Florida State Road 87
|Maintained by FDOT|
|Length:||51.687 mi (83.182 km)|
|South end:||US 98 in Navarre|
| US 90 in Milton
SR 4 near Berrydale
|North end:||SR-41 towards Brewton, AL|
State Road 87 (SR 87) is a north–south highway in the state of Florida that extends from U.S. Route 98 (US 98) to the Alabama state line where it becomes State Route 41. All of SR 87 is contained within Santa Rosa County.
|This section requires expansion. (January 2013)|
State Road 87 contains a 19.4-mile (31.2 km) section extending northward from US 98 at Navarre, Florida to US 90 just east of Milton, Florida. This portion of SR 87 is marked as SR 87 South. On this stretch is passes through the western edge of the Eglin Air Force Base training range. From there it shares a 4.6-mile (7.4 km) east–west section of US 90 until it reaches Milton where it turns north onto Stewart Street, and runs for another 30.4-mile (48.9 km) section from Milton, Florida northward to the Alabama state line. This portion of SR 87 is marked as SR 87 North. While within Milton city limits it becomes a divided highway between Ridge Crest Drive and Mitchell Cemetery near Whiting Field in Point Baker.
The entire route is in Santa Rosa County.
|Navarre||0.000||0.000||US 98 (Navarre Parkway / SR 30) – Fort Walton Beach, Gulf Breeze, Zoo||Southern terminus|
|2.140||3.444||CR 399 west (East Bay Boulevard) / Turkey Bluff Road||Eastern terminus of CR 399|
|2.74||4.41||Bridge over East Bay River|
|16.400||26.393||CR 184 west (Hickory Hammock Road) / Nichols Lake Road – Southern Raceway||Eastern terminus of CR 184|
|18.49||29.76||I‑10 (SR 8) – Pensacola, Tallahassee||Exit 31 on I-10|
|19.727||31.748||US 90 east (SR 10) / East Milton Road – Holt, Crestview, Blackwater River State Park, Santa Rosa Correctional Institution||Southern terminus of US 90 concurrency|
|East Milton||22.738||36.593||CR 89 south (Ward Basin Road)|
|Milton||23.77||38.25||Bridge over Blackwater River|
|24.050||38.705||CR 191 south (Canal Street) to I‑10|
|24.322||39.142||US 90 west (Caroline Street / SR 10) – Pace||Northern terminus of US 90 concurrency|
|25.109||40.409||CR 191 north (Munson Highway) – Munson, Blackwater River State Forest||southern terminus of CR 191|
|25.955||41.771||CR 191 west (Magnolia Street)|
|27.531||44.307||SR 89 south (Dogwood Drive)||Southern terminus of SR 89 concurrency|
|Point Baker||29.172||46.948||SR 89 north – Jay||Northern terminus of SR 89 concurrency|
|30.346||48.837||CR 87A east (Langley Street) – NAS Whiting Field||Western terminus of CR 87A|
|Allentown||34.246||55.114||CR 182 west (Allentown Road)|
|39.243||63.155||CR 178 west|
|42.512||68.416||CR 399 west (Country Mill Road)|
|44.496||71.609||SR 4 – Jay, Munson, Blackwater River State Forest|
|49.718||80.013||CR 87A south (Market Road)||Northern terminus of CR 87A|
|Dixonville, AL||51.687||83.182||SR-41 north – Brewton||Northern terminus; Alabama state line|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
County Road 87A
|Location:||Santa Rosa County|
County Road 87A is one of three suffixed alternate county roads of SR 87, according to the Florida Department of Transportation. The first of which is in Milton beginning at the west end of the concurrency of US 90/SR 87 and CR 191. The road begins as Canal Street between US 90/SR 87 and Berryhill Road. The route then runs west along Berryhill road for one block until it turns north again at Alabama Street. CR 87A crosses Munson Highway (a leg of CR 191), and then the Blackwater Heritage State Rail Trail until it curves west onto North Avenue and ends at SR 87.
The second CR 87A is in Point Baker, north of the north end of the SR 89 overlap. It runs east from SR 87 as Langley Street into Whiting Field Naval Air Station, which bisects the road. The other end of CR 87A runs south from Whiting Field as East Gate Road and ends at CR 191 (Munson Highway) across from the intersection of Roeville Road.
The third CR 87A is Market Road near Berrydale, which runs east and west from State Road 4 to SR 87, far north of the northwest corner of the intersection of SRs 87 and 4.
- FDOT straight line diagrams, accessed February 2014