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Florida State Road 35

State Road 35 marker

State Road 35
Route information
Maintained by FDOT
Length: 179.218 mi[1] (288.423 km)
Major junctions
South end: US 41 in Punta Gorda
North end: SR 40 / CR 35 in Silver Springs
Highway system
SR 33 SR 37

State Road 35 (SR 35) is a north–south state highway in the western counties of the U.S. state of Florida.

Route description

It is mainly signed as a hidden route along U.S. Highways:

In Bartow, SR 35 turns west and follows East Main Street, before turning north again on North Broadway Avenue, and rejoining US 98 again at SR 60 (Van Fleet Drive).

Evidence of SR 35's existence can be found in Hardee County, Florida along County Roads 35A & 35B in Coker, Wauchula, and Zolfo Springs. Polk County's evidence of SR 35's existence can be found with County Road 35A between Lakeland and Providence, and in Pasco County, Florida, evidence of SR 35's existence can be found with County Road 35 Alternate between Branchborough and Dade City. According to some maps, County Road 41 Alternate (Spring Valley Road) was previously known as CR 35B, and was extended to US 98-301 north of Dade City along Frazee Hill Road.

SR 35 becomes CR 35 in Silver Springs, Florida.

Within Belleview, the road is briefly co-signed with US 27-441 (SR 25-500) then turns right at the eastern terminus of CR 484, where it is signed independently along Southeast Hames Road, and then turns left again at Baseline Road, where it curves north as it leaves the city. While State Road 35 terminates at State Road 40 at the Wild Waters amusement park in Silver Springs, the road continues northward as County Road 35 north towards its terminus at State Road 326.

Major intersections

County Location Mile[1] km Destinations Notes
Charlotte Punta Gorda 0.000 0.000 US 41 south (Cross Street / SR 45) – Fort Myers
0.184 0.296 US 41 north (SR 45) – Port Charlotte
see US 17 (mile 0.000-73.861)
Polk Bartow 73.861 118.868 US 17 north / US 98 north (Spessard Holland Parkway / SR 35 / SR 555 / SR 700) to SR 60 east / East Main Street – Winter Haven, Lake Wales south end of US 17 / US 98 / SR 700 overlap; north end of state maintenance; former SR 60 Bus. east
74.760[2] 120.315 West Main Street - Mulberry former SR 60 Bus. west
75.281 121.153 US 98 south / SR 60 (SR 700 south) to US 17 – Vero Beach, Fort Meade, Mulberry, Tampa south end of US 98 / SR 700 overlap; south end of state maintenance
see US 98 (mile 490.421-478.720)
Lakeland 86.982 139.984 US 98 north / SR 548 west / Main Street (SR 600 east) north end of US 98 overlap; north end of state maintenance; south end of SR 600 overlap
87.777[3] 141.263 SR 37 south (Florida Avenue) to SR 570 (Polk Parkway) / Main Street (SR 600 west) north end of SR 600 overlap; south end of state maintenance
88.159 141.878 US 98 south / SR 548 (George Jenkins Boulevard) south end of US 98 overlap
see US 98 (mile 477.900-452.349), US 301 (mile 83.074-85.208)
Pasco Dade City 115.844 186.433 US 98 north / US 301 north (SR 533) north end of US 98 / US 301 overlap; no left turn southbound
115.918 186.552 north end of state maintenance
116.5[3] 187.5 SR 52 (Meridian Avenue) to I‑75 – St. Leo, Armory
116.978 188.258 south end of state maintenance
117.155 188.543 US 98 south / US 301 south (SR 533) south end of US 98 / US 301 overlap
see US 301 (mile 86.810-138.030)
Marion Belleview 168.375 270.973 US 27 / US 301 north / US 441 (SR 500)
Gap in route
0.000 0.000 SR 25 north / CR 25 east
  5.450 8.771 SR 464 west / CR 464 east – Ocala, Ocklawaha
  9.176 14.767 CR 314 east (Northeast 7th Street)
Silver Springs 10.843 17.450 SR 40 / CR 35 north – Ocala, Ormond Beach
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Related roads

County Road 35 in Marion County

County Road 35
Location: Silver Springs

County Road 35 is a northern extension of SR 35. It begins at SR 35 & 40 in Silver Springs and continues north to make a reverse turn before the northern terminus at SR 326.

County Road 35A in Hardee County

County Road 35A
Location: Zolfo Springs-Coker

County Road 35A is a suffixed alternate of SR 35.

County Road 35B in Hardee County

County Road 35B
Location: Wauchula-Coker

County Road 35B is another suffixed alternate of SR 35.

County Road 35A in Polk County

County Road 35A
Location: Lakeland-Providence

County Road 35A is a spur of SR 35 in the northwestern Lakeland area. It begins at Interstate 4 and State Road 539 at Exit 31. The road runs along the east side of the CSX Vitis Subdivision until it reaches Kathleen, where it turns straight north. From there it eventually reunites with SR 35.

Pasco County Alternate

County Road 35 Alternate
Location: Branchborough-Dade City

County Road 35 Alternate is the bannered route of SR 35 in the southeastern Pasco County. The route begins on Berry Boulevard at County Road 54 in Branchborough just west of the Hillsborough River, and curves to the west onto Melrose Avenue where it approaches Vitis, where CSX's Yeoman Subdivision and Vitis Subdivision merge into the Wildwood Subdivision. The route then turns right onto the Zephyrhills Bypass(CR 535). From there it is named Old Lakeland Highway and follows the west side of the Wildwood Subdivision past an unnumbered interchange with US 98 near Ellerslie, and eventually terminates at US 98/301 in Dade City. Since turns are restricted at this north end, Dick Jarrett Way provides several movements.

Former County Road 35B

County Road 35B
Location: Dade City-Blanton

Former County Road 35B was shown on some maps as Spring Valley Road between both ends of County Road 41 from north of Dade City to Blanton, and US 98-301 north of Dade City along Payne Road, Fourteenth Street and Frazee Hill Road. Today, Frazee Hill Road, 14th Street, and Payne Road are strictly local streets, and Spring Valley Road is County Road Alternate 41.


  1. ^ a b FDOT straight line diagrams, accessed March 2014
  2. ^ FDOT Right of Way Map, project 1222-C (1938), sheet 6
  3. ^ a b Google Maps distance

External links

  • Florida Route Log (SR 35)
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