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Heritage Crossroads

Heritage Crossroads

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. Old Kings road 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).

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PO Box 1113
Bunnell, FL 32110
Phone: 386-437-3135 or 386-943-5393
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