Group Title: Florida Turnpike and the avenues to adventures in Florida's 12 great regions. 1973
Title: Florida Turnpike and the avenues to adventures in Florida's 12 great regions
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 Material Information
Title: Florida Turnpike and the avenues to adventures in Florida's 12 great regions
Physical Description: col. map : ; 55 x 46 cm. fold. to 23 x 9 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Dept. of Transportation
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Tallahassee
Publication Date: 1973?]
 Subjects
Subject: Roads -- Maps -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Maps, Tourist -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Maps -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Roads -- Florida -- 1973   ( local )
Genre: single map   ( marcgt )
indexed   ( marcgt )
 Notes
General Note: Title from verso.
General Note: Pictorial map.
General Note: Indexed for points of interest.
General Note: Text, col. illus., index to Florida State parks, 2 distance tables, and 4 area route maps on verso.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Florida Heritage Project of the State University Libraries of Florida, the Institute for Museum and Library Services, and the U.S. Department of Education's TICFIA granting program.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00015175
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved, Board of Trustees of the University of Florida.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001082863
oclc - 05415760
notis - AFG7903
lccn - 74691410 /MAPS

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A CONVENIENT MILEAGE BREAKDOWN


As you travel along the Florida Turnpike you'll see the Spanish moss
hanging from many of Florida's trees.
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Florida has been a land of cattle since the 16th century.


Florida grows a wide variety of vegetable crops.


SS SANITARY STATION


INFORMATION ABOUT THE FLORIDA TURNPIKE
SPEED LIMITS (Day or Night) Conditions Permitting
M aximum ...... . . . . . 70 mph
M minimum .............................. 40 mph
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY Park only on right shoulder.
Raise hood or trunk or tie a white cloth to aerial.
DO NOT FLAG TRAFFIC! A radio-dispatched vehicle
or Highway Patrolman will be enroute to aid you.
When you see an emergency, please report it to the
next toll plaza or service area.
Beware of "long distance driving!" Take a Florida
orange juice break.
TOLL TICKET Do not bend, mutilate or lose. The toll
to the most distant point from the exit will be charged
if it is lost.
UNAUTHORIZED U-TURNS. U-Turns are prohibited.
If you miss your exit, continue to the next exit or the
nearest service area where you will be authorized to
make a U-Turn.
HITCHHIKING is illegal! Hitchhikers can be dangerous.
MILEPOSTS located in the median.
SANITARY STATIONS for campers are at service
areas 2 and 5.
CHARGE ACCOUNTS are available to commuters and
commercial firms. Discounts for volume users.
CONVENIENT FOOD AND FUEL STOPS at all seven
service areas.
COMPLAINT AND SUGGESTION CARDS ARE
AVAILABLE AT ALL SERVICE AREAS.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
Florida Department of Transportation
Toll Facilities Bureau
Hayden Burns Bldg.
Tallahassee, Fla. 32304


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INDEX
F3
G10
B2
A2
F9
B2
F3
G3
B1
F1
A2
A2

F3

B2
F6
E5
F4
H9

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F8
F4
F2

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B1
G4
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NAME
Anastasia
Bahia Honda
Basin Bayou
Blackwater River
Collier-Seminole
Falling Waters
Faver-Dykes
Flagler Beach
Florida Caverns
Fort Clinch
Fort Pickens
Fred Gannon
Rocky Bayou
Gold Head Branch
(Mike Roess)
Grayton Beach
Highlands Hammock
Hillsborough River
Hontoon Island
John Pennekamp
Coral Reef
Jonathan Dickinson
Koreshan
Lake Griffin
Little Talbot Island

Long Key
Manatee Springs
Myakka River
Ochlockonee River
O'Leno
Pahokee
St. Andrews

St. Joseph (T. H.
Stone Memorial)
Suwannee River
Three Rivers
Tomoka
Torreya


LOCATION
St. Augustine Beach
Bahia Honda Key
7 mi. W. of Freeport
Near Harold
17 mi. South of Naples
3 mi. South of Chipley
15 mi. S. of St. Augustine
Flagler Beach ,
3 mi. N. of Marianna
Fernandina Beach
West of Pensacola Beach
3 mi. East of Niceville

6 mi. N.E. of
Keystone Hgts.
Grayton Beach
6 mi. West of Sebring
6 mi. S.W. of Zephyrhills
6 mi. West of DeLand
Key Largo

13 mi. South of Stuart
Estero
Fruitland Park
17 mi. N.E. of
Jacksonville
Long Key
6 mi. West of Chiefland
17 mi. East of Sarasota
4 mi. South of Sopchoppy
20 mi. South of Lake City
Pahokee
3 mi. East of
Panama City Bch.
Near Port St. Joe

13 mi. W. of Live Oak
1 mi. North of Sneads
Ormond Beach
Between Bristol
& Greensboro


STANDARD FACILITIES: All Florida State Park campgrounds
provide picnic tables with benches, electrical hook-ups, bar-
becue grills, playground equipment, and restrooms equipped
with hot and cold water, showers, lavatories and laundry tubs.


Anastasia
Bahia Honda
Basin Bayou
Blackwater River
Collier-Seminole
Falling Waters
Faver-Dykes
Flagler Beach
Florida Caverns
Fort Clinch
Fort Pickens

Fred Gannon
Gold Head Branch
Grayton Beach

Highlands
Hillsborough R.
Hontoon Island
John Pennekamp
Jonathan D.
Koreshan
Lake Griffin
Little Talbot
Long Key
Manatee Spr.

Myakka R.
Ochlockonee R.
O'Leno
Pahokee
St. Andrews

St. Joseph

Suwannee R.
Three Rivers
Tomoka
Torreya


MILEAGE AND ROUTING
to and from Miami and


FLORIDA
CITIES
Bartow
Bradenton
Bunnell
Clearwater
Cocoa
Daytona
DeLand
Everglades City
Fernandina Beach
Ft. Lauderdale
Fort Myers
Ft. Pierce
Gainesville
Hollywood
Jacksonville
Jasper
Key West
Kissimmee
Lake City
Lake Worth
Lakeland
Leesburg
Live Oak
Margate
Melbourne
Naples
Ocala
Okeechobee
Orlando
Palatka
Panama City

Pensacola
Pompano
Punta Gorda
Riviera Beach
St. Augustine
Sanford
Sarasota
Sebring
Starke
Stuart
Tallahassee
Tampa
Titusville
Vero Beach
Wauchula

West Palm Beach
Wildwood
Winter Haven
Winter Park
GEORGIA
CITIES
Atlanta
Folkston
Macon
Valdosta


TPKE
EXIT
60
12
75
60
56
75
75
12
75
16
12
56
90
8
75
90
1
65
90
36
60
85
90
24
56
12
90
44
75
75
90

90
24
12
40
75
75
12
44
90
52
90
60
56
56
44

40
90
60
75
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EXIT
90
75
90
90


VIA
SR 60
SR 84, Alley* & US 41
1-4 & 1-95 & SR 100
SR 60
US 1
1-4
1-4
SR 84 & Alley*
1-4 & 1-95 & US 17
Turnpike
SR 84, Alley* & US 41
Turnpike
1-75
Turnpike
1-4 & 1-95
1-75
SR 9 & US 1
Turnpike
1-75
Turnpike
SR 60
Turnpike
1-75
SR 814
US 1
SR 84 & Alley*
1-75
SR 710
Turnpike
1-4 & US 17
1-75, US 27, SR 20
& US 231
1-75 & US 90
Turnpike
SR 84, Alley* & US 41
US 441 & US 1
1-4 & 1-95
1-4
SR 84, Alley* & US 41
SR 710 & US 98
1-75 & US 301 via Ocala
Turnpike
1-75 & US 90
SR 60
US 1
US 1
SR 710, US 98,
SR 66 & US 17
Turnpike
Turnpike
SR 60 & US 17
1-4

VIA
1-75 & US 41
1-4 & 1-95 & US 1
1-75
1-75


HIGHWAY
Fla. A1A
U.S. 1
Fla. 20
3 mi. off U. S. 90
U.S. 41
Fla. 77A
E. of U.S. 1
Fla. A1A
Fla. 167
Fla. A1A
U.S. 98
(Fla. 399-399A)
Fla. 20
Fla. 21
Fla. 30A
(S. of U.S. 98)
Off U.S. 27-98
U.S. 301
S. of Fla. 44
U.S. 1
U.S. 1
U.S. 41
U.S. 27-441
Fla. A1A
U.S. 1
Fla. 320 (off
U.S. 19-98)
Fla. 72
U.S. 319
U.S. 41
Fla. 441
Fla. 392
(S. of U.S. 98)
Fla. S-30
(W. of U.S. 98)
U.S. 90
U.S. 90
N. Beach St.
Fla. 12


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MILES
210
227
294
273
193
272
267
91
395
15
143
109
332
6
363
395
167
200
366
49
223
242
386
26
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107
290
117
215
314

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673
24
167
70
326
245
215
165
345
90
470
252
202
128

188
56
260
221
227

MILES
718
405
566
431


Plan To Visit All of Florida ...
Enjoy Florida's variety of natural
beauty, which extends from one
end of the State.to the other, las
b, 0yo; travel to your destinati..n.
Many. scenic wonders make it an
unforgettable experience.

,.Drive carefully. Make- use of the,
"'- 'li.h may.e.xcellent fa lities-provde :,
f uryou bythe .Ft"'turnpik

S e want you to have an enjoy-.' ,
able stay in Florida and hope--
; ou wf returrnsoo as a resa-



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* Alligator Alley to Naples (SR 838) Official Department
of Transportation mileages measured from interchanges.


And Florida is not Florida without its orange groves.


MILES BETWEEN
EXITS


MILES BETWEEN


MILES BETWEEN
SERVICE AREAS


WEST MIAMI
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CAMPING SITES FOR THE FAMILY
IN FLORIDA'S STATE PARK SYSTEM


TAMI.t.il TRAIL




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