An interpretive kiosk here tells the story of the historic Pensacola-St. Augustine Road. This noted pathway stretched from Pensacola to St. Augustine and passed through Malone along the route of today’s State Highway 2. Established by connecting American Indian trails, the road was first mapped in 1778 during the American Revolution. British troops used this route during the Revolutionary War and it later provided a pathway for traders, Creek Indians and others. The U.S. allied Creek brigade of Brig. Gen. William McIntosh passed along this road on its way to the Battle of the Upper Chipola (fought near Bellamy Bridge) in 1818.