210 NE Cholokka Blvd, Micanopy, Florida 32667
Physical Address: 210 NE Cholokka Blvd, Micanopy, Florida 32667
*Note - some GPS units will not direct you accurately. Please also use the driving directions below.
The Shop is located along a tree-lined street in the beautifully historic Micanopy, Florida close to quiet cafes. We are located 1 mile off I-75 and ½ mile off of State Road 441. There is nearby a Bed and Breakfast and Museum as well.
The Shop is located in beautiful downtown Micanopy between Gainesville and Ocala 1 mile off I-75 and Historic US-441
25 minute drive South from Gainesville / University of Florida
40 minutes drive North from Ocala
2 to 2 1/2 hour drive from nearby cities and airports:
- Jacksonville (Southwest)
- Orlando (North)
- Tampa (Northeast)
- Daytona Beach (Northeast)
- St. Augustine (Southwest)
2-3 hour drive South from Tallahassee
5 hour drive North from the West Palm Beach area
5 hour drive South from the Atlanta area
From I-75 (north or south)
Turn East at exit 374 onto CR 234
Go 1/2 mile to Historic Micanopy sign.
Turn Right onto Seminary St.
Go about a 1/2 mile until Seminary St. ends in downtown Micanopy
Turn Left on to NE Cholokka Boulevard.
If you miss the turn onto Seminary Street, continue on CR 234 for 1.4 miles to Hwy 441
Turn right (or south) onto Hwy 441
Go 0.7 miles to the blinking light where you turn right onto Cholokka Boulevard
If you need further directions, please call us at (352) 466-4031 or send an e-mail.
More Information about the traveling the area:
The Old Florida Heritage Highway is composed of a stretch of US-441 from near Gainesville to the Alachua-Marion County line and also several spur roads. Exploring this corridor offers access to an unusually well preserved section of Florida's natural and scenic heritage.
Travelers can enter one end of the US-441 portion of the byway from I-75, travel the 12 miles of US-441, and exit the byway at the other end, back onto I-75. From Gainesville, enter the byway on US-441 as it crosses State Road 331. Follow US-441 south into the Paynes Prairie State Preserve and through the city of Micanopy to the Alachua-Marion County line.