I-95

Shopping

 

Outlets, malls, and specialty shopping options located within 1/2 mile of an I-75 exit are listed below. These listings run north to south. Individual exits show intersecting routes and cities and towns accessible from that exit.

Exit Exit Description Exit Services
439 FL 136, White Springs, Live Oak
  • State Farmers Market
435 I-10, to Jacksonville, Tallahassee
427 U.S. 90, Live Oak, Lake City
  • Wal-Mart Supercenter
387 FL 26, Gainesville, Newberry
  • Oaks Mall
  • K-Mart
  • Publix Supermarket
  • Winn Dixie Supermarket
384 FL 24, Gainesville, Archer
  • Target Department Store
350 FL 200, Ocala, Hernando, Dunnellon
  • Barnes & Noble
  • Petsmart
  • Sam's Club
341 CR 484, Belleview
  • Ocala Factory Stores
301 U.S. 98, FL 50, Dade City, Brookville
  • Winn Dixie Supermarket
279 FL 54, Land O' Lakes, Zephyrhills
  • WalGreens
  • Winn Dixie Supermarket
260A/B FL 574, Mango
  • Camberly Plaza
257 FL 60, Brandon, Tampa
  • Barnes & Noble
  • Target Department Store
240 FL 674, Rushin, Sun City Center
  • Eckerd Drugs
  • Food Lion Supermarket
  • Publix Supermarket
  • Wal-Mart
224 U.S. 301, Ellenton, Palmetto
  • Gulf Coast Factory Shops
  • K-Mart, Publix Supermarket
  • WalGreens
217 FL 70, Bradenton, Arcadia
  • Publix Supermarket
213 University Parkway, Sarasota, International Airport
  • Publix Supermarket
  • Sarasota Outlet Center
  • WalGreens
  • Wal-Mart
210 FL 780, Sarasota, Gulf Beaches
  • Publix Supermarket
  • Target Department Store
207 FL 758, Bee Ridge Road, Sarasota
  • K-Mart
  • Publix Supermarket
  • WalGreens
170 CR 769, Arcadia, Port Charlotte
  • Eckerd Drugs
  • Publix Supermarket
107 CR 896, Naples, Golden Gate
  • Publix Supermarket
  • WalGreens
 

 

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