Jacksonville Area Bridges - Openings & Contact Info

Bridge regulations are provided for informational purposes only, not for navigation. Bridge information updated on Aug. 30, 2006. Sources include the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway (www.aicw.org), and Florida Cruising Directory.

 

Sisters Creek (ICW) S.R. 105, Heckscher Dr. 24 foot clearance (closed) over MHW. No regulations, opens on demand.  There are cross currents.
Jacksonville Beach
(ICW)
McCormick, U.S. 90. 37 foot clearance (closed) over MHW. No openings April, May, Oct. & Nov., Monday thru Friday, 7 to 9 am and 4:30 to 6:30 pm except on hour and half-hour. Also no openings April, May, Oct. & Nov. on Saturday, Sunday and Federal holidays, 12 noon to 6 pm except on hour and half-hour.
St. Augustine (ICW) SR A1A, Bridge of Lions. 25 foot clearance (closed) over MHW. No openings Monday thru Friday, 7 am to 6 pm except on hour and half-hour. No openings at 8 am, 12 noon and 5 pm. Also no openings Saturday, Sunday and Federal holidays, 7 am to 6 pm except on hour and half-hour.
Main St. Bridge
Jacksonville, FL
Main St. lift bridge, downtown Jacksonville, FL. 40' clearance (closed). Opens on demand on the hour between 9 am and 4 pm, with no openings between 7 - 9 am and 4 - 6 pm Mon - Sat.
Fuller Warren Bridge
Jacksonville, FL
I-95 bridge 75' fixed span.
Railroad Bridge,
Jacksonvile, FL
Low clearance, usually open unless a train is coming, then it closes. Contact operator on Channel 9.
Ortega River Bridge
Jacksonville, FL
Entrance to Ortega River from St. Johns River. Bridge regulations adn openings TBA.
Buckman Bridge Highway 295, Fixed 65' span at mile 34.5 on the St. Johns River.
Doctors Lake,
Orange Park, FL
Hwy 17 - Park Ave. 37' Fixed bridge at the mouth of Doctors Lake (Doctors Inlet).

 





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