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Florida United States #19 Highway Guide

Miles Kms Item Summary
0.0
0.0
121 ft.
Florida/Georgia State Line
North to Thomasville, Gerogia. Highway #57 overlaps US Highway #19 at this point and heads south.
8.4
13.5
233 ft.
Junction of US Highway #90 - State Route #10 - Monticello
East to Suwannee River Florida State Park. Facilities: 30 campsites, picnic table, grill, 50 amp electric service, water, sewer hook-ups, showers, Day Park picnic area. Canoeing & Kayaking, Hiking/Nature Trail. East to Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center Florida State Park. Facilities: 45 campsites, electricity, water, picnic table and fire ring, dump station, group camping, day park picnic area, hiking, horseback riding, bicycling, fishing. NOTE: State Highway #57 overlaps US #19 at this point and heads south. 

13.4
21.6
200 ft.
Junction of US Interstate Highway 10 & Florida Route 8


18.2
29.3
190 ft.
U S Highway #27
Apalachee Parkway/ Perry Highway. West to communities of Waukeenah, Florida, Tallahassee, Florida. US #27 overlaps US #19 at this point.
24.5
39.5
66 ft.
Lamont, Florida
County Roadway #257
25.2
40.5
49 ft.
Point of information
Crossing Aucilla River, Florida,a 75 mi (121 km) long river
47.4
76.3
43 ft.
Junction of US Highway #27 US #221 US #98 & State #30 & #55. - Perry
Community of Perry, Florida. Attractions: - Forest Capital State Museum - Florida State Bluegrass Festival - Southern Pines Blues and BBQ. - Overlap of US Highway #27 & State #20 ends at this point and heads east. - US#55, US #98, overlap US#19. -
48.5
78.0
39 ft.
US Highway #221 & State #55
North to Perry, Florida. West access to Taylor Square Shopping Center. Note: Srte Highway #55 overlaps US#19 at this point.
50.2
80.8
46 ft.
Forest Capital Museum Florida State Park
West side of highway. Picnic Area. The Museum The features the history of forestry in Florida. There is a visitor information area.
71.5
115.0
30 ft.
S. Canal Road
East access to Steinhatchee Conversation Area, FL.
75.7
121.9
20 ft.
Junction of Kansas Route #51 - Tennille,
Community of Tennille, Florida. North to Cooks Hammock, Florida, Mayo, Florida. North to Peacock Springs Florida State Park.The park features one of the longest underwater cave systems in the continental United States. Picnic tables, grills, hiking/nature Trail, no camping. West to Community of Steinhatchee, Florida, Jetna, Florida,
84.4
135.9
33 ft.
Steinhatchee Wildlife Management Area
Access West of highway.
92.3
148.5
39 ft.
Cross City, Florida
Access from highway
93.5
150.4
39 ft.
Access to Cross City Airport
East of highway.
105.2
169.3
7 ft.
Point of Information
Crossing the Suwannee River, Florida, a wild blackwater river, about 266 miles long.
105.8
170.3
33 ft.
Junction of Florida Route #26. - Fanning Springs
Community of Fanning Springs, Florida. Attractions: Florida State Park Fanning Springs, facilities, Tent camping is available only to those arriving by kayak, bicycle or on foot. Primitive Camping.

113.3
182.3
36 ft.
County Route #320
West access to Manatee Springs Florida State Park, facilities: 60 campsites all by the Atlantic Ocean. picnic tables, ground grill, water and electricity. Three restrooms, hot showers, day park picnic area, Picnic Pavilion, Playground, Swimming area, wildlife viewing, hiking/nature trail 8.5 miles in length, canoeing and kayaking, freshwater fishing in the Suwannee River for Largemouth bass, catfish and a variety of panfish, RV dump station, pets are welcome. campground.
114.0
183.5
36 ft.
US Highway #129
East via US #129 to communities of Trenton, Florida, Bell, Florida.
114.2
183.7
39 ft.
Junction of US #27 Kansas Route #500 - Chiefland
Community of Chiefland Florida. Attractions: Chiefland Annual Watermelon Festival, first Saturday in June. - Chiefland Chamber's Annual Christmas & Winter Festival. Overlap of US Highway #27 ends at this point - East to communities of Bronson, Florida, East Bronson, Florida, Merediths, Florida.
115.0
185.0
33 ft.
State Route #345
Access to Chiefland Florida - West access to Lower Suwanee National Wildlife Refuge. west access to City of Chiefland Eddie Buie Park.
126.5
203.6
26 ft.
State Highway #24
Community of Otter Creek, Florida. West to Ellzey, Florida, Rosewood, Florida, Cedar Key, Florida. West to Cedar Key Museum Florida State Park, facilities, visitor information center, hiking nature trails. The museum features collections has sea shells and Indian artifacts. East to Brosson, Florida, Archer, Florida.
132.4
213.1
13 ft.
State Highway #326
East to communities of Morriston, Florida, Montbrooke, Florida, Silver Springs Florida, Ocala, Florida. East access to Lower Waccasassa Conservation Area, FL.
140.6
226.3
26 ft.
Junction of State Highway #121 - Lebanon
Community of Lebanon, Florida. West to communities of Morriston, Florida, Montbrook, Florida. West access to Goethe Florida State Forest. Picnic areas, hiking trails, bicycling, horseback riding, fishing, wildlife viewing.
149.1
239.9
16 ft.
State Highway #40A
West to community of Yankeetown, Florida. -
150.4
242.0
16 ft.
Highway #40 East

155.1
249.6
13 ft.
County Road #488
East to communities of Citronelle, Florida, Dunnellon, Florida, Citrus, Springs.
158.9
255.7
7 ft.
Access to Crystal RiverHistoric Memorial
West of highway,
160.8
258.7
3 ft.
County Roadway #495
City of Crystal River, Florida, attractions observing the manatees.
161.2
259.4
3 ft.
State Highway #44
The Florida State Highway #44 in called the Gulf to Lake Highway. East to communities of Lecanto, Florida, Citrus Hills, Florida, Inverness, Florida. East access to The Citrus Wilflife Management Area
162.3
261.2
10 ft.
County Road #44
Community of Paradise Point, Florida. West access to Crystal River Archaeological Florida State Park. West to Crystal River Florida State Park this park borders 20 miles of the northern Gulf Coast. The park offers nine miles of trails for hiking/bicycling. There is a two-and-a-half mile interpretive trail explaining native wildlife and plants.
164.2
264.2
10 ft.
County Roadway #494
West to communities of Ozello, Florida, Black Creek, Florida.
167.8
270.1
7 ft.
Homosassa Springs, Florida
State Highway #490A. Access to Homosassa Springs Shopping Center, west of highway. - West access to Homosassa, Florida, west to Homosassa Springs Wildlife Florida State Park, features: Day Picnic park, Visitor Center, a 1.10 mile Hiking/Nature Trail, boat Tours. Viewing of manatees, black bears, white-tailed deer, bobcats, American alligators, American crocodiles, and river otters.
169.1
272.1
7 ft.
W. Green Acres St.
West access to Chassahowitzka National Wildlife Refuge, Florida. This refuge 25 different species of mammals, 250 species of birds and the endangered West Indian Manatee.
174.0
280.0
16 ft.
Junction of US Highway #98 & State #700
West via County Road #480 To the Chassahowitzka National Wildlife Refuge and the Chassahowitzka River and Coastal Swamps. West to Chassahowitzka River Campground, amenities: Full RV hook-ups, bath House, primitive tent area, laundry facilities, boat canoe Rentals, boat ramp, store, pets allowed. NOTE: overlap of US Highway #98 ends at this point.
188.2
302.9
20 ft.
State Highway #50
West via Cortez Blvd to community of Weeki Wachee Gardens, Florida, Bayport, Florida. East via #50 to North Weeki Wachee, Florida, High Point, Florida, Brookridge, Florida, Wiscon, Florida, Brooksville, Florida. Access from highway to Village at Timberpines Shopping Center.
188.5
303.3
30 ft.
Weeki Wachee Springs Waterpark, Florida
West of highway. The park is one of Florida’s most unique & oldest and roadside attractions. One can take a riverboat ride down the Weeki Wachee River, the waters are full of manatees, otters, turtles and bubbling water springs.
190.7
306.9
30 ft.
Forest Oaks Blvd.
Access to communities of Berkeley, Florida and Weeki Wachee Acres, Florida.
193.6
311.5
20 ft.
Spring Hill Drive
City of Spring Hill, Florida, west of highway. Attractions: Nature Coast Botanical Gardens - Hernando Heritage Museum, shows displays of 10,000 artifacts, Florida civil war reenactment, in January - Cedar Key Museum State Park: Features exhibits of the areas local history, collections of sea shells and Indian artifacts. There is a Visitor Information Center, also a hiking trail.
195.5
314.6
16 ft.
County Road #578
West to communities Rainbow Oaks, Florida, Briarwoods, Florida, East to Arlington Woods, Florida, Gulf Coast Estates, Florida.
196.9
316.8
16 ft.
State Highway #595
West to of Aripeka, Florida, Hernando Beach, Florida.
203.7
327.8
10 ft.
Junction of Kansas Route #52, Bayonet Point
Community of Bayonet Point, Florida. East to communities of Grower's Corner, Florida, Antonio, Florida.
205.5
330.7
10 ft.
Cinema Drive
West access to Salt Springs Florida State Park, picnicking, hiking nature trail, and wildlife viewing, boating, fishing. The park has a a 320' deep saltwater spring in the park. East access to Jasmine Estates, Florida.
206.4
332.2
7 ft.
Embassy Blvd.
West access to Gulf View Square Shopping Mall.
209.8
337.6
3 ft.
New Port Richey, Florida
East of highway. West access to Robert Crown Wilderness Area.
211.0
339.6
7 ft.
Southgate Center Shopping Mall
West of highway.
212.2
341.5
26 ft.
State Highway #54
East to communities of Elfers, Florida, Odessa, Florida, Land O' Lakes, Florida. - West access to Beacon Square, Florida.
214.3
344.8
16 ft.
County Highway #595
Holiday, Florida. - West access to Lake Conley, Florida.
214.6
345.3
10 ft.
US Highway #19 ALT
Access to Tarpon Springs, Florida. Tarpon Springs has the highest percentage of Greek-Americans of any city in the U.S. - Attractions in Tarpon Springs: The Sponge Dock District of Tarpon Springs, reminiscent of a seaside village in Greece, Greek cuisine and fresh seafood, Sponge Boats docking area and the Historic Sponge Exchange - Tarpon Springs Aquarium. South to communities of Crystal Beach, Florida, Palm Harbor, Ozona, Florida. - NOTE: For highway travel via 19A - See Free RV Road Map Highway Guide St. Petersburg to Tarpon Springs for driving directions.

217.1
349.4
10 ft.
County Road #582
West to Tarpon Springs, Florida.
218.7
352.0
20 ft.
County Road #880
West to Cove Springs, Florida.
221.8
356.9
75 ft.
County Road #776
Nebraska Ave, west to Palm Harbor, Florida, attractions and events: "Palm Harbor's First Friday Celebrations" - "Taste of Palm Harbor Festival, features live music and food samples from over 20 local restaurants.
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360.2
59 ft.
State Highway #586

225.9
363.5
75 ft.
State Highway #580
East to communities of Safety Harbor, Florida, Oldsmar, Florida. East access to Westfield Countryside Shopping Mall, FL.
228.1
367.0
82 ft.
County Road #576
East to Safety Harbor, Florida, attractions: The Safety Harbor Museum of Regional History
228.6
367.9
56 ft.
State Highway #590
Access to Clearwater, Florida, attractions: # Imagine International Film Festival - Clearwater Celebrates America (July 4) - Hispanic Heritage Festival (October) - Clearwater Jazz Holiday (October) - Fun N Sun Festival (April - May) - Foster Grant Ironman World Championship.
230.1
370.3
49 ft.
State Highway #60
Clearwater, Florida. East via the Courtney Campbell Causeway to Tampa, Florida, Town 'n' Country, Florida, Egypt Lake, Florida, Orient Park, Florida - West to Clearwater, Florida, Clearwater Beach, Florida. West access to Sand Key Park. Facilities include: a beach and a park. two picnic shelters, picnic tables, with grills, playground, restroom, dog park, beach area with cabana rentals.
233.2
375.3
16 ft.
State Highway #686
Largo, Florida. West to comunities of Belleair, Florida, Belleaie Shore, Belleair Bluffs, Florida, Harbor Bluffs, Florida. East access to High Point, Florida, St.Petersburg/Clearwater International Airport.
234.1
376.7
13 ft.
State Highway #893
South to Treasure Island, Florida, South Pasadena, Florida, St. Pete Beach, Florida.
234.8
377.9
13 ft.
State Highway #688
West access to Largo, Florida west to Largo Shopping Mall, west to Indian Rocks Beach, Florida. East to Tampa Florida, Brandon, Florida, Plant City, Florida.
239.3
385.1
10 ft.
State Highway #694
Pineallas Park, Florida, attractions and events: The annual "Country in the Park," 3rd Saturday of March - Annual Florida Strawberry Festival. - Tampa Bay Automobile Museum, features 40 vintage automobiles - Pineallas Park Wagon Wheel Flea Market. West access to communities of Seminole, Florida, Redington Shores, Florida, North Readington Beach, Florida. West to Suncoast Sea Bird Sanctuary, FL; Lake Seminole Park, Amenities: Picnic tables, grills, playground, restrooms.
243.7
392.1
43 ft.
Junction of US #19 ALT. - St. Petersburg
City of St. Petersburg, Florida. Attractions and events in St. Petersburg, FL: Museum of Fine Arts, a history museum. - The Holocaust Museum - The Salvador Dali Museum,this museum has the largest collection of Dal's paintings in the world - The St. Petersburg Pier, a popular tourist attraction. The replica of HMS Bounty used in movie Pirates of the Caribbean is sometime tied up at the dock for viewing. - St. Petersburg Sunken Gardens 100 year old garden, some of the oldest tropical plants in the region. West to communities of Bay Pines, Florida, Madeira Beach, Florida, Treasure Island, Florida, South Pasadena,
247.7
398.6
3 ft.
State Highway #679 (54th Ave S.)
The Pinellas Bayway (Toll)- West to St. Pete Beach, Florida, South Pasadena, Florida, Treasure Island, Florida, Indian Rocks Beach. East to Boyd Hill Nature Park. NOTE: US Highway #19 State Highway #55 will join Interstate Highway #275 which is a Toll Highway.
248.8
400.4
3 ft.
Interstate Highway #275
I#275 is called the Sunshine Skyway Bridge (Toll Highway)
259.6
417.8
3 ft.
Interstate #275 - Toll Station
The Sunshine Skyway Bridge Toll Road
260.6
419.3
3 ft.
Junction of Interstate #275
NOTE Overlap of US #19 and State Highway #55 ends at this point and heads south.
262.1
421.8
3 ft.
Memphis, Florida
South to Palmetto. Florida - North access to community of Rubonia, Florida - Start/Finish of Highway Guide.

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