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Georgia State #110 Highway Guide

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Junction: Georgia State Highway 32
Georgia State Highway 110 begins at an intersection with Georgia State Highway 32. On an east-northeast route, this highway ends at an intersection with GA State Highway 99. To the west, GA State Highway 32 proceeds to the community of Hortense, Brantley County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: US Highway 82/Georgia State Highway 520
Junction of Georgia State Highway 110 with US Highway 82 & Georgia State Highway 520. West access to Brantley County Airport (US Highway 82, Nahunta, GA. Community of Nahunta, county seat of Brantley County, Georgia. Limited services. East access to the community of Waynesville, Brantley County, Georgia. Limited services. NOTE: Briefly overlaps Georgia State Highway 110 to the east. East access via state highway #520 to Jekyll Island Georgia State Park - Camping picnic areas, beach crossovers, bike paths, a boat ramp.
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Junction: US Highway 82/Georgia State Highway 520
NOTE: US Highway 82/Georgia State Highway 520 disengage from GA State Highway 110. East to the community of Waynesville, Brantley County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: King Bay Road
King Bay Road/County Road 23 connects Georgia State Highway 110 with Old State Route 259 to the west.
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Waverly, GA
Community of Waverly, Camden County, Georgia. - Sanctuary Golf Course (2050 Sanctuary Wynd, Tel. 912-466-0090): 18-hole, par 71, regulation length, public golf course.
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Junction: US Highway 17/Georgia State Highway 25
Junction of Georgia State Highway 110 with US Highway 17 & Georgia State Highway 25. East access to the community of Spring Bluff, Camden County, Georgia. Limited services. NOTE: Both highways overlap GA State Highway 110 to the south at this point.
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Point of Interest
Crossing Waverly Creek.
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Point of Interest
Creek crossing on Ocean Highway.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 252
Junction of Georgia State Highway 110 & Georgia State Highway 252. To the west, passes the community of White Oak, Camden County, Georgia. Limited services. Proceeds on a west-south routing to the community of Folkston, county seat of Charlton County, Georgia. - Folkston Country Club (202 Country Club Rd, Tel. 912-496-7155): 18-hole, par 72, public golf course. - Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge (2700 Suwannee Canal Road,Folkston, GA, Tel. 912-496-7836) is west of US Highway 1 - fishing, boating, canoeing, hiking, hunting, wildlife viewing and photography, Richard S. Bolt Visitor Center.
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Junction: Refuge Road
Refuge Road connects Georgia State Highway 110 with Georgia State Highway 252 to the west.
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Point of Interest
Crossing Satilla River.
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Park
Satilla River Waterfront Park (Woodbine, GA, Tel. 912-729-5600). Facilities: 2 docks, boat ramp, picnic tables/shelters, stage, restrooms. Site of the annual Crawfish Festival held every last weekend in April. Hours: Mon-Thur 5am-9pm, Fri 5am-7pm, Sat 8am-6pm.
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Junction: US Highway 17/Georgia State Highway 25
At this junction, US Highway 17 & Georgia State Highway 25 separates from GA State Highway 110. NOTE: GA State Highway 25 branches out from its main route with US Highway 17 on 10th Street/Satilla Buff Road and ends at an intersection with US Interstate Highway 95/GA State Highway 405. To the south, these highways proceed to the city of City of Kingsland, Camden County, Georgia. - Annual Catfish Festival on the Labor Day weekend. - Historic Downtown features an Antique Row where one can hunt for a great bargain. - Laurel Island Links (233 Marsh Harbour Parkway, Tel. 912-729-7277): 18-hole, par 72, public golf course. - Browntown Wilderness Park (Temple Creek Road, Tel. 912-29-5600): basketball court, playground, pavilion, multi-use field, restroom.
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Woodbine, GA
Community of Woodbine, county seat of Camden County, Georgia. - Satilla River Waterfront Park (Woodbine, GA, Tel. 912-729-5600). Facilities: 2 docks, boat ramp, picnic tables/shelters, stage, restrooms. Site of the annual Crawfish Festival held every last weekend in April. Hours: Mon-Thur 5am-9pm, Fri 5am-7pm, Sat 8am-6pm. - Woodbine International Fire Museum (100 Bedell Avenue, Tel. 912-576-5351): maintains collections of firefighting equipment from the American Revolution to the present from all over the world. - Woodbine 110 Community Park (off GA Highway 110, Tel. 912-729-5600)- Amenities: lighted tennis court, baseball field, basketball court, football field, playground, restrooms.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 40
Georgia State Highway 110 ends at its junction with Georgia State Highway 40 to the southwest near the Georgia-Florida border.