Florida State Road 2

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State Road 2

The two portions of SR 2 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by FDOT
Length78.993 mi[1] (127.127 km)
Existed1945 renumbering (definition)–present
Western section
Length63.454 mi[1] (102.119 km)
West end SR 81 near Sweet Gum Head
Major intersections US 231 in Campbellton
East end SR 91 towards Donalsonville, GA
Eastern section
Length15.539 mi[1] (25.008 km)
West end SR 94 towards Fargo, GA
East end SR 94 towards St. George, GA
CountryUnited States
CountiesHolmes, Jackson, Columbia, Baker
Highway system

State Road 2 (SR 2) is the designation of two east–west state highways in Florida, each having at least one terminus at that state's border with Georgia. Both segments lie entirely within 4 miles (6 km) of Florida's northern boundary.

Route description

The western segment of SR 2 extends 63 miles (101 km) from its western terminus (an intersection with SR 81) south of Sweet Gum Head, Florida to the Georgia border near Bascom, Florida. The road continues across the Chattahoochee River and becomes Georgia State Route 91 in Seminole County, Georgia near Donalsonville. The predominantly rural SR 2 passes through the towns of Pittman, Noma, Campbellton, and Malone as it crosses Holmes and Jackson Counties in the Florida panhandle.

The eastern segment of SR 2 is a 15-mile-long (24 km) road crossing the Okefenokee Swamp as it connects two separate sections of Georgia State Route 94 between Council, Georgia and Moniac, Georgia. This portion of the highway is extremely deserted and is traveled on very rarely. With most of the roadway constructed adjacent to a track maintained and operated by the Norfolk Southern Railway, it serves no Florida municipalities (although Taylor, Florida is ten miles (16 km) to the south in Baker County). SR 2 clips the northeastern corner of Columbia County with the segment's westernmost mile. The routing of SR 2 continues as CR 2 at the Florida border in Nassau County just east of St. George, Georgia for about 1 mile (1.6 km) until its intersection with County Road 121.

Major intersections

HolmesRoyals Crossroads0.0000.000

SR 81 north / CR 2 west / CR 2A east – Darlington, Geneva, Samson
Western terminus of SR 2; northern terminus of concurrency with SR 81
2.6824.316 CR 185 (Petty Crossroads) – Leonia, Sweet Gum Head
SR 81 south – Ponce de Leon
Southern terminus of concurrency with SR 81
CR 163 north
Southern terminus of CR 163
9.56115.387 CR 179A – Geneva, Westville
Pittman13.11521.107 CR 179 – Geneva, Caryville
14.75023.738 CR 65 (Roping Road)
16.59926.714 CR 177A – Geneva, Bonifay
Miller Crossroads17.84228.714 CR 177 – Black, Bonifay
EstoHolland Crossroads line23.73938.204 SR 79 – Hartford, Bonifay
CR 175 north (Main Street)
Southern terminus of CR 175
Tendil Crossing28.06345.163 CR 173
CR 171 north
Southern terminus of CR 171
SR 77 north (Cotton Street) – Dothan
west end of SR 77 overlap
SR 77 south (Cotton Street) – Chipley
east end of SR 77 overlap
32.40352.148 CR 169 (Cliff Street) – Cottondale
CR 193 south (Smokey Road)
Southern terminus of concurrency with CR 193
CR 193 north (Browntown Road)
Northern terminus of concurrency with CR 193

US 231 (SR 75) to SR 273 south – Dothan, Cottondale
49.25679.270 CR 167 (Old US Road)
Malone53.94886.821 SR 71 (10th Street) – Dothan, Greenwood
CR 165 south (Basswood Road) – Bascom
Northern terminus of CR 165
62.407100.434 CR 164 (Timberlane Road)
Neals Landing63.454102.119
SR 91 north – Donalsonville
Georgia state line (Chattahoochee River bridge)
Gap in route
SR 94 west – Fargo
Georgia state line
BakerBaxter15.28524.599 CR 127 – Sanderson
SR 94 east – St. George
Georgia state line (St. Marys River bridge)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

County Road 2A

County Road 2A

LocationNew Harmony
Length9.070 mi[2] (14.597 km)

County Road 2A

LocationRoyals Crossroads
Length2.352 mi[2] (3.785 km)

County Road 2A, formerly State Road 2A, exists in two segments. The first is a short spur that runs into the town of New Harmony in Walton County, and the second runs from the Walton-Holmes County line, through Royals Crossroads and SR 2/SR 81, to CR 185. The road is signed as County Road 2A.


  1. ^ a b c d FDOT straight line diagrams Archived March 6, 2014, at the Wayback Machine, accessed December 2013
  2. ^ a b Florida Department of Transportation. "FDOT GIS Geodatabase data". Retrieved November 19, 2013.

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