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Scenic Highways and Byways

The Florida Scenic Highways Program is intended to promote awareness of Florida's unique resources that are valued by the residents of Florida and the millions of tourists who visit the state each year. The program focuses on community-based support and resource protection; while seeking to promote regional economic benefits, that may result from corridor designation.

(NoteTerms such as Scenic Highway and Scenic Byway are used interchangeably)

Florida Scenic Highways Website - Information for Travelers and Visitors.

Florida Scenic Highways Calendars - Calendars from 2016 to present.

Florida Scenic Highways YouTube Channel - The official YouTube Channel for the Florida Scenic Highways.


Federally Designated

There are 27 designated Florida Scenic Highways. Six of these have a Federal designation of National Scenic Byway, and two have obtained the highest designation of All American Road.


All American Road

  • AIA Scenic and Historic Coastal Byway
  • Florida Keys Scenic Highway

National Scenic Byway

  • Big Bend Scenic Byway
  • Florida Black Bear Scenic Byway
  • Indian River Lagoon National Scenic Byway
  • Ormond Scenic Loop and Trail
  • River of Lakes Heritage Corridor
  • Scenic Highway 30A


FSHP Designated

  • A1A Ocean Islands Trail
  • Bradenton Beach Scenic Highway
  • Broward County AIA Scenic Highway
  • Courtney Campbell Causeway Scenic Highway
  • Green Mountain Scenic Byway
  • Halifax Heritage Byway
  • Heritage Crossroads Heritage Highway
  • Indian River Lagoon - Treasure Coast Scenic Highway
  • J.C. Penney Memorial Scenic Highway
  • Lemon Bay/Myakka Trail Scenic Highway
  • Martin Grade Scenic Highway
  • Old Florida Heritage Highway
  • Palma Sola Scenic Highway
  • Pensacola Scenic Bluffs Highway
  • Scenic Sumter Heritage Byway
  • Suncoast Scenic Highway
  • Tamiami Trail - Windows to the Gulf Coast Waters
  • The Ridge Scenic Highway
  • William Bartram Scenic and Historic Highway

Prior to the beginning of the FSHP in 1996, there were nineteen highways designated as scenic or historic by the Florida Legislature. These highways are not officially part of the Florida Scenic Highway Program, but are separately designated and may have unique protections for their particular stretch of roadway. Several of these listings appear to be at least partial duplicates to each other, and a few also overlap the Florida Scenic Highway Program. These highways include:

  1. Bird Road State Historic Highway
     Dade County - Red Road to Ponce De Leon Blvd.
  2. Calle De Ocho State Historic Highway
     Dade County - Brickell Avenue to SW 74th Avenue
  3. Coral Way Historic Canopied Road
     Dade County - SW 42nd Avenue to SW 57th Avenue
  4. Coral Way & 3rd Avenue State Historic Highway
     SW 37th Avenue and I-95
  5. Crandon Boulevard State Historic Highway
     Dade County - Key Biscayne from Bear Cut South to Bill Boggs
  6. Old Cutler Road State Historic Highway
     Dade County - In Coral Gables and Coconut Grove
  7. Red Road State Historic Highway
     Dade County - SW 8th Street to SW 72 Street
  8. South Bayshore Drive State Historic Highway
     Dade County - Aviation Avenue to Halissee Street (Miami)
  9. South Miami Avenue State Historic Highway
     Dade County - Halissee Street to SE 15th Road (Miami)
  10. Sunset Drive State Historic Highway
     Dade County - SW 69th Street to SW 87th Avenue
  11. Suwannee River Scenic Highway (1)
     Dixie County - Lafayette C.L. to Old Town
  12. Suwannee River Scenic Highway (2)
     Dixie County - Across Suwannee River at Branford South to Old Town
  13. US Highway 90 State Scenic Route
     Escambia County - Mallory Street to US 90 / US 90A
  14. Suwannee River Scenic Highway
     Lafayette County - Across Suwannee River at Branford South to Old Town
  15. McGreggor Boulevard State Historic Highway
     Lee County - US 41 in Ft. Myers to College Parkway
  16. Old Apopka road Historic Roadway
     Orange County - Kennedy Boulevard (Eatonville) to Lake Avenue (Maitland)
  17. North Ocean Boulevard
     Palm Beach County - Pelican Lane N. to Sea Road
  18. William Bartram Scenic Highway
     St. Johns County - Julington Creek to SR 207
  19. Suwannee River Scenic Highway
    Suwannee County - Across Suwannee River at Branford South to Old Town

Adding to the confusion are Federally listed scenic highways in Florida as well as city or county scenic highways.