County Road 286

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County Road 286 arcs 13.06 miles northeast from SR 69 and CR 274 near Ocheesee in Calhoun County to U.S. 90 at Gloster Avenue in the town of Sneads. Following Blueberry Drive north through Jackson County, CR 286 meets Interstate 10 at a diamond interchange (Exit 158).

County Road 286 North

County Road 286 leading away from the intersection of CR 274 and SR 69.
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Crossing agricultural areas, CR 286 turns north at forthcoming Ocheesee Landing Road.
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CR 286 lowers 60 feet in elevation on the northward drive across Ocheesee Creek.
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CR 286 north crossing Johnson Creek.
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CR 286 enters Jackson County at the intersection with Ocheesee Landing Road north and Blueberry Drive east.
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Straddling the Calhoun County line, CR 286 is unmarked along Blueberry Drive east.
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Approaching the diamond interchange with Interstate 10, CR 286 expands to a four lane, divided highway.
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Interstate 10 parallels U.S. 90 well south of Sneads between Marianna and Quincy.
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Interstate 10 continues east from Quincy to Tallahassee and Jacksonville.
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West from CR 286, Interstate 10 travels 146 miles to Pensacola.
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County Road 286 South

CR 286 (Gloster Avenue) proceeds two blocks south from U.S. 90 to Old Spanish Trail (CR 10A) in the town of Sneads. Unmarked here, CR 10A comprises a 2.32 mile loop south of U.S. 90.
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Photo Credits:

04/19/09, 06/04/09, 07/03/09, 11/24/15, 10/13/16 by AARoads

Connect with:
Interstate 10
U.S. 90
State Road 69 / County Road 69
County Road 10A
County Road 274
County Road 280

Page Updated 04-20-2020.