There are multiple segments of County Road 10A posted across the Florida Panhandle and Big Bend region. Generally representing former alignments of U.S. 90 and the Old Spanish Trail, CR 10A generally serves local traffic or provides part of a business route through the cities and towns it serves. State Road 10 is the designation for U.S. 90 throughout most of the state.
Branches of County Road 10A:
- 7.14 mile loop south along Old Highway 90 at Argyle and north to CR 183A and CR 81A in western Holmes County.
- 1.17 mile loop south from U.S. 90 along Skelton Street and Railroad Street through Ponce de Leon.
- 1.20 miles paralleling U.S. 90 to the north east from Ponce de Leon to Oak Grove Road.
- 2.30 mile loop along Old Cottondale Road and Milton Avenue south of U.S. 90 in Marianna.
- 2.32 miles along Keevers Road and Old Spanish Trail parallel to U.S. 90 through Sneads.
- 1.75 miles connecting U.S. 129 (Ohio Avenue) with U.S. 90 (Howard Street) on Helvenston Street in Live Oak.
- 3.40 mile loop north from U.S. 90 into Wellborn.
There are also three sections of State Road 10A, two of which are stand alone routes from U.S. 90 at Lake City and in Jacksonville.
CR 183A stems 3.33 miles north from CR 10A to the Walton County line, where it becomes CR 183B.
A short section of abandoned pavement lies adjacent to the CR 10A intersection with U.S. 90.
The eastern branch of Holmes County Road 10 follows Old U.S. 90 to the north of Wolf Bay. This is the first marker eastbound.
The 2.32 mile loop of CR 10A through Sneads branches southeast from U.S. 90 ahead of Gay Avenue.
CR 10A (Old Spanish Trail) advances east to O'sHara Avenue. The ensuing intersection is with River Road north to CR 271.
The first marker for CR 10A along Old Spanish Trail through Sneads was this keys shield posted after Legion Road.
Westbound CR 10A returns to U.S. 90 via Heritage Road north from Old Cottondale Road in Marianna.
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Page Updated 04-17-2020.