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Mississippi United States #45A Highway Guide

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Junction of US Highway 45
US highway 45 leaves US highway 45A and heads north. Alternate route to US 45
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0.5
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 388
East to Bigbee Valley, MS and the Mississippi/Alabama state line. Note: Mississippi state highway 388 crosses over US highway 45.
0.7
1.1
Joes Creek, MS
Crossing over Joes Creek, MS.
4.7
7.6
Junction of Tarlton Rd, MS
The town of Crawford, MS. Limited services. West to the community of Oktoc, MS. It is once known as "The Diary Capital of the South." East to US highway 45.
6.4
10.3
Shotbag Creek, MS
Crossing Shotbag Creek, MS.
12.4
19.9
Junction of Gilmer-Wilburn Rd, MS
East to US highway 45.
13.0
20.9
Catalpa Creek, MS
Crossing Catalpa Creek, MS.
13.2
21.2
Junction of W Artesia Rd, MS
East to the town of Artesia, MS. It was originally a junction point on the Mobile and Ohio Railroad. Its name originates from a cluster of artesian wells that were found in the area. US post office.
15.2
24.4
Sand Creek, MS
Crossing Sand Creek, MS.
15.7
25.3
Catalpa Creek, MS
Crossing Catalpa Creek, MS.
17.6
28.3
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 182
West to Mississippi state highways 12 and 25, US highway 82. Mississippi State University Golf Course. This 18-hole, par-72 course has received recognition by Golf Digest and Golfweek magazines as being one of the best in the region. It boasts beautiful trees, rolling hills, and a serene lake not only for aesthetics, but also to enhance your playing experience. Phone: 662-325-3028. Summer Hours of Operation: Monday 8:00 am - 7:30 pm; Tuesday 12:00 pm - 7:30 pm; Wednesday 8:00 am - 7:30 pm; Thursday 8:00 am - 7:30 pm; Friday 8:00 am - 7:30 pm; Saturday 7:30 am - 7:30 pm; Sunday 8:00 am - 7:30 pm. East to Oak Slush Creek, MS. Mississippi state highway 12 and US highway 82. Mississippi State University. It was ranked #18 nationally in Forbes magazine's 'America's Best College Buys' in 2009. Davis Wade Stadium, the home playing venue for MSU's football team - The Bulldogs. Humprey Coliseum, a 10,500 seat multi-purpose arena. It is home to the MSU's Bulldogs men's and women's basketball teams. It is nicknamed 'The Hump.' Dudy Noble Field, Polk-DeMent Stadium, home to the Bulldogs baseball team. The community of Starkville, MS. East to Mississippi state highway 12 and US highway 82.
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Junction of Mississippi State Highways 12 and 25 and US Highway 82
West to Mississippi State University Golf Course. Mississippi state highway 182. Oktibbeha County Lake. Fishing, boating. Tent sites, 9 RV sites (paved, gravel), 9 pull-thrus (14'x36'), 9 full hook-ups, 50 amps, shaded spots, dump station, handicapped accessible, pet restrictions apply. Phone: 662-323-3350. East to Golden Triangle Regional Airport. US highway 45 and Mississippi state highway 182. The Oak Slush Creek. The city of Columbus, MS. Home to Columbus Air Force Base. Note: Mississippi state highway 25 overlaps US highway 45A at this point.
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30.2
Junction of Sumter Rd, MS
Access road to Oktibbeha Airport and Camps Lake, MS.
19.7
31.7
Catalpa Creek, MS
Crossing Catalpa Creek, MS.
21.1
33.9
Junction of Tibbee Rd/Old Starville Rd/Old West Point Rd, MS
East to the community of Tibbee, MS. Limited services. The John C. Stennis Lock and Dam, formerly named Columbus Lock and Dam. It is one of four lock and dam structures on the Tenessee-Tombigbee Waterway. Columbus Lake. West to Mississippi state highway 25 and US highway 82.
22.7
36.5
Bridge, MS
Crossing a Mississippi river.
24.5
39.4
Town Creek, MS
Crossing Town Creek, MS.
24.9
40.1
Junction of Airport Rd, MS
Access road to McCharen Field, MS.
25.9
41.7
Town Creek, MS
Crossing Town Creek, MS. Zuber Park.
26.5
42.6
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 50
West to Holmes Jr College. Welker Lake. You will find a variety of fish including cutthroat trout and others here. East to the city of West Point, MS. It hosts the Prairie Arts Festival every labor day weekend, which showcases area artwork as well as a day-long event of flea market shopping. Point Plaza Shopping Center and West Point Shopping Center. Sportsman Park. Marshall Park. West Point City Park.
27.0
43.4
Junction of W Half Mile St, MS
East to Half Mile Baseball park.
27.0
43.5
Lakeshore Dr, MS
Access road to Lake Wooten, MS.
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55.4
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 25
Mississippi state highway 25 leaves US highway 45A at this point and heads east. US highway 45A continues heading north.
39.9
64.2
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 382
West to the community of Una, MS. Limited services. Mississippi state highway 47. East to the community of Prairie, MS. US post office. Limited services. Mississippi state highway 25.
43.0
69.2
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 8
West to the community of Trebloc, MS. It is named after a family located in the area named 'Colbert.' Post office. Limited services. Mississippi state highway 47. Linn Lake. Natchez Trace Prkwy. East to Mississippi state highway 45. Treas Lake. Mississippi state highway 145. The city of Aberdeen, MS. It was one of the busiest ports in Mississippi ports during 19th century. Every spring, Aberdeen plays hosts to pilgrimages to its historic antebellum homes. The Magnolia's, built in 1850, is Aberdeen's most prominent antebellum house. The Aberdeen Lock and Dam.
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72.5
Junction of Old Houston Rd, MS
East to Mississippi state highway 45.
47.2
75.9
Junction of Co Rd 406, MS
The community of Egypt, MS. Limited services.
49.6
79.8
Junction of Mississippi state highway 245
North to the city of Okolona, MS. It's name in 1845 was Ross Hill, until it was discovered that another location had this name. It was later changed to Oka-laua meaning peaceful, yellow, or blue water. Mississippi state highways 41 and 32. Okolona Muni-Richard Stovall Field.
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83.3
Little Creek, MS
Crossing Little Creek, MS.
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83.8
Mattubby Creek, MS
Crossing Mattubby Creek, MS.
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88.4
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 41
West to the city of Okolona, MS. It's name in 1845 was Ross Hill, until it was discovered that another location had this name. It was later changed to Oka-laua meaning peaceful, yellow, or blue water. Mississippi state highways 41 and 32. Okolona Muni-Richard Stovall Field. Mississippi state highways 245 and 32. Okoluna Muni-Richard Stoval Field. East to US Highways 45 and 278. The city of Amory, MS. The city of Amory holds an annual festival each April known as the 'Railroad Festival' in Frisco Park in downtown Amory, in honor of its cultural and historical heritage.
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Tallabinnela Creek, MS
Crossing Tallabinnela Creek, MS.
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96.8
Tubbalubba Creek, MS
Crossing Tubbalubba Creek, MS. Fishermen will find a variety of fish including rock bass, white bass and largemouth bass here.
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Junction of Co Rd 506, MS
West to Mississippi state highway 245.
62.0
99.7
Chiwapa Creek, MS
Crossing Chiwapa Creek, MS. Home to a variety of fish including bigmouth buffalo, sucker and panfish.
62.7
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Junction of US Highways 45 and 278, Mississippi State Highway 145
The town of Shanon, MS. Shannon is home to Rumors, the gay bar featured in the Kevin Smith/Malcolm Ingram film Small Town Gay Bar. Note: US highway 45A ends here and US highway 278 starts here and continues heading north. cc/2010