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View from highway - Photo Florida Welcome highway sign
Georgia / Florida State Line - Welcome to Florida. Florida's Attractions: Magic Kingdom, Walt Disney World Resort, Epcot, Disney-MGM Studios, Animal Kingdom, Universal Studios, the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Universal Islands of Adventure, Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, SeaWorld Adventure Park, Kennedy Space Center.
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0.0
View from highway
Driving south.
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Junction of Highway # 92 - City of Daytona Beach
West to Daytona, Florida International Speedway, Daytona Beach International Airport. East to Communities of Daytona Beach Shores, east to Jackie Robinson Ball Park. Vacationers have been flocking to the Daytona Beach area for more than a century. During the late 1800s, the area caught the attention and imagination of many wealthy northern tycoons who found the land favorable for investment. One such mogul, Mathias Day, founding father of what was then called Daytona, built the first hotel, the Palmetto House, in 1874.
0.4
0.6
Orange Ave
West to Museum of Arts and Science Museum, Planetarium, Cuban Museum.
0.6
0.9
Access to Marina
East side of highway.
0.8
1.3
Access to Lodging
West side of highway.
1.3
2.1
Access to Lodging (Fremont Street)
Both sides of highway.
2.1
3.4
Junction of highway # 400
West access to Interstate highway # 95 and highway # 4. West to city of Orlando, Florida, west to Walt Disney World.
2.2
3.5
Beville Road
Servies , gas diesel, west side of highway
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3.7
City of South Daytona, Florida
Northern limits. South Daytona is located only minutes away from the World-acclaimed Atlantic Ocean beaches. The City of South Daytona was once a town called Blake. The land was peculiarly adapted to orange culture and vegetable gardening, in which many of the early settlers were profitably engaged. Blake opened its first Post Office on August 19, 1878. Around 1886, the first train came as far as Daytona and, ten years later the line extended to Miami. Soon thereafter, a railroad station was built at Big Tree Crossing.
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6.6
Reed - Canal Road

4.7
7.6
City of Port Orange, Florida. - Photo Port Orange highway sign
Established in 1867 on the banks of the Halifax River.
5.2
8.3
Junction of highway # a1a & highway # 421
Access to Interstate 95, east to community of Daytona Beach Shores, Florida.
5.7
9.1
Services fuel at highway
Gas/Diesel, west side of highway.
6.8
11.0
Access to Lodging
West side of highway.
7.5
12.0
Community of Harbor Oaks, Florida

7.8
12.5
Junction of highway # 5a north ( Nova Road )

8.1
13.1
Point of Information
Crossing Rose Bay.
9.0
14.5
View from highway
Driving south.
9.2
14.8
Point of Information
Crossing Spruce Creek.
9.7
15.6
City of New Smyrna Beach, Florida
Rich in history and sunshine, New Smyrna Beach is often referred to as 'Floridas Original Theme Park.' Bound at the southside of the island by the pristine 57,000-acre Canaveral National Seashore park and at the north end by Smyrna Dunes Park.
11.2
18.0
View from highway
Driving south.
12.1
19.5
Access to New Smyrna Beach Airport
West side of highway.
13.2
21.2
Access to Lodging
West side of highway.
14.7
23.6
Junction of highways # 44 & a1a
Services fuel at highway, gas diesel, west side of highway. East to community of Ponce Inlet. West to city of De Land, west to Hontoon Island State Park. Hontoon Island is located six miles west of Deland, off S.R. 44 and is ONLY ACCESSIBLE BY PRIVATE BOAT OR A PASSENGER FERRY SERVICE which operates from 8:00 a.m. till one hour before sundown. A parking area is provided on the mainland. Blue Spring State Park has 51 campsites. Available to each site is a table, water, electricity, and a grill.
16.0
25.8
City of Edgewater, Florida
Edgewater, Florida, Florida, is a community nestled alongside the Indian River. Edgewater, located just south of New Smyrna Beach and at the north end of the renowned Mosquito Lagoon. Originally called Hawk's Park, the community was established in 1871.
17.0
27.3
View from highway
Driving south.
17.1
27.5
Park Ave
Access to airport, west side of highway.
18.5
29.8
Junction of highway # 442
west access to Interstate # 95. East to The Turtle Mound State Archaeological Site
19.0
30.6
View from highway
Driving south.
19.6
31.6
Access to Campground R V Park & Lodging
West side of highway.
20.8
33.5
Services fuel at highway
Gas diesel, west side of highway.
24.5
39.4
Access to River Breeze Park
East of highway.
26.8
43.2
City of Oak Hill - Photo Oak Hill highway welcome sign
The City of Oak Hill, Florida is the southern most city in Southeast Volusia County. A small fishing community established in 1908. Adjacent to the Mosquito Lagoon and borders the Canaveral National Seashore, and is close to the Kennedy Space Center. Access to Oak Hill Chamber of Commerce, west side of highway.
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50.1
Roadside turnout
Paved no services, west side of highway.
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52.5
Brevard County
Brevard County, seventy-two-plus miles long, fronts the Atlantic Ocean for its full length. Brevard County is the home of the Kennedy Space Center and our Nation's space shuttle launch site.
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53.6
Access to Interstate # 95
West side of highway.
33.6
54.1
Community of Scottsmoor, Florida

34.5
55.5
Access to The Great Florida Birding Trail
East of highway. The Great Florida Birding Trail is a program of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, supported in part by the Florida Department of Transportation and the Wildlife Foundation of Florida. It is a 2000-mile highway trail which unites existing and new birding sites throughout Florida.
38.8
62.4
Access to Lodging
West side of highway.
39.1
63.0
Access to Campground R V Park
West side of highway.
39.8
64.0
Access to Campground R V Park
West side of highway.
40.8
65.7
Community of Mims, Florida

41.4
66.7
Junction of highway # 46
East to communities of Geneva, Florida, Stanford, Florida. West access to Rock Springs Run State Preserve & Wekiwa Springs State Park. There are two canoe campsites in Rock Springs Run State Reserve that can only be accessed by canoe. Wekiwa Springs State Park has sixty (60) campsites. Each campsite has water, electricity, in-ground fire circle with a grill and a picnic table. There are two restroom facilities with showers. The sites do not have sewer hook-ups but there is a dump station conveniently located at the campground. Enjoy one of the most beautiful areas of the park by canoe or kayak out on the Wekiva River or Rock Springs Run.
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City of Titusville, Florida
Nestled along the Indian River, Titusville is the veritable doorway to some of Florida's best treasures. The Kennedy Space Center, Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge and Canaveral National Seashore are all just minutes away.
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73.8
Junction of highway # 406
East access to Canaveral National Seashore, Merrit Island National Wildlife Habitat. Canaveral National Seashore is on a barrier island which includes ocean, beach, dune, hammock, lagoon, salt marsh, and pine flatland habitats. Thee are no campgrounds. Endangered species include, but are not limited to, loggerhead, green and leatherback sea turtles, West Indian Manatee, Southern bald eagle, wood stork, peregrine falcon, eastern indigo snake, and Florida scrub jay.
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74.6
Junction of highway # 405 north

49.8
80.2
Junction of highway # 50
West to communities of Christmas, Florida, Bithlo, Florida Winter Park, Florida. West access to city of Orlando, Florida, Walt Disney World, access to Interstate # 95.
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83.9
Junction of highway # 405 south ( The NASA Parkway )
Access to The Kennedy Space Center. NASA's John F. Kennedy Space Center is America's premier gateway to the universe. It has been the world's only launch site for the Space Shuttle. The Center also coordinates all expendable vehicle launches carrying a NASA payload, whether the launches take place at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, or elsewhere. John Glenn, Neil Armstrong, Sally Ride and Jim Lovell are just a few of the brave men and women that have launched into space from Kennedy Space Center.
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83.9
Junction of highway # 405 south ( The NASA Parkway )
East access to Astronaut Hall of Fame, The Warbird Air Museum, The Space and Missile Museum, The American Police Hall of Fame. While at the Astronaut Hall of Fame strap in and experience interactive space flight simulators at the Astronaut Hall of Fame. Touch a real piece of Mars, see gigantic rockets, board the Space Shuttle Explorer.
53.2
85.6
Access to Space Center Executive Airport & Warbird Air Museum
East of highway. The Valiant Air Command is dedicated to finding and preserving these historic aircraft which are so much a part of our national aviation heritage.
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85.8
Community of Bellwood, Florida

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87.1
Community of Dalespine, Florida

55.1
88.6
City of Port St. John, Florida

56.0
90.1
Community of Frontenac, Florida

57.4
92.3
Community of Williams Point, Florida

58.0
93.3
Community of Sharpes, Florida

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98.5
Junction of highway # 528 & highway # a1a
East access to Cape Canaveral, Florida & Port Canaveral, Florida, Merrit Island, Florida, Kennedy Space Center. West access to Interstate # 95
61.5
99.0
City Of Cocoa, Florida
Cocoa fronts on four miles of the beautiful Indian River. Recreational water activities including boating, parasailing, sail boarding, water-skiing and sailing go hand-in-hand with the temperate year-round weather. Fresh water fishing on the nearby St. Johns River and salt water fishing in the Indian River and Atlantic Ocean.
61.8
99.5
Access to Lodging
West side of highway.
61.9
99.6
Michigan Ave
Services fuel at highway,
62.9
101.3
Access to Lodging
East side of highway.
63.3
101.9
Services fuel at highway
Gas diesel, west side of highway.
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103.0
City of Cocoa , Florida Business District.

64.3
103.5
Junction of highway # 520 east & # 520 west
East access to Cocoa Visitor Information Center, Merrit Island, Florida, Cocoa Beach, Florida. West access to Interstate # 95, west to Tosohatchee State Reserve Recreation Area. Primitive Camping opportunities only. No Motor Homes, trailers, or camper shells permitted. A horseback campsite is reserved exclusively for riders and their horses.
65.9
106.0
Longwood Ave

67.7
109.0
Community of Rockledge, Florida

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111.2
Junction of county roadway # 502
Access to campground, west access to Interstate # 95
70.8
114.0
Junction of county roadway # 515
East of highway.
73.7
118.6
Access to The Great Florida Birding Trail
East of highway. West access to Interstate # 95.
73.8
118.7
Services fuel at highway
West side of highway.
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120.7
Community of Suntree, Florida
Services fuel at highway, gas diesel, west side of highway.
75.4
121.3
Junction of highway # 404 west

75.6
121.7
Junction of highway # 404 east
Access to communities of South Patrick Shores, Florida, Satellite Beach, Florida, Patrick Airforce Base, Florida.
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127.1
Parkway Drive
Services fuel at highway, gas diesel, west side of highway.
79.8
128.4
Lake Washington Road.

80.7
129.8
City of Melbourne, Florida
While most of Melbourne is located on the Florida mainland, a small portion is located on a barrier island. The Indian River Lagoon separates the mainland from the island.
81.2
130.7
Junction of highway # 518
Access to Interstate highway # 95, west side of highway.
83.3
134.0
Access to Lodging
West side of highway.
84.0
135.2
Junction of County roadway # 508 ( NASA Blvd )
East access to communities of Canova Beach, Florida, Indian Harbor Beach, Florida. Canova Beach is a small oceanfront community at the east end of SR 518.
85.4
137.5
Junction of highway # 192
East access to highway # a1a. East to communities of Indialantic, Melbourne Beach, West to communitities of June Park, Deer Park, Holopaw, access to Interstate # 95.
86.6
139.4
Comminity of Palm Bay, Florida

88.6
142.6
Point of Information
Crossing Turkey Creek
89.5
144.0
Access to Lodging
West side of highway.
89.5
144.1
Services fuel at highway
Gas diesel, west side of highway.
90.2
145.1
Access to Campground R V Park
West side of highway.
91.1
146.6
Access to Campground R V Park

91.8
147.8
Access to Campground R V Park
West side of highway.
93.6
150.7
Point of Information
Crossing Goat Creek.
94.0
151.2
Community of Valkaria, Florida

95.5
153.7
Access to Lodging

95.9
154.4
Community of Grant, Florida
Grant is unincorporated and known for its commercial fishing, crab and oyster houses.
96.9
156.0
Roadside turnout
Paved turnout no services, east side of highway.
99.9
160.7
Community of Barefoot Bay, Florida

102.7
165.2
Community of Roseland, Florida

103.0
165.8
Junction of county roadway # 505

103.1
165.9
Indian River County
Northern county line
103.7
166.9
City of Sebastian, Florida
Sebastian is a community of an estimated 16,181 people.
105.3
169.5
Access to the community of Fellsmere, Florida
West of highway 9 miles. Access to Interstate # 95.
105.5
169.8
Services fuel at highway
East of highway.
107.5
173.0
Access to Campground R V Park
West side of highway.
108.9
175.2
Community of Wabasso, Florida

110.0
177.0
Junction of county roadway # 510
Services fuel at highway, gas diesel, east side of highway. Access to Interstate # 95. west of highway. East 9 miles to Sebastian Inlet State Park Recreation Area. All 51 campsites have water and electrical hook-ups, a fire ring with grill, and a picnic table. Also available are full restroom facilities, a dump station, laundry facilities, and pay phones. Canoes and kayaks can be paddled to islands and along the mangrove fringed shoreline of the Indian River Lagoon. Scuba diving and snorkeling are permitted in all in the waters of Sebastian Inlet State Park. Three miles of Atlantic beach offer some of the best surfing on the East Coast.
111.0
178.7
Community of Winter Beach, Florida

112.2
180.6
Junction of county roadway # 508
West side of highway.
112.7
181.3
Services fuel at highway
Gas diesel, west side of highway.
114.3
184.0
Services fuel at highway
Gas diesel, west side of highway.
114.8
184.7
Community of Gifford, Florida

115.9
186.5
Junction of county roadway # 630

116.4
187.3
City of Vero Beach, Florida
In 1925, the City of Vero was re-incorporated as the City of Vero Beach and was transferred from St. Lucie County to Indian River County,
117.1
188.5
Aviation Blvd.
Access to Vero Beach Airport.
118.1
190.1
Services fuel at highway
Gas diesel, east side of highway.
118.4
190.5
Junction of highway # 60 west
West to communities of Yeehaw Junction, Indian Lake Estates, west access to Kissimmee Prairie Preserve State Park. Surrounded by 54,000 acres of pristine land, campers at Kilpatrick Hammock Campground can experience wilderness camping with all the comforts of home. Water and electricity at each site and a spacious bathhouse with laundry facilities. Just a short bicycle ride from the Kilpatrick Hammock Campground in Kissimmee Prairie Preserve State Park, you can see alligators sunning themselves along Seven-Mile Slough. Or if you are an avid bicyclist you can ride seven miles to see the beautiful Kissimmee River.
118.4
190.5
Junction of highway # 60 east
East access to Vero Beach, Florida.
119.4
192.2
Junction of county roadway # 656

122.0
196.4
Oslo Road
Access to Florida's Great Birding Trail, east of highway.
124.3
200.0
Junction of county roadway # 713 east
St. Lucie County, Florida northern county line. visit to St. Lucie County is a window to Floridas past. Ft. Pierce, the county seat, was the center of the town's activity and gathering place for the early settlers. Spruce Bluff, in Port St. Lucie, where the first known inhabitants settled is the site of an Ais Indian burial ground.
124.8
200.8
Junction of county roadway # 713 west
Access to interstate # 95.
126.4
203.4
Community of Indrio, Florida

126.8
204.0
Junction of county roadway # 614

128.5
206.8
Junction of county roadway # 615( Martin Luther King Blvd )

129.4
208.3
Junction of county roadway # 608 west

130.5
210.0
Junction of highway # a1a north
East access to The Navy Seal Museum. East to Fort Pierce Inlet State Park. Ft. Pierce Inlet State Parks half-mile stretch of white sand is not just another sunny Florida beach. During World War II, it was the birthplace and training ground for U.S. Navy Frogmen, forerunners of todays Navy Seals.
130.5
210.0
City of Fort Pierce, Florida
As one of the oldest communities on the east coast of Florida. Offshore Fishing and Diving-From the Ft. Pierce Inlet, the famous Gulf Stream current is just five to ten miles offshore. Its warm flow carries nutrients and species from the Caribbean to Floridas Treasure Coast. Marlin, atlantic sailfish,yellow fin tuna, kingfish, wahoo and dolphin are caught offshore aboard the charter boats that leave from the Ft. Pierce city docks. The offshore reefs are also abundant habitats for Floridas spiny lobster, grouper, snapper, jack crevalle, and a myriad of colorful atlantic tropicals such as angelfish, damselfish and wrasses.
130.8
210.5
Point of Information
Crossing Taylor Creek.
131.6
211.8
Junction of highway # a1a south
East of highway.
132.0
212.4
Fort Pierce business district

132.2
212.7
Junction of highway # 68
Access to Interstate highway # 95.
133.6
215.0
Junction of highway # 70
Access to Interstate Highway #95, access to Florida's Turnpike. At the center of Florida's heartland, Lake Okeechobee is the largest of Florida lakes and the second largest freshwater lake within the United States. It's name is derived from the Seminole Indian words meaning 'big water.' Covering 730 square miles with an average depth of ten feet, Lake Okeechobee is a tropical paradise for all outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy. The lake is often noted as the 'Bass Capital of the World'
134.6
216.6
Junction of county roadway # 611 ( Edwards Ave )
West side of highway.
135.5
218.1
Farmers Market Road
Access to Lodging, west side of highway.
137.1
220.7
Midway Road
Community of White City
138.0
222.1
Services fuel at highway
Gas diesel, west side
138.3
222.6
Prima Vista Blvd.
Access to Interstate # 95.
139.1
223.8
Kitterman Road
Services fuel at highway, gas diesel, west side of highway.
140.9
226.7
Spanish Lake Blvd.
West side of highway.
141.4
227.5
City of Port St. Lucie, Florida
It is believed that the name 'St. Lucie' was first introduced to the area by the Spanish. In 1565 Fort Santa Lucia was built by the Spanish, at the Jupiter Inlet. Construction for this fort began on December 13th, the feast day of the Roman Catholic Saint Lucia. Pedro Menendez de Aviles established a colony in 1567 called 'Santa Lucia' somewhere between Vero Beach and Stuart. Old Spanish maps identify the area as Santa Lucia.
142.6
229.5
Access to Florida's Great Birding Trail
East of the highway.
144.2
232.0
Jennings Road
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