County Road 375

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County Road 375 has two branches in the Big Bend Region. The main route travels 34.03 miles north from U.S. 319 at Sopchoppy to Sanborn, Ward and Bloxham in western Leon County. CR 375 becomes SR 375, the hidden state road for U.S. 319, east from Sopchoppy to U.S. 98/SR 30 at Medart.

A 3.69 mile long leg of CR 375 stems east from U.S. 98/319 near Medart along Jack Crum Road to CR 365 north of Spring Creek.

County Road 375 North

Winthrop Avenue provides a cutoff from U.S. 319 (Sopchoppy Highway) north to CR 375 west along Rose Street.
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The date stamp for the SR 375 keys shield is 07-24-68.
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CR 375 (Rose Street) northbound at Municipal Avenue in Sopchoppy.
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CR 375 splits with CR 22 (Rose Street) for Smith Creek Road on the west side of Sopchoppy.
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County Road 375 South

CR 375 (Smith Creek Road) converges with CR 22 (Rose Street) just beyond the Sopchoppy River.
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CR 375 overtakes Rose Street east from CR 22 into Sopchoppy.
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Rose Street east at Municipal Avenue in Sopchoppy.
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County Road 375 East

CR 375 (Jack Crum Road) turns east from Purify Bay Road a short distance from U.S. 19/98.
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CR 375 makes an S-curve south from Edgar Poole Road to CR 365 (Spring Creek Highway).
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The junction banner was date stamped 10-16-72 and the keys shield on 10-14-76.
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Photo Credits:

06/27/09 by AARoads

Connect with:
U.S. 319
State Road 20
State Road 267
County Road 299

Page Updated 04-23-2020.