Courtney Campbell Scenic Highway
Byway Length: 10 Miles
Designated: May 23, 2005
FDOT District: 7
The Courtney Campbell Causeway is a testament to modern society and nature co-existing in a mutually beneficial manner. The Courtney Campbell Causeway is a vital artery in the body that is Tampa Bay, providing a vital link to the cities of Tampa and Clearwater. It is a porthole to a globally important and unique ecosystem.
The Causeway is literally alive through its self-created ecosystem and the numerous species of wildlife that depend on the causeway for food, shelter, and breeding. Not only does the corridor house wildlife, it also is a haven and destination for people to enjoy themselves. The scenic highway running at sea level along the Bay is a gorgeous drive for the entire length.
Byway Website: tbrpc.org/scenic
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Courtney Campbell Scenic
Byway Website: www.tbrpc.org/scenic
The scenic byway consists of The Courtney Campbell Causeway which is the northernmost bridge across Old Tampa Bay, carrying State Road 60 between Clearwater and Tampa, Florida.
From the North: I-75 South to exit #274 (I-275 S) in Tampa. Travel on I-275 S to exit 39(SR-60W) toward Clearwater. Take SR60W exit on left toward Clearwater.
From the South: I-75 North to exit #261 (I-4W) in Tampa. Take exit onto I-275S toward Tampa Airport. Travel on I-275 S to exit 39(SR-60W) toward Clearwater. Take SR-60W exit on left toward Clearwater.
These are specific resources for this byway. See Associated Florida Resources for connections to organizations affecting all byways in Florida.
City of Tampa:
Clearwater Regional Chamber of Commerce:
Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful: