Florida State Road 267

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State Road 267 marker

State Road 267
Route information
Maintained by FDOT
Length: 59.478 mi[1] (95.721 km)
Major junctions
South end: US 98 in Newport
  SR 20 in Bloxham
US 90 in Quincy
North end: SR 302 towards Bainbridge, GA
Highway system
SR 265 SR 269

State Road 267 (SR 267) is a north–south state route in the eastern Florida panhandle, west of Tallahassee.

The route begins at US 98 in Newport and heads northwest as it crosses SR 363, passes Wakulla Springs, crosses US 319, and continues through the Apalachicola National Forest. It briefly joins with SR 20 to cross the Ochlockonee River, then splits to continue northward to I-10, US 90 in Quincy, and the Georgia state line, where it continues as State Route 302.

Major intersections[edit]

County Location Mile[1] km Destinations Notes
Wakulla Newport 0.000 0.000 US 98 (SR 30)
Wakulla 3.765 6.059 SR 363 – St. Marks, Woodville, Natural Bridge Battlefield Historic State Park, Wakulla Correctional Institution
3.880 6.244 CR 365 south – Crawfordville
  8.820 14.194 CR 61 – Tallahassee
  12.204 19.640 US 319 (SR 369) – Crawfordville, Tallahassee
Hilliardville 14.865 23.923 CR 373 north
Leon   16.690 26.860 Helen Guard Station Road former SR 267A east
Bloxham 30.790 49.552 SR 20 east – Tallahassee south end of SR 20 overlap
  31.193 50.200 CR 375 south (Smith Creek Road) – Ochlockonee River State Park
Ochlockonee River 32.38 52.11 Bridge
Liberty   32.680 52.593 CR 0120 east
  34.334 55.255 SR 20 west – Hosford north end of SR 20 overlap
Gadsden   41.602 66.952 CR 65C south (McCall Bridge Road) – Wallwood Scout Reservation
Wetumpka 42.342 68.143 CR 65B (Old Federal Road)
  46.425 74.714 CR 267A south (Spooner Road)
  46.69 75.14 I‑10 (SR 8) – Pensacola, Tallahassee
Quincy 49.446 79.576 CR 274 (Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard) – Gadsden Technical Institute
50.147 80.704 US 90 west (Jefferson Street / SR 10) / Pat Thomas Parkway (CR 268 west) – Chattahoochee south end of US 90 / SR 10 overlap
50.990 82.060 US 90 east (Jefferson Street / SR 10) / CR 268 east (Adams Street) – Gadsden Technical Institute north end of US 90 / SR 10 overlap
  52.423 84.367 CR 270A east (Salter Road)
  55.246 88.910 CR 272 east (Old Philadelphia Church Road)
  55.625 89.520 CR 483 west (Shade Farm Road)
  56.463 90.868 CR 272 west (Hutchinson Ferry Road)
  59.478 95.721 SR 302 north Georgia state line
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

County Road 267A[edit]

County Road 267A
Location: Gadsden County

County Road 267A is the only suffixed alternate of SR 267. The road is named Spooner Road and can be found south of Quincy. It begins south of the interchange with I-10 and runs southeast to County Road 65B (Old Federal Highway).

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b FDOT straight line diagrams, accessed February 2014

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