Atlantic Coast Section 7

Map Details:
St. Augustine, FL - Key West, FL (506.3 miles)
Product Code
Adventure Cycling Association
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Current Map Version
October 2021

Starting in St. Augustine, the route is urban/suburban most of the way down the coast through Miami. SR A1A along the ocean is adjacent to multiple aquatic preserves and wildlife refuges. Opportunities to enjoy the beaches are plentiful. South of Jupiter, campgrounds for tenting are almost nonexistent until south of Miami. On the highway to Key West there are generous shoulders, though we recommend using the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail. Bahia Honda State Park, north of Key West, offers multiple opportunities to enjoy and learn about the reef environment of the Keys. To create a loop route from Key West, a ferry is available to Fort Myers where it is possible to join the Florida Connector route and return to Fort Lauderdale. Space is limited on the ferries, so when you make your reservation, be sure to let them know in advance that you have a bike. Click on enlargement for detail. 

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Reviewed By: Dboett on 6/27/21

My husband loved all the maps, gift for Father’s Day

Miami to Key West


Reviewed By: Charles Newgent on 8/11/20

I love maps and this one is great. Navigating through Miami it a must and halfway through our three day ride broke a derailleur hanger and map had local bike shop location. Bike fixed and finished awesome to Key West.

Great Planning tool


Reviewed By: A customer from Geneva, Switzerland on 9/7/11

The map has so far been very useful to plan my trip around florida in January next year. The format is great for a handlebar bag. It will be more of a challenge on a trike but I am sure it will work out just fine. The maps seems more solid than the usual paper maps.

Atlantic Coast Section 7


Reviewed By: Charlie Johnson on 6/6/11

Excellent...exactly what I have come to expect from this great organization!!

Florida Coast


Reviewed By: Casey Carmichael on 2/6/11

You got to go into it knowing that there will be cars on the road with you. With that said, the maps keep you off the bad stretches. A rule of thumb, if you think the traffic is really bad, you are not following the map. The map got me through Dayton with little or no traffic and was a very enjoyable ride that day. Overall I recommend the map.

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