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Florida State Road 200

State Road 200 marker

State Road 200
Route information
Maintained by FDOT
Length: 155.816 mi[1] (250.762 km)
Existed: 1945 – present
Major junctions
South end: US 41 in Hernando
  US 27 / US 301 / US 441 in Ocala
US 1 / US 23 / US 301 in Callahan
North end: SR A1A in Fernandina Beach
Highway system
SR 196 SR 202

State Road 200 (SR 200) is a major diagonal road in central and northeastern Florida. Its southern terminus is at US 41 (SR 45) in Hernando (Citrus County). Its northern terminus is at SR A1A in Fernandina Beach (Nassau County), at the corner of Atlantic Avenue and Fletcher Avenue.[2]

Southbound SR 200 in Apache Shores.
Intersection of County Road 484 and SR 200


  • Route description 1
  • Major intersections 2
  • Related routes 3
    • Former State Road 200A 3.1
    • Alachua County 3.2
    • Bradford County 3.3
      • County Road 200B 3.3.1
    • Nassau County 3.4
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Route description

SR 200 is signed from Hernando through Apache Shores and Stokes Ferry in Citrus County through Marion Oaks to Ocala in Marion County, where it becomes an unsigned route for US 301 north to Callahan. Then it is signed again from Callahan to Fernandina Beach, signed concurrently with SR A1A.

Major intersections

County Location mi[1] km Destinations Notes
Citrus Hernando 0.000 0.000 US 41 (North Florida Avenue / SR 45) – Inverness, Dunnellon
5.327 8.573 CR 491 south (North Lecanto Highway) – Beverly Hills
6.389 10.282 CR 39 west
Stokes Ferry 6.540 10.525 Bridge over Withlacoochee River
Marion   12.545 20.189 CR 484 – Dunnellon, Belleview, Airport
Ocala 21.48 34.57 I‑75 (SR 93) – Lake City, Tampa, St. Petersburg I-75 exit 350
22.889 36.836 CR 475A south (Southwest 27th Avenue)
23.632 38.032 SR 464 east (Southwest 17th Street) to US 27 south / US 301 south / US 441 south – National Guard Armory
24.959 40.168 US 27 south / US 301 south / US 441 south (South Pine Avenue / SR 25 / SR 500) – Belleview west end of US 27 / US 301 / US 441 / SR 25 / SR 500 overlap
see US 441 (mile 319.221-330.372), US 301 (mile 148.517-251.425)
Nassau Callahan 127.867 205.782 US 1 / US 23 / US 301 north (SR 15) – Jacksonville, Hilliard, Folkston east end of US 301 overlap; west end of SR A1A overlap
  139.73 224.87 I‑95 (SR 9) – Savannah, Jacksonville I-95 exit 373
Yulee 142.778 229.779 US 17 (SR 5) – Kingsland, GA, Jacksonville
O'Neil 148.050 238.263 CR 107 south (Old Nassauville Road) / Oneil-Scott Road
Bridge over Amelia River (Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway)
  151.982 244.591 Sadler Road (CR 108 east)
Fernandina Beach 154.176 248.122 Centre Street / North 8th Street - Port of Fernandina, Downtown Fernandina Beach signed east end of SR 200
155.816 250.762 SR A1A south (Fletcher Avenue / SR 105 south)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Related routes

Former State Road 200A

State Road 200A
Location: Ocala-Citra

State Road 200A (SR 200A) in Ocala and northern Marion County is now County Road 200A. It was also former U.S. Route 301 Alternate. The first segment is named 20th Street and begins at US 301 in Ocala north of a railroad bridge. Upon reaching Northeast Eighth Road, former SR 200 becomes Jacksonville Road, a street name it carries until it terminates with US 301 in Citra. Other County Road 200A's can be found in Alachua, Bradford, and Nassau Counties.

Alachua County

County Road 200A
Location: Island Grove-Hawthorne

County Road 200A exists in two segments; One in Island Grove, and the other in Hawthorne. The road is also a former segment of US 301.

Bradford County

County Road 200A
Location: Lawtey

County Road 200A is one of two suffixed alternates of State Road 200 in Lawtey. It runs along the west side of US 301/SR 200 from the aforementioned route through CR 225 (Madison Street). One block later the route turns right onto Lake Street and runs for three blocks until it terminates at the north end of a multiplex with US 301 and CR 225.

County Road 200B

County Road 200B
Location: Lawtey

County Road 200B is another one of the two suffixed alternates of State Road 200 in Lawtey. It runs along the east side of US 301/SR 200 and begins at the same route just north of the southern terminus of CR 200A. CR 200B runs east to cross the CSX Wildwood Subdivision, then winds around local streets within Lawtey until it terminates at CR 225(Lake Street).

Nassau County

County Road 200A
Location: Yulee

County Road 200A is the last suffixed alternate of SR 200 in the state. It runs along Pages Dairy Road west of US 17 in Yulee and runs north of the road until it reaches Chester River Road(a.k.a.; Old Chester Road) in Lofton, then turns south along Chester River Road until it terminates at SR 200, which at this point is also multplexed with SR A1A.


  1. ^ a b FDOT straight line diagrams, accessed February 2014
  2. ^ "Google Maps; State Road 200".  

External links

  • Florida Route Log (SR 200)
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