Back Road Stompin'
Time & Location
About the Event
** PLEASE READ FIRST **
* Dates, times and venue subject to change.
* This is NOT a JEEP only Event.
* In Consideration of being permitted to officiate, observe, work for, or for any purpose participate in any way in this Event, for himself, his personal representatives heirs, and next of kin, acknowledges, agrees, and represents that he HEREBY RELEASES, WAIVES, DISCHARGES AND COVENANTS NOT TO SUE Florida Trail Stompers, the promoter, participants, promotional partners, advertisers, beneficiaries, owners, and lessees of the premises used to conduct this Event, and their volunteers, FTS Trail Team Members, herein referred to as “releases”, from all liability to the undersigned, his personal representatives, assigns, heirs, and next of kin for any and all loss or damage, and any claim or demands therefore on account of injury to the person or property or resulting in death of the undersigned, whether caused by the negligence of the releases or otherwise while the undersigned is officiating in observing, working for, or for any purpose participating in the Event.
WHAT: Join FTS Back Road Stompin' Trail Bosses Cyndi and John Hoxie as we take you out for some Back Road Stompin’.
WHERE: Daytona Beach to St. Augustine
WHEN: April 24th at 9am
EVENT INFO: At 9am you will meet John and Cyndi at Bealls located at 1458 W Granada Blvd, Ormond Beach, FL 32174.
Bu-cee's 2330 Gateway North Drive Daytona Beach, Florida 32084
Depart at 9:15am SHARP! Please be early so you can get any fuel, snacks, and drinks.
The trip will end at Castillo de San Marcos located at:
1 South Castillo Drive St. Augustine, Fl 32084
Bring – picnic lunch and whatever you need to be comfortable eating outside (sunscreen, light jacket, etc), 2 way radios if you have them.
State Road A1A is a north–south Florida State Road that runs along the Atlantic Ocean, from Key West at the southern tip of Florida, to Fernandina Beach, just south of Georgia on Amelia Island. It is the main road through most oceanfront towns. Part of SR A1A is designated the A1A Scenic and Historic Coastal Byway. A portion of SR A1A that passes through Volusia County is designated the Ormond Scenic Loop and Trail. It is also called the Indian River Lagoon Scenic Highway from State Road 510 at Wabasso Beach to U.S. Route 1 in Cocoa. SR A1A is famous worldwide as a center of beach culture in the United States, a scenic coastal route through most Atlantic coastal cities and beach towns, including the unique tropical coral islands of the Florida Keys. SR A1A also serves as a major thoroughfare through Miami Beach and other south Florida coastal cities.
Other than SR A1A Alternate (now SR 811, CR 707, SR 732, and an extension of SR 842), only two other Florida state roads have begun with a letter: SR A19A (now a loop of SR 693–SR 699–SR 682 near St. Petersburg), and SR G1A (now SR 300).
The road was designated as State Road 1 in the 1945 renumbering, mostly replacing the former State Road 140 designation. The number reflected its location in the new grid as the easternmost major north–south road. About a year and a half later, in November 1946, the State Road Board resolved to renumber the route due to confusion with the parallel U.S. Highway 1. The new designation, A1A, was chosen to keep the number 1 in its place in the grid.
The East Coast Greenway, a system of trails that connects Maine to Florida, travels along sections of SR A1A.
PLEASE BE SURE TO TREAD LIGHTLY AND TAKE YOUR TRASH OUT. DON'T LITTER.