William Bartram Scenic Highway
– Since 1827 –
Preserving Old Florida
Learn about the Bartram Trail Scenic Highway
State Road 13 (SR13) winds its way along the St. Johns River, in St. Johns County through pine and palmetto barrens, oak hammocks and swamps, and under moss draped trees. It stretches from the Julington Creek Bridge at the County line south for about 17 miles to Ward’s Creek.
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The William Bartram Scenic and Historic Highway organization is proud to present this series of oral histories of a number of longtime residents of Northwest St. Johns County.
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“With all the development in St Johns County, it’s imperative that we preserve the history of the area for future generations. I’m proud to be a member of the William Bartram Trail Scenic Highway. My husband grew up here and my daughter is now growing up here. My hope is that our grandchildren will have the opportunity to enjoy learning about the history of the area.
Dawn Hutchins / Fruit Cove, Florida
William Bartram Scenic
and Historic Highway is a
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