Florida 11 is a rural state road linking the Volusia County seat of DeLand with the Flagler County seat of Bunnell. The two-lane highway measures 14.32 miles from U.S. 17 north to the Flagler County line, and 15.48 miles from Volusia County to U.S. 1 (State Street) at Florida 100 (Moody Boulevard). Historically Florida 11 continued 8.2 miles east from Downtown Bunnell along Moody Boulevard to Florida A1A at Flagler Beach. This segment was replaced with an extension of Florida 100.


Florida 11 north
Florida 11 begins at the split with U.S. 17 (Woodland Boulevard) north in north DeLand. The state road joins the Volusia County seat with Bunnell as U.S. 17 veers northwest to DeLeon Springs and Palatka. Photo taken 03/21/08.
Not long after the split with U.S. 17 (Woodland Boulevard), Florida 11 leaves the built up areas of DeLand on the 30 mile drive to Bunnell. Photo taken 03/21/08.
Volusia County 15A (Spring Garden Avenue) provides a truck bypass route around central DeLand for U.S. 17 & 92. The county road becomes Florida 15A south of U.S. 17 (Woodland Boulevard). Photo taken 03/21/08.
Florida 11's first reassurance marker stands along the road beyond the Volusia County 15A north end. Volusia County 15A and Florida 15A encircle DeLand southward toward Orange City. Photo taken 03/21/08.
Another freeway style guide sign posted for Bunnell on Florida 11 north. Bunnell represents the Flagler County seat. Photo taken 03/21/08.
Florida 11 northbound at the east end of unsigned Volusia County 4030 (Arredondo Grant Road). Arredondo Grant Road becomes Spring Garden Ranch Road on the westward drive to U.S. 17 at DeLeon Springs. Photo taken 03/21/08.
Florida 11 south
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Florida 11 continues south from Flagler County 304 and Cody's Corner on the 23-mile drive to DeLand. Photos taken 10/15/17.
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SR 11 turns along a southwest course to border Relay State Wildlife Management Area. The state road remains very rural along this stretch. Photos taken 10/15/17.
Curving southeast, motorists cross over Little Haw Creek near the Volusia county line. Photo taken 10/15/17.
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Florida 11 enters northern Volusia County through a vastly undeveloped area of woods and wetlands. Photos taken 10/15/17.
Approaching the rural intersection with Florida 40 on Florida 11 south. Photo taken 10/15/17.
Florida 40 represents a cross-state highway between U.S. 41 north of Dunnellon and Florida A1A on Ormond Beach. Locally the route serves the Barberville and Volusia Speedway area. Photo taken 10/15/17.
Florida 40 provides a link to Interstate 95 (Exit 268) at Ormond Beach to the east. Photo taken 10/15/17.
The traffic light with SR 40 is one of only two along SR 11 within Volusia County, with the other traffic light at its southern end with U.S. 17 (Woodland Boulevard). SR 40 travels west from SR 11 to Ocala and U.S. 41, with a county road section continuing to Yankeetown and Inglis in Levy County. Photo taken 10/15/17.
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Florida 11 continues 11 miles south from Florida 40 into the Volusia County seat of DeLand. Photos taken 10/19/17.
SR 11 maintains a rural setting as it continues south through Volusia County. Photo taken 10/19/17.
Reassurance marker posted ahead of Lake Park Road. Lake Park Road serves the Candace R. Strawn-Lake Dias Park as SR 11 skirts Lake Dias to the east. Photo taken 10/19/17.
Florida 11 south passes west of the Tomoka Woods subdivision en route to CR 15A and U.S. 17 to DeLand. Photo taken 10/19/17.
Approaching DeLand, truck traffic is diverted from the center of the city onto the Volusia County 15A / Florida 15A bypass route. Photo taken 10/19/17.
Travelers bound for U.S. 92 (International Speedway Boulevard) east should remain along SR 11 (Perkins Highway) south in lieu of CR 15A. Photo taken 10/19/17.
Volusia County 15A (Spring Garden Avenue) constitutes the northern 2.14 miles of the truck bypass between Florida 11 (Perkins Highway) and U.S. 17. Photo taken 10/19/17.
Guide sign directing traffic to Orlando via CR 15A south. The sign is mostly directed toward truckers, as SR 11 south to U.S. 17, and any number of routes, will provide a way to the Interstate 4 interchanges east of DeLand. Photo taken 10/19/17.
Volusia County 15A splits from Florida 11 at an otherwise rural intersection. The county road portion of the truck bypass only carries two lanes while Florida 15A carries four overall. Photo taken 10/19/17.
Continuing south from Volusia County 15A via Florida 11. The character of the road remains somewhat rural with the addition of residential streets. Photo taken 10/19/17.
A second marker stands along SR 11 south of the CR 15A (Spring Garden Avenue) intersection. Photo taken 10/19/17.
Downtown DeLand lies five miles to the south along U.S. 17 & 92 (Woodland Boulevard). Photo taken 10/19/17.
Following an S-curve, SR 11 makes its final approach to U.S. 17 at a traffic signal. The state road briefly turns west to end at U.S. 17 opposite of Glenwood Road. Photo taken 10/19/17.
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Locally, U.S. 17 joins SR 11 with DeLand and Orange City to the south and with DeLeon Springs to the north. SR 11 officially ends here as Glenwood Road continues west to SR 15A (Spring Garden Avenue) and Grand Avenue. Photos taken 10/19/17.



Photo Credits:

  • 03/21/08 by AARoads.
  • 10/15/17 by AARoads.
  • 10/19/17 by AARoads and JP Nasiatka.

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