Northeast Florida Road trips

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Northeast Florida Road trips

Road trips are a great way to learn more about an area and Northeast Florida has a few awesome routes. Most will take you through beautiful and historic scenery, giving you a relaxing way to spend a day in Florida.

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ORANGE PARK AND CRESCENT CITY

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THE FLAGLER BEACH AREA

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SPUDS

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BUNNELL

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SAN MARCO RIVERSIDE

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Orange Park and Crescent City

Orange Park and Crescent City

Take in a country view for more than 60 miles along U.S. Route 17 between Orange Park and Crescent City. Along the way, view the picturesque St. Johns River, enjoy rolling hills (hard to come by in Florida) and stop at places like the Log Cabin Winery.

The Flagler Beach Area

The Flagler Beach Area

On the Ormond Scenic Loop & Trail in the Flagler Beach area, take the double loop along scenic roads where you’ll pass by the Atlantic Ocean and Old Dixie Highway. Other highlights include driving past the winter home of John D. Rockefeller, the historic Ormond Beach fire station and sunset views near Granada Boulevard Bridge.
A day’s drive along A1A from Flagler Beach to Fernandina Beach will help you understand what brings many people to Northeast Florida—the beautiful beaches, temperate winter weather and sunny skies.

Spuds

Spuds
Head off on SR-13 just south of Jacksonville and leisurely make your way to the small town of Spuds. This route gives you a near constant view of the St. Johns River, and you’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time as you drive past old homes and trees covered with Spanish moss. Two highlights along the route: the homes of writer Harriet Beecher Stowe and composer Frederick Delius.

Bunnell

Bunnell

The Carmelite Monastery in Bunnell offers one of the only drive-through versions of the Stations of the Cross, with bronze sculptures depicting scenes of Christ’s suffering and death.

San Marco Riverside

Drive along the river through the neighborhoods of San Marco, Riverside–Avondale and Ortega, where “Dangerous Dan” McGirt is said to have buried treasure.Jacksonville’s William Bartram Scenic & Historic Highway follows the St. Johns River beneath a canopy of moss-draped live oaks.

The open road and Northeast Florida views will have you loving your stay in the area.

Now it’s your turn! Which places have you been? Where do you want to go? Please share your thoughts and experiences with us all!

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