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         Our Heritage Roads are more than just canopy roads, they are glimpses of who we were as a community and they are pathways to what we want our County to be and look like. Jefferson County’s topography is diverse, including scenic rolling hills, with its farms, ranches, and timber lands, the dramatic drop to the Flatwoods at the Cody escarpment and some untouched roads that are topped by beautiful canopies.  Our Heritage Roads shed insight into the exploits of early settlers and explorers (Native American, Spanish, British, and American), the many historic sites within our County and present the rich agriculture, timber, and ranching history of our County.
         The Heritage Road System consists of four named Trails: 1) Miccosukee-Magnolia Trail (Northwest): 2) Plantation Trail (Northeast); 3) Spanish Trace Trail (Central); and 4) Flatwoods-Wilderness Trail (Southern).  The trails are color coded; following our chosen canopy and scenic roads, you will travel past many historic sites, points of interests and pass through our towns and communities.

       We are delighted to have you visit with us and we hope you enjoy traveling our Heritage Roads. Please remember you need to check your fuel gauge and cell phone service. Slow down and enjoy the view  - most drivers still wave when passing each other.    

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