Florida State Road 267 forms an L-shaped route west and south of Tallahassee. The southern branch along Bloxham Cutoff constitutes a rural highway joining SR 20 in western Leon County with U.S. 98 at Newport. Traveling 30.79 miles, over half through Apalachicola National Forest, SR 267 joins the communities of Hilliardville, Bethel and Wakulla. West from Bloxom, SR 267 overlaps with SR 20 for 2.28 miles into eastern Liberty County. The two separate east of Hosford, with SR 267 angling northeast 15.39 miles to U.S. 90 in Quincy.
Within Quincy, SR 267 combines with U.S. 90 for 0.84 miles along Jefferson Street through Downtown. Adams Street leads SR 267 north to Bainbridge Highway, which extends SR 267, 8.49 miles to Cool Springs Road in South Georgia.
Wakulla lies 3.7 miles to the northwest at the crossroads of SR 267 and SR 363 (Woodville Highway).
The four way stop at SR 267 (Bloxum Cutoff Road) and SR 363 (Woodville Highway) was upgraded to a signalized intersection by 2010.
CR 365 (Shadeville Road) branches southwest from SR 267 at the ensuing intersection northbound from SR 363.
Wakulla County Road 61 travels 7.59 miles north from CR 365 at Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park north to the Leon County line where it becomes SR 61 en route to Tallahassee.
CR 365 along Spring Creek Highway ties into SR 267 (Bloxum Cutoff Road) north from Shadeville ahead of this confirming marker.
U.S. 319 travels south to Crawfordville and Apalachicola and north to Tallahassee and Thomasville, Georgia.
CR 373 stems 1.25 miles north from SR 267 to the Leon County line, where it becomes CR 2203 en route to Spring Hill.
Unsigned CR 267A heads 1.30 miles west along Helen Guard Station Road to SR 267 (Bloxham Cutoff) ahead of this shield assembly.
Confirming marker posted after the intersection with CR 65C (McCall Bridge Road) by Bear Creek State Park.
Interstate 10 travels west from Tallahassee to a diamond interchange (Exit 181) with SR 267 en route to Pensacola.
Pat Thomas Parkway extends one block further as CR 268 to 14th and Washington Streets. CR 268 takes 14th Street northwest to Soloman Dairy Road en route to Gretna.
SR 267 (Adams Street) runs alongside the Gadsden County Courthouse between U.S. 90 and Washington Street.
CR 270A comprises a 0.85-mile link between SR 267 (Bainbridge Highway) and CR 65 (Attapulgus Highway).
SR 267 follows Pat Thomas Parkway south from U.S. 90/SR 12 (Jefferson Street) and CR 268. This confirming marker stands at Crawford Street in Quincy.
A branch of CR 274 in Quincy lines Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard east to CR 268 (Adams Street) and west to Atlanta Street.
CR 267A connects SR 267 (Pat Thomas Parkway) with CR 65B (Old Federal Road) south of Interstate 10.
Continuing southeast from U.S. 319, SR 267 advances eight miles to SR 363 at Wakulla and 12 miles to U.S. 98 at Newport.
Old Bethel Road, CR 365 (Spring Creek Highway) north and Old Shell Point Road south converge at succeeding intersections along SR 267 (Bloxham Cutoff Road) southbound.
|Gadsden County Road 272 (Hutchinson Ferry Road) east at State Road 267 (Bainbridge Highway). Photo taken 07/29/11.|
07/29/11 by AARoads
Page Updated 04-21-2020.