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Heritage Crossroads: Miles of History Heritage Highway

Heritage Crossroads: Miles of History – The roadways identified on this Heritage Corridor, located in Flagler, Volusia and St. Johns Counties, endow the traveler with a unique agricultural and river to sea experience. The historic communities of Espanola, Bunnell, and Flagler Beach are tied to Florida’s early transportation. Take a ride down Old Dixie Highway, built in 1914. It is the longest continuous 9 miles of original brick road in the Southeastern United States. Or tour the Old Kings road, which is the oldest commercial road in Florida built by British Engineers around 1776. The Heritage Crossroads: Mile of History corridor is composed of the following roadways: Old Kings Road (19 miles), US 1 (19 miles), CR 205 (5 miles), Old Brick Road (9 miles), CR 205 (4 miles), SR 100 (13 miles), SR 11 (15 miles) and John Anderson Highway (5 miles).

Heritage Crossroads: Miles of History Heritage Highway

Beginning at the southern boundary of Flagler County, proceed north on Old Kings Road, crossing SR-100 into Palm Coast, and continuing northward to US 1. Turn north on US 1 to CR 204 in St. Johns County, turning west. Continue to Old Brick Road (CR 13), and turn south; travel southward to Espanola. At Espanola, continue west on CR 205 to US 1 and Bunnell; or travel southeast on CR 13 to US 1, and into Bunnell. Proceed south on US 1 to Korona, then southeast on South Old Dixie Highway, crossing I-95 into Volusia County at Walter Boardman Lane. Proceed northward into Flagler County on John Anderson Highway to SR-100. Turn east and continue to Flagler Beach, then back track westward through Bunnell on SR-100, crossing US 1 and continuing southward on SR-11 to the county line.

Heritage Crossroads: Miles of History Heritage Highway

Heritage Crossroads

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St. Johns County

City of Palm Coast

City of Flagler Beach

Bulow Creek State Park

Heritage Crossroads: Miles of History Heritage Highway

Pellicer Creek Aquatic Preserve - 7,100 acres of Outstanding Florida Water and State Canoe Trail composed of undisturbed marsh, waterway and upland. (850) 245-2094

Florida Agricultural Museum - A collection of preserved buildings representative of late 19th and early 20th century Florida and the Princess Place Preserve. (386) 446-7630 

Bulow Plantation Ruins State Park -  A reminder from the early days of large scale sugar cane planting in Florida. The route also travels through the historic district of Bunnell, bringing you face-to-face with some of the oldest and most grand constructions in this part of the state. (386) 517-2084