You could buy a map, there are many available. Or you could get the info for FREE!
For more than twenty years, the Florida Scenic Highway Program has worked to showcase some of the unique cultural, historical, and scenic resources our state has to offer. Florida has twenty-five pieces of roadway that meet the qualifications and six of them also are recognized by the National Scenic Byways program, including the Florida Scenic Highway which carries the “All American Road” designation.
The roadways can be found from Pensacola to the Keys and offer you a full menu of all the Sunshine State has to offer the motorcycle enthusiast. They vary in length from the short, but twisty, Ormond Scenic Loop at 34 miles (very busy during Daytona Bike Events) to the 220 mile long Big Bend Scenic Highway.
Information can be found online at Florida Scenic Highways. The website gives information about the program and each scenic ride, including maps, videos, and tourism information. There are even printable maps for the old school riders.