Suncoast Scenic Parkway
Byway Length: 42 Miles
Designated: August 18, 2006
FDOT District: Turnpike
Linking established and emerging areas of development in Hillsborough, Pasco and Hernando Counties, the four-lane, limited-access Suncoast Parkway (SR 589) has maintained its unique aesthetic design, developed to ensure a memorable overall scenic experience. The parkway is part of Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise and it is a toll road.
The Suncoast Corridor, which includes the Suncoast Scenic Parkway and Suncoast Trail, is designed to coexist in harmony with the natural surroundings.
The 42-mile Suncoast Corridor provides a safe, convenient, and enjoyable opportunity for travel and outdoor fitness for West Central Florida, while helping to meet Florida’s transportation needs. The Suncoast Trail enables non-motorized travel through a verdent greenway while providing connections to a number of multi-use trails, recreation and nature parks, and other destinations.
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Located just north of Tampa in the western portion of the state, this parkway (589) links three counties Hillsborough, Pasco and Hernando between Citrus Park and Sugar Mill Woods.
From the North: I-75 South to exit #301(US 98N) towards Brooksville. Turn left onto SR-589-TOLL S ramp to Tampa, merge onto Suncoast Parkway. Travel south to Van Dyke Road in Hillsborough County.
From the South: I-75 North to exit #261(I-4W) in Tampa. Take exit onto I-275 S toward Tampa Airport. Travel on I-275 S to exit 39(SR-60W) toward Clearwater. Continue on SR-589-TOLL N. Start at Van Dyke Road in Hillsborough County, go north on Suncoast Parkway, and at US 98.
These are specific resources for this byway. See Associated Florida Resources for connections to organizations affecting all byways in Florida.
Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce:
Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise: