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View from highway - Photo - Florida's - Welcome highway sign
View from highway -  Photo - Florida's - Welcome highway sign
Welcome to Florida
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View from highway - Florida's Turnpike highway signs
View from highway  - Florida's Turnpike  highway signs
Florida's Turnpike
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Port St. Lucie Blvd. - Exit # 142 - Florida's Turnpike
City of St. Lucie, Florida. It is common belief that the Spanish people first introduced the name 'St. Lucie' to the area. Fort Santa Lucia was built by the Spanish at the Jupiter Inlet in 1565. Construction of this fort started on December 13, feast day of the Roman Catholic Saint Lucia. In 1567, Pedro Menendez de Aviles established a colony called 'Santa Lucia' between Vero Beach and Stuart. The area is identified as Santa Lucia in old Spanish maps.
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Martin County, Florida
Northern county limits. Martin County is ideally located approximately halfway between Miami and Orlando. Martin County attractions: Barn Theatre Stuart, Florida. Blowing Rocks Preserve, Hobe Sound, Florida, Canal Point Recreation Area, Stuart, Florida, Elliott Museum, Hutchinson Island, Florida, Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center, Hutchinson Island, Florida, Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge, Palm City, Florida, Island Princess Cruises, Stuart, Florida, Jensen Beach Historical Museum, Jensen Beach, Florida, Maritime & Yachting Museum, Stuart, Florida, Midtown Payson Galleries, Hobe Sound, Florida, Stuart Heritage Museum Stuart, Florida, U.S. Sailing Center, Jensen, Florida. Beach
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Exit # 133
Access to County roadway # 714, east access to communities of Stuart, Florida, Jensen Beach, Florida, Ocean Breeze Park, Florida, Seawall's Point, Florida, Port Salerno, Florida, east to St. Lucie Preserve State Park. St. Lucie Inlet Preserve State Park comprises the northern 928 acres of Jupiter Island. Abundantly endowed with mangrove-lined creeks and more than 2.5 miles of Atlantic beach. A covered picnic pavilion and restroom facilities are located at the east end of the boardwalk near the beach.
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Exit # 133
Access to County roadway # 714, west to Lake Okeechobee Lake, Florida recreation area. Lake Okeechobee is the 'liquid heart' of South Florida, located in south-central Florida. It is 730 square mile, relatively shallow lake with an average depth of 9 feet (2.7 meters). Lake Okeechobee and the Okeechobee Waterway has a reputation for excellent fishing. More than 40 species of fish are found in the lake. The most sought-after are the Largemouth Bass, Blue Gill, and the famous Okeechobee Catfish, and Black Crappie, locally known as 'specks.' Fishing enthusiasts who travel the waterway may also find salt water species such as Tarpon and Snook near the W.P. Franklin Lock and the St. Lucie Lock. It is the second-largest freshwater lake in the continental United States, second only to Lake Michigan. Lake Okeechobee's drainage basin covers more than 4,600 square miles
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Thomas V. Manual Bridge

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Palm Beach County, Florida
Northern county line. From the pink-colored buildings in Boca Raton to the tropical flora of Jupiter, from the cobbled sidewalks of downtown West Palm Beach to 47 miles of beachfront touched by the dark blue waters of the Atlantic, from the vast shoreline of Lake Okeechobee, Florida to the magnificent American castles of Palm Beach, The Best of Everything is here in Palm Beach County, Florida. Attractions include: American Orchid Society Visitors Center and Botanical Garden, Delray Beach, Florida, Boca Raton Historical Society, Boca Raton, Florida, Canoe Outfitters of Florida, Jupiter, Florida, Clematis by Night Fountainside Concert Series, West Palm Beach, Florida, DivaDuck Amphibious Tours, West Palm Beach, Florida, Downtown at the Gardens, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse, Jupiter, Florida, Loxahatchee Everglades Tours, Boca Raton, Florida, Mariah, Sailing Catamaran, North Palm Beach, Florida, Palm Beach Princess, Riviera Beach, Florida, Palm Beach Zoo at Dreher Park, West Palm Beach, Florida, Party Line Cruise Company, Riviera Beach, Florida, Roger Dean Stadium, Jupiter, Florida, South Florida Science Museum, West Palm Beach, Florida.
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Exit # 116 ( Indian Town Road )
Access to highway # 706, east to the communities of Juniper, Florida, Juniper Beach Colony, Florida, Tequesta. West to communities of Indiantown, Florida, Port Mayaca, Florida, east to Johnthan Dickinson State Park. Close to 11,500 acres of land and river await the visitor to Jonathan Dickinson State Park. The park offers camping, canoeing, hiking and bicycling, picnicking, fresh and saltwater fishing and guided tours of the Loxahatchee River. Two family campgrounds are to be found at Jonathan Dickinson State Park. Pine Grove Campground, with 90 sites, is located near the ranger station in the east part of the park. The River Campground is about four miles from the park entrance, near the Loxahatchee River. It has 45 sites. Both campgrounds have large, tiled bathhouses with hot-water showers, and sites with water, electric, table and grill. There is a dump station in each campground.
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Point of Interest
At this point the Turnpike is named 'Ronald Reagan Turnpike'
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Exit # 109 ( P G A Ave )
Access to Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, Motor Sports Park, Florida. Access to highway # 786, east to communities of Juno Beach, Florida. North Palm Beach Lake Park, Palm Beach Shores, Florida, access to city of West Palm Beach, Florida. East to John D. Mac Arthur Beach State Park. The park has approximately 1.8 miles of undeveloped, pristine, natural beach. Restrooms, changing rooms, outdoor showers and drinking water are available near the beach. Camping is not available at John D. MacArthur Beach State Park, as it is a day use park.
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Exit # 99 ( Okeechobee Blvd. )
Access to the cities of Royal Palm Beach, Florida, West Palm Beach, Florida, Palm Beach Shores, Florida, Palm Beach, Florida.
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Access to emergency callbox
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Exit # 98 ( Southern Blvd )
Access to highway # 98, east to communities of Golfview, Florida, Haverhill, Florida, Glen Ridge, Florida. West to Lake Okeechobee, Florida, communities of Southern, Florida, Brandon, Florida, Tampa, Florida, St Petersburg, Florida. East to Palm Beach Airport.
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Access to emergency callbox
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Florida'a Turnpike Service Plaza - Roadside Turout
All Services , fuel gas diesel at Plaza, access to washrooms, resturants, public telephones.
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Exit # 93 Lake Worth Drive
Access to highway # 802. Access to communities of Green Acres, Florida, Palm Spring, Florida, Palm Beach, Florida, Lake Worth, Florida, Lantana, Florida.
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View from highway
Driving south.
Driving south.
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Exit # 86 ( Boynton Beach Blvd. )
Access to highway # 804, east to communities of Boynton Beach, Florida, Ocean Ridge, Florida, Brinu Beach, Florida, Gulf Steam, Florida, Hypoluxo, Florida.
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Access to emergency callbox
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Exit # 81 ( Atlantic Ave )
Access to highway # 806, east to communities of Kings Point, Florida, Oriole, Florida, Delray Beach, Florida, Highland Beach, Florida. Services fuel off highway.
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Exit # 75 ( Glades Road )
Access to highway # 808, east to community of Boca Raton, Florida, east to Florida Atlantic University. Services fuel, gas diesel off highway.
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Broward County
Northern county line.
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Exit # 71
City of Coconut Beach, Florida. Access to highway # 869, Access to communities of Deerfield Beach, Florida, Coral Springs. Florida. Juction of The Sawgrass Expressway ( TOLL HIGHWAY )west of highway. Florida's Turnpike purchased the completed Sawgrass Expressway from Broward County in 1989.
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View from highway
Driving south. Looking west at the Sawgrass Expressway toll gate.
Driving south. Looking west at the Sawgrass Expressway toll gate.
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Access to emergency callbox
Both sides of highway.
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Exit # 69 ( Sample Road )
Access to highway # 834, west to Coral Springs, Florida, east to communities of Deerfield Beach, Florida, Lighthouse Point, Florida, Hillsboro Beach, Florida.
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Access to emergency callbox
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Exit # 67 ( Martin Luther King Blvd ) & Coconut Creek Parkway
Exit # 67 ( Martin Luther King Blvd ) & Coconut Creek Parkway

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Access to emergency callbox
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Exit # 66 ( Atlantic Blvd )
Community of Margate, access to highway # 814 access to North Lauderdale, Florida, Pompano Beach, Florida, Sea Ranch Lakes.
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Florida'a Turnpike Service Plaza - Roadside Turout
All Services , fuel gas diesel at Plaza, access to washrooms, resturants, public telephones.
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View from highway
Driving south.
Driving south.
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Exit # 62 ( Commercial Blvd )
Access to highway # 870, east to communities of Oakland Park, Wilton Manors, Lauderdale by the sea, Sea Ranch Lakes.
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Exit # 58 ( Sunrise Blvd )
Access to highway # 838, Lauderhill, east to Fort Lauderdale, east to Hugh Taylor Birch State Park. Several shaded picnic areas with playground equipment, pavilions and barbecue grills are conveniently located close to parking throughout the park. Attractions in Fort Lauderdale: Riverwalk Arts and Entertainment District in downtown Fort Lauderdale, Broward Center for the Performing Arts, Museum of Discovery and Science, Florida Grand Opera, Old Fort Lauderdale, Stranahan House and the Museum of Art.
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Access to emergency callbox
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Exit # 54
Exit #  54
Junction of Interstate highways # 595 & # 75 ( Alligator Alley ) West to cities of Naples, Florida, North Naples, Florida, Cape Coral, Florida, Fort Myers, Florida. Alligator Alley (I-75) is one of the major east-west highways that cross South Florida. Driving east to west along Alligator Alley, one travels through the populated Naples area with its manicured golf courses, the wilderness of Big Cypress Swamp and the sawgrass marshes. East to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Port Everglades Florida.
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Exit # 53
Access to highway # 53, access to communities of Cooper City, Florida, Southwest Ranches. East to Dania Beach, Florida, John U Lloyd State Park. For those interested in the underwater beauty of South Florida, Lloyd Beach has one of the easiest and interesting shore dives in the area. You can follow the submerged Eurojacks to the first reef. This allows snorkelers and divers to see a vast array of sealife including tropical and sport fish, sharks and Florida lobster.
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Point of Information
Seminole Indian Reservation, northern limits.
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Access to emergency callbox
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Access to emergency callbox
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Exit # 49 ( Hollywood Blvd & Pine Blvd )
Exit # 49  ( Hollywood Blvd & Pine Blvd )
Access to highway # 820, west to Pembrook Pines, Florida, east to City of Hollywood, Florida, east to Hollywood Greyhound Track, east to communities of Hallandale Beach, Florida, Golden Beach, Florida.
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Access to emergency callbox
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Exit # 47 ( North 27th Ave )
Access to communities of Miami Gardens, Florida, Pembroke Park, Florida, North Miami Beach, Florida.
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Florida'a Turnpike Service Plaza - Roadside Turout
All Services , fuel gas diesel at Plaza, access to washrooms, resturants, public telephones.
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View from highway
Driving south.
Driving south.
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Access to emergency callbox
Both sides of highway.
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Access to emergency callbox
West side of highway.
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Exit # 43 ( Red Road & N W 57th Ave )
Access to highway # 823, north to Hialeah, Florida, Miami Lakes, Florida. Access to North Miami Beach, Florida, Oleta River State Park. Oleta River State Park offers visitors a variety of recreational opportunities including kayaking, mountain biking, camping in air-conditioned cabins, swimming, fishing, trail walking and picnicking. This is all available along the scenic Biscayne Bay, Florida.
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Miami - Dade County
Northern county line.
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Access to emergency callbox
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View from highway
Driving south.
Driving south.
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Access to emergency callbox
Both sides of highway.
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Access to emergency callbox
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Exit # 35 ( Okeechobee Blvd )
Exit # 35 ( Okeechobee Blvd )
Access to highway # 27, access to City of Miami, Florida, Miami Beach, Florida. Attractions in and around Miami Beach: Miami Art Museum, Miami Children's Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art- North Miami, Theatre of the Performing Arts - Miami Beach, The Miami Museum of Science and Planetarium, Bass Museum of Art - Miami Beach, Historical Museum of South Florida - Miami, Lowe Art Museum at the University of Miami, The Wolfsonian Museum of Modern Art and Design, The Coconut Grove Playhouse - Miami (Coconut Grove), The Lincoln Theatre - Miami Beach.
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Access to emergency callbox
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Exit # 34 ( N W 106 Street & Gran Park Blvd. )
Access to cities of Hialeah, Florida, Miami, Florida.
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Access to emergency callbox
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Access to emergency callbox
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Exit # 29 ( N W 41st Street )
Access to Doral, Miami Springs, Florida, Miami, Florida, Miami Beach, Florida.
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Exits # 26 & # 27
Community of Sweetwater, Florida.Access to highway # 836, east to Downtown Miami, Florida, Miami Beach, Florida, east access to The Orange Bowl, Miami International Airport.
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Exit # 25 ( S W 8th Street )
Junction of highway # 41 (The Tamiami Trail Scenic Highway). As you travel along the Tamiami Trail Scenic Highway, you will experience one of the largest remaining tropical wildernesses in the continental U.S., the Florida Everglades. A truly unique ecosystem, the everglades are home to an abundance of plant and animal life. Explore the many public lands on or accessed by the byway, including Big Cypress National Preserve, Everglades National Park, Ten Thousand Islands National Wildlife Refuge, Fakahatchee Strand State Preserve, and Collier Seminole State Parks. The Tamiami Trail offers visitors an opportunity to escape into the wilds of Florida where you can search for endangered Florida panthers or cigar orchids. While in Big Cypress National Preserve, take advantage of opportunities to bike, hike, canoe, and picnic. West to Everglades City, Naples, Fort Myers. West to The Everglades National Park, Big Cypress National Preserve.
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Exit # 23 ( S W 40th Street )
Access to highway # 976, east to community of Westwood Lake, Florida, east to Barnacle Historic State Park. Tour the oldest home in Miami-Dade County in its original location. Home to pioneer boat designer Ralph Middleton Munroe,
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View from highway
Driving south.
Driving south.
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Access to emergency callbox
Both sides of highway.
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View from highway
Driving south.
Driving south.
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Exit # 20 ( Kendal Road & S W 88th Street )
Access to highway # 94, east to the communities of Coral Gables, Florida, west access to The Everglades National Park.
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Access to emergency callbox
Both sides of highway.
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Florida'a Turnpike Service Plaza - Roadside Turout
All Services , fuel gas diesel at Plaza, access to washrooms, resturants, public telephones, visitor Information.
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Exit # 19

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Exit # 16 ( S W 152 Street )
Junction of highway # 992, east to the community of Palmetto Bay, Florida, access to Richmond Hights, Florida.
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Exit # 13 ( Eureka Drive )
Access to highway # 994, west to South Miami Hights, Florida, east to Palmetto Bay, Florida.
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Exit # 12 ( Caribbean Blvd & S W 200th Street )
Junction of U S highway #1, south to community of Goulds, Florida, Princeton, Florida, Naranja, Florida, Homestead, Florida. North to Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park has 18 covered pavilions provide shaded picnicking overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay. Some of the best shoreline fishing in the region is available from the seawall located along Biscayne Bay. The concession offers a variety of rentals including bicycles, Hydrobikes, ocean kayaks, Hobie Waves, beach chairs and umbrellas.
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Exit # 11 ( Cutler Ridge Blvd. )

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Access to emergency callbox
Both sides of highway.
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Florida Turnpike Toll Booth

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Exit # 9b

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Access to emergency callbox
Both sides of highway.
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Exit # 9a
Access to highway # 989, access to community of Naranja, Florida.
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Access to emergency callbox
Both sides of highway.
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Access to emergency callbox
Both sides of highway.
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Access to Biscayne National Park
East of highway. The lands and submerged bottomlands of Biscayne National Park are rich with archeological remains that document the cultural history of southern Florida and the Florida Keys. Submerged archeological sites include an array of shipwrecks. Biscayne Bay's living coral reefs, mangrove shoreline, emerald islands, and crystal clear waters make it a wonderful place to visit. Nearly 500,000 people, most of whom come by private boat, visit the park every year.
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Exit # 6 ( S W 137th Ave & Speedway Blvd )
Access to Homestead Air Reserve Base.
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Exit # 5 ( S W 288 Street )

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Access to emergency callbox
West side of highway.
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View from highway
Driving south.
Driving south.
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Access to emergency callbox
Both sides of highway.
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Access to emergency callbox
Both sides of highway.
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Exit # 2 ( Campbell Drive )
Access to city of Homestead, Florida.
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Access to emergency callbox
Both sides of highway.
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Access to emergency callbox
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Exit # 1 Junction of highway #1 ( Florida Keys Scenic Highway )
Access to Florida City & Homestead, Florida. End of The Florida Turnpike, south to Key Largo, Florida, Islamorada, Florida, Marathon, Florida, Key West, Florida.
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