A canopy road along the byway

Welcome to Scenic U.S. 441

Along North Central Florida...
"It is the mission of  Old Florida Heritage Highway to preserve and promote the corridor, while fostering community involvement and educating visitors on the outstanding nature and unique features of this corridor."
The Old Florida Heritage Highway is a corridor in the Department of Transportation Florida Scenic Highway Program. The Florida Scenic Highway Program was designed to showcase the outstanding cultural, historical, archeological, recreational, natural and scenic intrinsic resources along Florida's state highways.
This community-based, grass roots effort focuses on resource protection while educating travelers by "telling a story" that represents Florida lifestyles and unique intrinsic resources.
The Old Florida Heritage Highway and its loop/spur roads total approximately 48 (forty-eight) miles from State Road 441 to Alachua/Marion County line.
If you would like to learn more visit Dial and Discover. Dial and Discover is a free cell phone tour that highlights the Old Florida Heritage Highway.
 Upcoming OFHH Community Meeting

Plans are underway to celebrate  the 75th anniversary of the publication of Marjorie Kinnan Rawling's works
Cross Creek and Cross Creek Cookery! 


Paynes Prairie State Park Visitors Center
Recently Renovated & now open!

"Save the Date" for Micanopy 2016 Fall Harvest Festival!
Saturday October 29 and Sunday October 30!
 Attention Photographers!  
Some Contests to Enter!

Four contests in 2016 with different themes of Wildlife, Natural Beauty, Recreation, and Byway Events.​

Also see www.prairiefriends.org for another contest!