Florida State Road 25

Florida State Road 25

State Road 25 (SR 25) is a state highway in the U.S. state of Florida. It is mainly signed as U.S. Highways:

  • U.S. Highway 27 from Hialeah to Lady Lake and Belleview to Ocala
  • U.S. Highway 301 from Belleview to near Sparr
  • U.S. Highway 441 from Belleview to Lake City
  • U.S. Highway 41 from High Springs to the Georgia state line near Jennings, connecting with Georgia State Route 7

The portion from Lady Lake to Belleview is now County Road 25. A short piece in Belleview, from State Road 35 to U.S. Highway 27/301/441 (SR 500), is signed as SR 25.

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