There are two branches of County Road 595 along the Nature Coast. The southern segment travels 7.18 miles along a combination of Mile Stretch Drive and Grand Boulevard in the New Port Richey area. The northern alignment comprises a 5.84-mile loop west of U.S. 19 through the coastal community of Aripeka. Signed in the field as CR 595, the Pasco County component of this route is inventoried as County Road 595A.


County Road 595 east
A confirming marker for County Road 595 north stands just west of U.S. 19 along Aripeka Road. The rural highway arcs northwest around Aripeka Sandhills Preserve to the community of Aripeka. Photo taken 03/26/18.
Crossing Hammock Creek onto Palm Island, County Road 595 enters Hernando County. Photo taken 02/15/14.
The first shield for Hernando County 595 appears at Fiddler Lane on Palm Island. Photo taken 02/15/14.
Leaving the Hammock Creek area, County Road 595 (Osowaw Boulevard) traverses an area of marsh land spreading east from adjacent Indian Bay. Photo taken 02/15/14.
County Road 595 (Osowaw Boulevard) turns inland to meet the south end of Hernando County 597 (Shoal Line Boulevard) at Weekiwachee Preserve. Photo taken 02/15/14.
Hernando County 597 leads due north across Weekiwachee Preserve to the community of Hernando Beach east of Little Pine Island Bay. The 7.26-mile long route concludes at County Road 550 (Cortez Boulevard). Photo taken 02/15/14.
County Road 595 west
Hernando County 595 emerges from the intersection where County Road 574 (Spring Hill Drive) ends at U.S. 19 in Spring Hill. Photo taken 02/15/14.
Hernando County 595 turns west at Tarpon Boulevard, which links U.S. 19 south with Osowaw Boulevard west as part of the county road. Photo taken 02/15/14.
Osowaw Boulevard leaves the retail corridor of U.S. 19 to run along side Weekiwachee Preserve toward Indian Bay. Photo taken 02/15/14.
Heading southwest, County Road 595 next intersects the south end of Hernando County 597 (Shoal Line Boulevard). Photo taken 02/15/14.
Shoal Line Boulevard constitutes a 7.26-mile coastal road carrying CR 597 north through both Hernando Beach and Weeki Wachee Gardens. Photo taken 02/15/14.
Osowaw Boulevard continues west from CR 597 toward Indian Bay and Aripeka. Photo taken 03/26/18.
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CR 595 (Osowaw Boulevard) navigates through a series of S-curves across Indian Creek and along marshland off Indian Bay. Photos taken 03/26/18.
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Turning south along a linear course, CR 595 (Osowaw Boulevard) runs along the eastern fringes of Indian Bay near Gun Point. Photo taken 02/15/14. Second photo taken 03/26/18.
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County Road 595 spans Hammock Creek twice, first across a 1984 bridge onto Palm Island and from the island here on a 1977-built span. Photos taken 03/26/18.
County Road 595 (Aripeka Road) crosses into Pasco County south from Hammock Creek and proceeds through a residential area of Aripeka. Photo taken 03/26/18.
County Road 595 (Aripeka Road) makes a gradual southeasterly turn around Aripeka Sandhills Preserve. Photo taken 03/26/18.
County Road 595 ends at an unmarked intersection with U.S. 19 just south of Spring Hill. U.S. 19 comprises a six-lane arterial southward to Hudson. Photo taken 03/26/18.
County Road 595 - Tarpon Boulevard
Tarpon Boulevard east defaults onto U.S. 19 (Commercial Way) south. This portion of County Road 595 is no longer sign posted, with signs directing motorists along Osowaw Boulevard to U.S. 19 across from Spring Hill Drive. Photo taken 02/15/14.
County Road 595 originally took the alignment of Tarpon Boulevard west from U.S. 19. A set of flashers hang above the intersection where Osowaw Boulevard turns south to U.S. 19 now. Photo taken 02/15/14.



Photo Credits:

02/15/14, 03/26/18 by AARoads

Connect with:
U.S. 19
Hernando County 574 - Spring Hill Drive
Hernando County 597 - Shoal Line Boulevard

Page Updated 04-10-2018.