Escambia County Roads are generally numbered between the 100s and 300s, falling within the spectrum of Florida 10 (U.S. 90) and Florida 30 (U.S. 98). 400 and 700 series also appear in Escambia County to avoid numbering duplication of existing 200 series routes. Typical of Florida County Roads, many routes are unsigned or sparsely signed.
State Road 290 was transferred from state to county maintenance in 2011. The county road designation was short lived, as the route was removed from the system and unsigned by September 2012.
County Road 97A loops 16.47 miles west through a mixture of forest and farm land, from County Road 99 at Bay Springs to Enon and Florida 97 at Davisville. The route is unsigned north of CR 99A (Arthur Brown Road) along Pine Forest Road.
County Road 97A north
Escambia County Road 97A begins and winds west from CR 99 at rural Bay Springs. The route undulates over Boggy Creek and the West Fork of Boggy Creek to Waters Ferry Road. Photo taken 02/08/06.
CR 97A turns north at Waters Ferry Road to the settlement of Enon. Photo taken 02/08/06.
North of McDavid Creek, CR 97A intersects CR 99A (Arthur Brown Road). Despite signage referencing Arthur Brown Road west only, County Road 99A travels east to Walnut Hill as well. The 9.39-mile route ends at CR 99 to the east and Pineville Road to the west. Photo taken 02/08/06.
Escambia County 168
County Road 168 exists solely in Escambia County along a rural east-west road between CR 99, north of Bratt, and CR 4A, north of Byrneville. The 5.96-mile route provides an alternate to County Road 4 between Davisville and Century.
County Road 168 east
County Road 168 traverses a mixture of pine forest and wetland areas associated with Canoe Creek over the first several miles leading east from County Road 99. Photo taken 02/08/06.
Lowering into a valley ahead of Reedy Creek along CR 168 east. Photo taken 02/08/06.
Nearing the east end of County Road 168, where CR 4 turns toward Gandyville and the city of Century. Photo taken 02/08/06.
Escambia County Road 4A constitutes a rural loop 6.01 miles east from County Road 4 at Byrneville to U.S. 29 at South Flomaton. Photo taken 02/08/06.
Escambia County 186
A suburban east-west route, County Road 186 follows Kingsfield Road for 5.45 miles between County Road 97 and Chemstrand Road (former CR 749) south of Gonzalez. The route is only signed on U.S. 29 at the intersection with Kingsfield Road.
Kingsfield Road west from County Road 97 to County Road 99 was also a part of CR 186 until 2010. The 3.09 mile long stair-stepped route was not signed.
County Road 186 east
Kingsfield Road intersects Escambia County Road 95A immediately east of U.S. 29 and before an at-grade CSX Railroad crossing. Unsigned CR 186 services a number of subdivisions to its end in 1.6 miles. Photo taken 07/24/11.
County Road 186 west
Kingsfield Road passes by the entrance to the St. Andrews subdivision from the unsigned westbound beginning of County Road 186. Photo taken 07/24/11.
Kingsfield Road emerges from suburban areas to meet County Road 95A at a commercial strip along side U.S. 29. Photo taken 07/24/11.
Escambia County Road 95A mirrors U.S. 29 to the east through the Gonzalez, Cantonment and Ensley areas along the original alignment for the US Highway. Photo taken 07/24/11.
Kingsfield Road angles northwest to intersect CR 297A. West from there, CR 186 continues another 1.25 miles to end at County Road 97. Photo taken 02/02/06.
County Road 97 branches northwest from CR 297A through the outer Pensacola suburbs en route to CR 184 near Farm Hill. Photo taken 02/02/06.
Escambia County 293 - Bauer Road
County Road 293 follows Bauer Road 3.94 miles north from Florida 292 (Sorrento Road) to U.S. 98 (Lillian Highway) in southwest Escambia County. The two-lane roadway is mostly rural, traversing tracts of Tarkiln Bayou Preserve State Park.
County Road 293 north
Bauer Road stems north from County Road 292A (Gulf Beach Highway) to become CR 293 at SR 292 (Sorrento Road) at this traffic light. Photo taken 01/31/06.
County Road 293 south
County Road 293 is unsigned along Bauer Road southbound to SR 292 (Sorrento Road). SR 292 leads southwest to Perdido Key and east toward Warrington while Bauer Road continues unnumbered to CR 292A (Gulf Beach Highway) at Big Lagoon State Park. Photo taken 01/03/10.
Escambia County 295A - Old Corry Field Road
County Road 295A parallels State Road 295 to the east between Florida 292 (Barrancas Avenue) at Warrington to U.S. 90 (Mobile Highway) at West Pensacola. The two-lane 2.72-mile route generally serves as a local connector to the parallel arterial and expressway route of SR 295.
County Road 295A south
Old Corry Field Road intersects Lillian Highway just after the split from SR 295 (New Warrington Road). Lillian Highway becomes SR 298 west at New Warrington Road while leading east to become Border Street north of the U.S. 90 overpass.
The flashers here were removed by 2011. Photo taken 01/31/06.
SR 294 partitions from U.S. 98 west along a 0.21-mile segment of Chiefs' Way to intersect CR 295A at this signal. SR 294 links Navy Boulevard with SR 295 (New Warrington Road) opposite the main gate to Corry Field. Photo taken 01/31/06.
U.S. 98 veers southwest to merge with SR 295 (New Warrington Road) just west of the traffic light with CR 295A (Old Corry Field Road). Pentagons for CR 295A appear on U.S. 98 here and nowhere else. Photo taken 11/17/12.
County Road 295A ends at an unmarked intersection with SR 292 (Barrancas Avenue) and Live Oak Avenue south. Barrancas Avenue joins Downtown Pensacola with Pensacola N.A.S. (via SR 295 south) while Live Oak Avenue extends southeast to become Sunset Avenue west ahead of Navy Boulevard. Photo taken 01/31/06.
Escambia County 298A - Jackson Street
An unsigned route, County Road 298A overlays Jackson Street west from U.S. 98 & Florida 292 (Pace Boulevard) in Pensacola through residential areas of both West Pensacola and Myrtle Grove to Florida 727 (Fairfield Drive).
County Road 298A east
The first of several traffic lights along Jackson Street east at 65th Avenue. 65th Avenue leads north to Escambia High School and SR 727 (Fairfield Drive). Photo taken 01/31/06.
57th Avenue crosses Jackson Street at the next signal. The north-south road comprises another residential through route in the Myrtle Grove community. Photo taken 01/31/06.
Jackson Street passes SR 295 (New Warrington Road) and next intersects Old Corry Field Road. Old Corry Field Road doubles as unsigned CR 295A north to SR 295 / U.S. 90 and south to SR 292 at Warrington. Photo taken 01/31/06.
Nearing the Pensacola city line, Jackson Street enters the alphabet series of street names. W Street represents the most traveled of the series, carrying four lanes north from U.S. 98 (Navy Boulevard) through Brownsville to U.S. 29 (Pensacola Boulevard). Photo taken 01/31/06.
Escambia County Road 453 follows all 5.30 miles of W Street north from west Pensacola to U.S. 29 near its interchange with I-10. Photo taken 01/31/06.
Unsigned CR 298A ends at the Jackson Street intersection with Pace Boulevard. U.S. 98 & SR 292 overlap for 0.6 miles along Pace Boulevard, splitting two blocks to the north at Cervantes Street (U.S. 90). Photo taken 01/31/06.