Florida County Map
The Map of Florida is an elaborate graphic representation of urban space of the state. It shares information on location of cities, state boundaries, highways and state roads.
The comprehensive design includes city layouts of Tallahassee, the state capital, Daytona Beach, Melbourne, Jacksonville, Key West, Panama City, Gainesville, St Petersburg, Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Pensacola, Tampa, Tallahassee, Titusville and Orlando.
Other urban markings on the map include, detailed transportation networks, airports, recreational areas military installations and other points of interest. Physical attributes include significant water bodies, parks, forest and mountain peaks.
Details on the Map
Designed with accuracy using current map data, this Map of Florida is a high quality image of the urban layout of the state. Boundaries of the state are identifiable with contrasting contour. It encompasses all primary and secondary cities and towns with highlighted box frames of important settlements. The State Capital Tallahassee, is named in its true location and can be placed easily.
National highways, state highways, airports, military installation and recreational areas are other details that are included in the map. Separate inset ,elaborates the city layout of Daytona Beach, Melbourne, Jacksonville, Key West, Panama City, Gainesville, St Petersburg, Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Pensacola, Tampa, Tallahassee, Titusville and Orlando. Significant water bodies, mountain peaks, forestlands, national parks and State parks can be easily placed on the frame. This Map of Florida with separate cities maps is a wonderful combination of quality, price and usability perfect for display in classrooms, offices and home.
The map of Florida is also furnished with a city town index, County index, distance markers, miniature map of the United States pinpointing the placement of Florida along with a digitized flag of the State.
Location on the mapFlorida is the southernmost state of the United States. The Gulf of Mexico borders the state to the west and Alabama to the northwest. The Atlantic Ocean forms the coastline to the east. Georgia forms the northern border. And the Strait of Florida can be placed on the south.
Key TableThe key table elaborates symbolic data like national parks, State parks , military area, highways, important roads, airports and other details of the title frame.
Region Location and Counties on Map of FloridaAccording to the USCB the State of Florida is located in the Southern part of the US in South Atlantic Region division 5 along with Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia ,West Virginia, Florida is divided into 67 Counties.
Time Zone in FloridaFlorida follows two time zones. Most of Florida falls under the Eastern Time Zone and observes the Eastern Standard Time (EST) which is 5 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time. The Florida panhandle in the northwestern side follow the central time zone and follow the Central Standard Time(CST).
Major cities in FloridaCapital Tallahassee along with Daytona Beach, Melbourne, Jacksonville, Key West, Panama City, Gainesville, St Petersburg, Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Pensacola, Tampa, Tallahassee, Titusville and Orlando are elaborated in separate insets. Each frame is marked with national highways, interstate highways and state highways which are numbered and color coded. Military areas, airports, recreational areas and points of interest are also indicated for quick reference. The map is also furnished with a city town index, county index and distance markers which help locate the smallest town on the frame.
Daytona Beach City Inset
Daytona Beach is a part of Volusia County. Nicknamed “The Spring Break Capital of the World” it is known for its hard-packed sand beaches. The City is geographically split into two parts by the Halifax River Lagoon.
Daytona Beach is mainly served with Interstate 95 which is the main highway of Florida’s Atlantic Coast. Important administrative buildings are named with readable fonts. The airport location is visible with clarity. Points of interest, rest and recreational areas are other details included on the frame.
Gainesville City Inset
Gainesville is the county seat and also the largest city of Alachua County, Florida. The University of Florida, the fifth largest university campus by enrollment in the US is placed here. Sites of interest like historical parks, museums, natural spaces and notable buildings can be found on the frame easily.
The intricate road system of the city is laid out precisely on the inset. Interstate highways, National highways and state highways are numbered and marked with color coded thread margins. Intercity railroads and airport locations are also marked on the inset.
Jacksonville City Inset
Jacksonville is in the county seat of Duval County. It is not only the most populous city of Florida but also the largest city in terms of land area in contiguous US. It is also known as the “River city”, because of its placement on the banks of St Johns River. The Trout river can also be seen flowing through the city.
The Timucua Preserve covering wetland and waterways, Fort Caroline National Memorial and Kingsley Plantation along with many state parks and recreational areas are indicated clearly on the inset. The huge defense installations of the Navy can also be identified with ease. The city sits along the interstate highway -95 and 10.
Key West City Inset
The southernmost city in the contiguous United States, Key West, is an island located in the Straits of Florida. It is the seat of Monroe County and contains all the coral cay archipelago known as the Florida Keys.
The city boundary encompasses all islands in the Key West archipelago and some nearby islands. Sigsbee Park, Fleming Key, Sunset Key and Stock Islands are marked prominently on the inset. Duval Street, the main route of the city can be seen crossing from the Gulf of Mexico to the Straits of Florida and the Atlantic Ocean.
Melbourne City Inset
Melbourne lies in Brevard County and is the principal city of Palm Bay-Melbourne-Titusville metropolitan area. The city is located along Interstate 95, the main interstate highway of Florida’s Atlantic Coast. The city is known for its lush gardens, botanical spaces, public landscape and coconut palms.
Sites of interest marked on the map include golf courses, utilities, museums, historic sites, notable buildings, parks and recreational areas. Harbor City Boulevard can be seen running parallel to the Indian River. Primary and secondary roads, Airports locations and railroads of Florida East Coast Railways are indicated with clarity.
Titusville City InsetTitusville is the seat of Brevard County and is located on the Indian River Lagoon that forms a part of Atlantic Intracoastal Waterways. State road 405 serves the city along with Space Coast Area Transit, a municipal bus system in Brevard County. Other primary and secondary roads, intersections and airport location are marked for quick reference. Historic landmarks like the Windover Archeological site, historical sites, museums and other points of interest are marked on the frame notably.
Miami City Inset
The City of Miami is the seat of Miami-Dade County and also the principal settlement of South Florida. Miami is also the financial, cultural and economic center of the area. . Port Miami is the busiest port in the world and is also referred to as the “Cruise Capital of the World”.
Downtown Miami marked prominently on the inset is the heart of the city and also its central business district. Beaches , parks, museums, art centers, golf courses, botanical gardens, schools, colleges. Flagler Street can be seen serving the city from east to west and Miami Avenue connects the city from north to south.
Fort Lauderdale City InsetFort Lauderdale is named after the forts built during the second Seminole War. It is the seat of Broward County and the principal city in the Miami metropolitan area. Fort Lauderdale is known for its extensive networks of canals and is often called the Venice of America. Sites of interest like historical parks, museums, natural spaces and notable buildings can be placed with clarity on the frame. Interstate highways, national highways and state highways are numbered for quick reference.
Orlando City InsetOrlando is located in Orange County in central Florida. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. The two renowned tourist destinations in Orlando are Walt Disney world resort and the Universal Orlando Resort. The thirteenth busiest airport in the United States also lies in this city. The city is primarily served with Interstate 4 along with the Florida Turnpike which connects northern Florida with Orlando.
Panama City InsetPanama falls under the Bay County and is also its County seat. It is located within the Florida Panhandle along the Emerald Coast. The port of Panama City is on the Gulf Intracoastal waterways. The two main highways that serve the city include Highway 98 and 231.
Pensacola City InsetPensacola is a seat of Escambia County seat and the westerner most city of Florida Panhandle. It is one of the largest metropolitan areas in the gulf coast region. It is known as the cradle of Naval Aviation. Points of interest include, military installations, state parks universities, museums and notable buildings. The city sits along the interstate highway -10 and 110.
Tallahassee City InsetTallahassee is the State Capital and also the largest city in Florida Big Band and Florida panhandle region. It is the seat of Leon County. Nearby suburbs that can be found in the inset include: Crawfordville, Havana, Lamount Lloyd and Quincy. Interstate 10 serves the city along with other primary and secondary roads and railway paths. Airport locations are also marked for quick reference.
Tampa City InsetLocated on the west coast of Tampa Bay, it is one of the major cities in Hillsborough County. It is also the third largest city of the state. Sulphur Springs, historical sites, museums, notable buildings, river walks are the sites of interest that can be located on the inset. Tampa has several freeways which serve the city. There are two tolled freeways bringing traffic in and out of the city.
St. Petersburg City InsetSt Petersburg lies in Pinellas County. St. Petersburg is the fifth largest city in Florida and the second-largest city in the Tampa Bay Area. Sites of interest like historical parks, museums, natural spaces and notable buildings can be placed with clarity on the frame. Interstate, state, and national highways are numbered for quick reference.
IndexThe map is also furnished with a city town index, County index and a distance marker which help locate all primary and secondary towns of Maine on the map.
A useful legend explains the symbol of population concentration, primary and secondary roads, airport location, state boundaries and much more.
This map is an excellent quick reference geographical guide of the state, designed for homes, classrooms, businesses and office space.
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|Size||22 x 30 in|
|Publisher Name||Globe Turner|