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Western Florida (Spring Hill) to Dothan, Alabama

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Ride Stats:

  • Distance: 643 miles / 1034.8 km
  • Ride Time: A Weekend (2 days)
  • Approximate Fuel Costs: $48.87
  • States Visited: Florida, Alabama
Submitted by:
barrycuda pro

*** This route was set up and ridden solo. Left Saturday morning and returned Sunday late afternoon. It was just an overnight trip. I placed a weekend in the time column, because I did the ride that way. however,for those who ride in groups, don't like to log heavy miles in a day, or just want a bit more comfort as well as the casual ride, I recommend 3 days. This was done Sept. 2011. All of my routes are mapped out on atlas' as I do not use GPS. Of course you can modify to taste. thank you for looking and feel free to provide any feedback so I can make my route additions more beneficial.

** I stayed at the Dothan National Golf Resort. It was not a treat by any means. I included Ross Clark circle on the journey for the eateries as well as motels and hotels**

From the gas station on Barclay and Elgin (Spring Hill):
Elgin to Landover (R)
Landover to Mariner (R)
Mariner to SR50/Cortez blvd. (L)
SR50/Cortez Blvd to US10/Commercial way ( R lane merges onto US 19 )
Take US 19/commercial blvd. all the way to the town of PERRY. ( approx 145 miles)
** there will be long stretches of US19 that are open roads and nothing around**
US19 in Perry, to US98 /coastal Hwy. ( you may wish to fuel in perry, there are stretches of 98 without pumps)
US98 to FL 267 N (forks gently to right) make right onto FL 267 N/Bloxham cutoff road
FL267 N/Bloxham cutoff road to SR20 W./ Jackson Bluff Hwy.(gas approx 25 miles)
**along SR20 is a nice local eatery called APALACHEE RESTAURANT on right hand side- a must stop in for real local flavor and hospitality**SR20 W to SR71 N. - you will cross a small bridge, after that slow down because SR71 sneaks right up on you.
SR71 N to FL road 2 W (town of Malone) left onto FL2 W.
FL2 W thru town of Campbellon (approx 12 miles) to US231 ( water tower and US post office as landmarks) At US231, R turn. Welcome to Alabama.
US231 N to Ross Clark circle. ( this cuts out busy traffic in downtown by residents)
*** at this point refer to your hotel location***
The return trip was slightly varied based on wanting new roads and making up some time. This was only a quick overnight stay and return...

US231 S./SR75 past FL2 (Campbellon) to SR73 (L) - will fork to L
SR73/CR164 to where it splits and mergers with SR90 and SR10 bear (L)
SR73/10/US90 aka Lafayette St. when you get into town of Marietta, the road is just SR10/US90. stay on that until it merges into with SR71 S.
SR71/10/US90 until forks to SR71 S. (forks to R)
SR71 to I-10 E to exit 181 (signs for town of Quincy) look for SR267 S./Pat Thomas pkwy.)
( you are looking for SR267 S. --NOT QUINCY)
SR267 S to the end. you will come to a 'T'. this is SR20 (L) going SR20 E
SR20 E back to FL267 S/Bloxham cutoff road. (R)
(It is very easy to miss this turn ! if you are SR20 and the signs read BLOUNTSTOWN HWY, you past it !! turn back to get FL267)**** depending on time of year, watch out for deer on FL 267 and (*. when I road this route, the deer were out ***
FL267 all way to US98 (L)
US98 to US19/27 ( PERRY ) (R)
US19 back to SR50/Cortez (L)
Cortez to Barclay (R)
Barclay to Elgin.... to gas station, starting point
For those with more time, you can take more scenic routes such as:
when getting to SR71 heading to Dothan, you can take SR69 which will merge to SR71 and continue. OR...avoid I-10 on the return and do your thing.

OVERALL: smooth rides, long stretches of riding without traffic or lights. gas stations are reasonable in most spots, folks were friendly in Alabama. And that's coming from a NYC guy!! Bring rain gear if weather calls for it, there are stretches where there is NO PLACE to hide !! :)
Hope you try my routes out and feel free to let me know what ya think !!

This is a motorcycle ride in the states Florida, Alabama. This motorcycle route has 5 scenery characteristics and other road conditions to help you plan your road trip. This motorcycle map was created by barrycuda in June. Click here to see other Motorcycle Roads by barrycuda

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