlap of these highways ends at this point and follows the Florida Coastal Highway. South to the community of Panacea, Florida. South access to Florida Bald Point State Park. This park has picturesque scenic areas along north Floridas Gulf Coast. Amenities/recreation: beach areas have three covered pavilions, picnic tables, standing grills, restrooms. There are 2 beach areas on Florida's Apalachee Bay with pavilions, grills and restrooms, swimming and sunbathing. Other activities: Hiking/Nature Trail, boating launch ramp, surf fishing for redfish, trout, flounder, and mackerel. Bike areas.
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86.8
26 ft.
County road #372
South of highway.
54.7
88.0
30 ft.
Sopchoppy, Florida
West of highway. Attractions" The Annual Sopchoppy Worm Gruntin Festival' held ithe second Saturday in April.
59.0
95.0
13 ft.
Ochlockonee River Florida State Park
East of highway. Ochlockonee River Florida State Park Amenities/Activities: 30 campsites with electric and water hookups, picnic tables, toilets, showers. group camping for 60 people. Amenities include cold water shower, vault toilets, fire ring with benches. Day Park Picnic area with tables access to toilets. Nature trails located along Florida Ochlockonee River. Swimming is available, bike areas, boating, fishing for Redfish and speckled trout in the brackish water. Largemouth bass, bream, catfish and speckled perch in the fresh waters.
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96.3
Point of information
Crossing the Ochlockonee River, Florida, Fishing for perch, bream, bass, and catfish.
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97.0
20 ft.
McIntyer Road
West access to Tate's Hell Florida State Forest. The area has 35 miles of rivers, streams and creeks for fishing, canoeing, and boating. Dispersed throughout the forest are primitive camping areas.
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105.0
30 ft.
US Highway #98 & State Highway #30
US #98 & State #30 overlap at this point. East to communities of St. Teresa, Florida, Alligator Point, Florida, Bald Point, Florida. East access to Florida State University Coastal and Marine Laboratory.
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113.3
10 ft.
Lanark Village, Florida
Located on the Gulf of Mexico.
75.4
121.4
13 ft.
Junction of county road #67 - Carrabelle, Florida
Community of Carrabelle, Florida - Attractions: The Carrabelle Riverfront Festival - White sand beaches at Carrabelle Beach and Dog Island - Carrabelle has the 'World's Smallest Police Station' (Ripley's Believe It or Not) - The WWII Camp Gordon Johnston Museum. North access to Tate's Hell State Forest and Apalachicola National Forest Recreation areas, primitive campgrounds.
76.4
122.9
Point of Information
Crossing the Florida Carrabelle River.
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123.7
7 ft.
Airport Road
West access to Carrabelle-Thompson Airport.
88.2
141.9
7 ft.
State Highway #65
North to communities of Creels, Florida, Sumatra, Florida, Wilma, Florida, Vilas, Florida, Telogia, Florida. North access to Tate's Hell Florida State Forest.
88.7
142.8
3 ft.
Access to campgrounds
Gulf View Campgrounds, Florida, south of highway.
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147.8
13 ft.
Junction of County Road #300. - East Point
Community of East Point, Florida - South to Dr Julian G. Brice St. George Island Florida State Park: Amenities/Activities: - 60 campsites, electricity, water, washrooms, showers, dump station. Walk in primitive camping area. Group tent camping. Day Camp Picnic area with 6 shelters located on the beach, restrooms and showers, grills, 2.5 mile hiking trail, swimming, white sandy beaches, playground, canoeing and kayaking, fishing, boat ramp.
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156.9
3 ft.
Entering Apalachicola, Florida
Attractions and Events in Apalachicola, Florida: St. George Island Charity Chili Cook-off & Auction, Held in March - St Vincent Island National Wildlife Refuge Open House Tour, March - Apalachicola Antique & Classic Boat Show, April - Historic Apalachicola Home & Garden Tour - Annual Mullet Toss, June at St. George Island, FL - Apalachicola Historic District scenic walking tour. Houses dating back to the 1830s, maps available at the Apalachicola Visitor Information Center - Apalachicola Maritime Museum, features the maritime history of Apalachicola - John Gorrie State Museum - Raney House Museum, a furnished 1838 home.
105.8
170.2
13 ft.
State Highway #30A
Junction of FL State Highway 30A
118.8
191.2
7 ft.
Junction of State Highway #30A - US #98 & State #30. -
Community of Port St Joe, Florida. Access to Ward Ridge, Florida, Oak Grove, Florida.