County Road 164

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Six segments of County Road 164 are posted in the Florida Panhandle. All of the routes are rural in nature.

  • Escambia County - 11.35 miles. Florida 97 east to U.S. 29 at McDavid
  • Santa Rosa County - 3.81 miles. CR 197 at Brownsdale east to Florida 89
  • Santa Rosa County - 8.85 miles. Florida 89 east to Florida 4
  • Jackson County - 11.93 miles. CR 277 east to U.S. 231 outside Cottondale.
  • Jackson County - 9.44 miles. Florida 71 east of Mariana to Florida 69.
  • Jackson County - 8.77 miles. CR 69A north to the Alabama state line.
Escambia County Road 164 east
The first reassurance marker for County Road 164 east appears as the route leaves SR 97 north of Walnut Hill. Photo taken 02/07/06.
County Road 164 angles southeast and then east again on the drive to County Road 99. Photo taken 02/07/06.
Equally rural, CR 99 leads north to Bratt and Escambia County, Alabama and south to SR 97. Photo taken 02/07/06.
Continuing east through the Oak Grove community along CR 164 after CR 99. Photo taken 02/07/06.
Pine Barren Road intersects County Road 164 ahead of this eastbound shield assembly. Photo taken 02/07/06.
The hills of Santa Rosa County come into view as County Road 164 descends toward McDavid. Photo taken 02/07/06.
Completely devoid of color, this was a red and white U.S. 29 shield posted ahead of the County Road 164 east end. U.S. 29 constitutes a four-lane divided highway with a 65 mile per hour speed limit north to Century and south to Cantonment. Photo taken 02/07/06.
Escambia County Road 164 west
The westbound beginning of Escambia County Road 164. Photo taken 09/27/08.
Santa Rosa County Road 164 - Harvest Road east
Santa Rosa County Road 164 starts from the intersection of County Road 197 (Chumuckla Highway) and Little Rock Road at the settlement of Brownsdale. This stretch of road is only a mile or so off latitudinally from the Escambia County Road 164 east end. Photo taken 02/07/06.
Harvest Road and County Road 164 end at an unmarked intersection with SR 89 in the distance. The Greenwood Road portion of Santa Rosa County Road 164 begins 1.1 miles to the north. Photo taken 02/07/06.
Santa Rosa County Road 164 - Harvest Road west
Leading west from SR 89, County Road 164 (Harvest Road) traverses a number of agricultural fields to Moore Creek. Photo taken 02/07/06.
County Road 164 (Harvest Road) straddles a section line due west from Moore Creek to end at County Road 197 and Brownsdale. Photo taken 02/07/06.
Santa Rosa County Road 197 (Chumuckla Highway) forms a hook-shaped route 23.02 miles north from Pace to Wallace, Chumuckla, New York, Brownsdale and SR 89 south of Jay. Photo taken 02/07/06.
Santa Rosa County Road 164 - Greenwood Road west
County Road 164 (Greenwood Road) travels south from SR 4 to CR 399 before turning west. Pictured here is the first westbound shield. Photo taken 02/07/06.
Greenwood Road approaches the stop sign with County Road 399 (Country Mill Road). Country Mill Road is one of four segments of CR 399 posted in Santa Rosa County. Photo taken 02/07/06.
Santa Rosa County Road 399 (Country Mill Road) heads east to SR 87 at Whitfield and north to SR 4, east of Jay. Photo taken 02/07/06.
The remainder of County Road 164 (Greenwood Road) beyond CR 399 travels west. The settlement of Cobbtown lies ahead. Photo taken 02/07/06.
The Greenwood Road portion of CR 164 ends at SR 89 south of Jay. CR 164 resumes west along Harvest Road, 1.1 miles to the south. Photo taken 02/07/06.



Photo Credits:

02/07/06, 09/27/08 by AARoads

Connect with:
U.S. 29
State Road 4
State Road 89
State Road 97
Escambia County 99
County Road 197

Page Updated 03-17-2014.