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Georgia-North Carolina State Line
US Highway 19 crosses the North Carolina-Georgia State Line. Runs concurrently with US Highway 129 & Georgia State Highway 11 at this point.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 325
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 325 (northern terminus). To the west is Nottely Dam (on Nottely Dam Road), a hydroelectric and flood storage dam in Union County, Georgia.
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Point of Interest
Lake Nottely is a reservoir in Union County, Georgia, primarily built in 1941 for flood control purposes, approximately two hours from Atlanta, GA - Amenities: camping area, beach, picnic area, museum/visitor center, snack bar, restaurant. - Activities: fishing, boating, horseback riding, camping, hunting, wildlife observation, water sports.
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Junction: US Highway 76/GA State Highways 2 & 515
Junction of US Highway 19 with US Highway 76 & Georgia State Highways 2 and 515. North access to the community of Young Harris, Towns County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: US Highway 76/GA State Highways 2 & 515
Junction of US Highway 19 with US Highway 76 & Georgia State Highways 2 and 515. North access to the community of Young Harris, Towns County, Georgia. Limited services. West access to Morganton, Fannin County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Blairville, GA
Community of Blairville, county seat of Union County, Georgia. Attractions in Blairville - Butternut Creek Golf Course (129 Union County Rec Road, Tel. 706-439-6076), 18-hole mountainside public golf course, open 8:00 AM to 6:30 PM. - Brasstown Bald, Georgia's highest mountain peak - park, picnic area, and a small observation tower.
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Caldwell Lake, GA
To the west of US Highway 19 is Caldwell Lake. Fishing.
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Campground
Trackrock Campground (141 Trackrock Camp Rd, Blairsville, GA, Tel. 706-745-2420)- Amenities: 95 campsites with water and electric power, hot showers, fully furnished one or two-bedroom cabins, picnic tables, grills, lake, playgrounds; - Activities: fishing, swimming, horseback riding, hiking, hay rides. Access is from Town Creek School Road, then left on Trackrock Church Road.
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Junction: Georgia State Route 180
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Route 180. South of GA State Route 180 is the Mark Trail Wilderness, located within the Chattahoochee National Forest in White, Towns, and Union counties, Georgia. Horsetrough Mountain - the highest mountain peak in the Mark Trail Wilderness. Horsetrough Falls, a 70-foot waterfall, is located south Horsethrough Mountain. Jacks Knob, a mountain also within the Mark Trail Wilderness. The Appalachian Trail crosses this wilderness.
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State Park
Vogel State Park, located at the base of Blood Mountain in the Chattahoochee National Forest, is Georgia's second oldest park. - Amenities: waterfall, streams, hiking trails, cabins, 103 tent/trailer/RV campsites, 18 walk-in campsites, 35 cottages, group camping facility, picnic shelters, hot showers. miniature golf course - Activities: camping, backpacking, fishing, boating, swimming. Lake Trahlyta, a 20-acre pond within Vogel State Park, features a beach and boat launch.
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Blood Mountain Wilderness, GA
Blood Mountain Wilderness - 7800 acres - within the Chattahoochee National Forest borders - Blood Mountain is the highest peak (4458 ft) in this wilderness area - includes 10.75 miles of the Appalachian Trail, waterfalls, hiking trails - Also nearby is Slaughter Mountain (4338 ft).
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Levelland Mountain, GA
Levelland Mountain (3846 ft), located within the Raven Cliffs Wilderness, Lumpkin County, Georgia; also in the Chattachoochee National Forest.
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DeSoto Falls, GA
The DeSoto Falls are west of US Highway 19, along Frogtown Creek, Lumpkin County, Georgia, part of the Chattahoochee National Forest in an ar ea named DeSoto Falls Scenic Area, actually has three waterfalls - DeSoto Falls Trails, a 2.4 mile hiking trail to the falls - Campground along the Frogtown Creek banks.
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Dollar Lake, GA
West of US Highway 19 is Dollar Lake. Fishing.
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Junction: US Highway 129/GA State Highway 11 & 9
NOTE: US Highway 129/Georgia State Highway 11 disengage from US Highway 19. East access to Camp Coleman Lake. To the south, GA State Highway 9 overlaps US Highway 19 and heads to the community of Dahlonega, county seat of Lumpkin County, Georgia. - Dahlonega Gold Museum Historic Site commemorates Lumpkin County's mining history and the first major gold rush in the U.S.
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Rodgers Lake, GA
Rodgers Lake is south of US Highway 19 and can be reached off US Highway 19 on Colonel Farrow Road, then turn on 3 Sisters Road.
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Junction: Georgia State Highwy 60
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia Highway 60. NOTE: Overlap with US Highway 19/GA State Highway 9, to the south at this juncture.
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Three Sisters Mountains, GA
Three Sisters Mountains consist of three individual peaks, known locally as Rattlesnake, Wildcat and McBrayer, located near Dahlonega, Lumpkin County, Georgia.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 60
Georgia State Highway 60 branches off at this point, takes a west-south route and provides access to Calhoun Mine, the oldest and best known mine in Lumpkin County, Georgia and proceeds to the community of Dahlonega, Lumpkin County, Georgia. - Dahlonega Gold Museum Historic Site: commemorates America's first gold rush and Lumpkin County's mining history, artifacts include gold coins/nuggets, and gold panning equipment, gift shop.
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Point of Interest
Crossing Yahoola Creek. East of US Highway 19 is Lake Zwerner: fishing, picnic areas, mountain and lake side walking trails.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 52
Intersection of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 52. Nearby is Consolidated Mine, former gold mine; still open to tourists; original cart rails, electrical lines, and an operational pneumatic drill can be viewed. East to Chestatee River, Blue Ridge Mountains, Lumpkin County, GA: fishing, kayaking, canoeing, whitewater padding. NOTE: At this juncture, GA State Highway 52 merges with US Highway 19/GA State Highway 60.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 9
NOTE: Georgia State Highway 9 terminates its overlap with US Highway 19; heads south bisecting US Highway 19/GA State Highway 60,and proceeds west, merging with GA State Highway 52. Nearby is Consolidated Mine, former gold mine, still open to tourists, original cart rails, electrical lines and an operational pneumatic drill can be viewed.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 60
NOTE: At this point, Georgia State Highway 60 rejoins US Highway 19 on E Main Street, Dahlonega, Georgia.
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Dahlonega, GA
Community of Dahlonega, county seat of Lumpkin County, Georgia. Attractions - Dahlonega Gold Museum Historic Site: museum commemorating the United States first major gold rush and Lumpkin County's mining history - gold nuggest/coins and gold panning equipment, gift shop; North Georgia College & State University, founded in 1873 as North Georgia Agricultural College.
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Junction; Georgia State Highways 9/52
Junction of US Highway 19 with Georgia State Highways 9 & 52 (Morrison Moore Parkway W). GA State Highway 52 turns north right after Siloam Church Road and provides access to Amicalola Falls State Park - contains the highest waterfall in Georgia at 729 feet, considered as one of Georgia's Seven Natural Wonders - hiking trails, restaurant, cabins, lodge, campground - southern terminus of the Appalachian Trail. GA State Highway 9 proceeds south to the community of Dawsonville, county seat of Dawson County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Point of Interest
Bridge crossing on S Chestatee Road.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 60/Georgia State Highway 400
Georgia State Highway 60 disengages from US Highway 19. Terminates at a junction with GA State Highway 115 to the south, in the community of Murrayville, Hall County, Georgia. NOTE: At this point, GA State Highway 400 runs concurrently with US Highway 19.
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Park
Lumpin Company Park is located east of US Highway 19. Access is from WIlson Drive, turn on Burnt Stand Road, then left on Lumpkin Company Park Road.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 136
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 136. North access to Lake Laurel on Talton Road and Amicalola Falls State Park (off GA State Highway 136, turn on State Route 342, then left on GA State Highway 52): has a 729-foot waterfall; hiking trails, cabins, lodge, restaurant, campground. To the east, GA State Highway 136 terminates at an intersection with GA State Highway 60.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 53
US Highway 19 intersects with Georgia State Highway at this juncture. North to the community of Dawsonville, county seat of Dawson County, Georgia - Celebrates the annual Mountain Moonshine Festival every third Friday of October: commemorates the making, selling, and transporting of liquor and alcohol during the Prohibition and the Great Depression. - Birthplace of NASCAR racing.
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Lakes
Kalb Lake and Lake Marie are located west of US Highway 19. Take Jot Em Down Road to access Lake Marie; proceed to Cantrell Road, left on Dunroven Way to get to Lake Marie. Fishing.
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Reservoir
Settingdown Reservoir Number 56 is to the west of US Highway 19.
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Reservoirs
Reservoir 59 and Reservoir Four can be found to the east of US Highway 19.
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Point of Interest
To the west of US Highway 19 are Reservoir Six and Reservoir Five.
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Park
Coal Mountain Park (3560 Settingdown Road, Cumming, GA, Tel. 770-781-2151): soccer field, walking trail, two playgrounds, picnic pavilion, eight youth baseball/softball fields, two tennis courts, parking.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 369
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 369. West access to Coal Mountain, Forsyth County, Georgia. - Coal Mountain Park (3560 Settingdown Road, Cumming, GA, Tel. 770-781-2151): soccer field, walking trail, two playgrounds, picnic pavilion, eight youth baseball/softball fields, two tennis courts, parking. East access to Charleston Park (5850 Charleston Park Road, Cumming, GA - Facilities: picnic tables, grills, boat ramps, restrooms, parking), and Six Mile Park.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 306
US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 306 intersect at this point. East to the community of Chestatee, Forsyth County, Georgia; was originally a Cherokee settlement by the name of Atsunsta Ti Yi. South access to the community of Cumming, county seat of Forsyth County, Georgia. - Cumming City Park (410 Pilgrim Mill Rd, Cumming, GA, Tel. 770-781-2030): tennis courts, swimming pool. - Sawnee Mountain Preserve (4075 Spot Road, Tel. 770-781-2217) - Amenities: picnic areas, hiking trails, outdoor amphitheater - Activities: hiking, picnicking, classes in rapelling, backpacking, rock climbing.
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Bald Ridge Creek Multiple Use Area, GA
Access to Bald Ridge Creek Multiple Use Area is off US Highway 19, from Pilgrim Mill Road, right on Sinclair Shores Road, then left on Bald Ridge Park Road.
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Point of Interest
Crossing Sawnee Creek on US Highway 19.
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Park/Lake
Mary Alice Park, Cumming, Georgia: beach, picnic area, boat ramps, restrooms. Access is on Mary Alice Park Road, off US Highway 19. Lake Alice can be accessed on Marker Pl Blvd.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 20
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 20. North access to Cumming 400 Shopping Center, Lanier Village Shopping Center, Lanier Crossing Shopping Center, and Merchants Square Shopping Center. On a south-east route, to the city of Sugar Hill, Gwinnett County, Georgia. - Sugar Hill Golf Course (6094 Suwanee Dam Road, Tel: 770-271-0519): 18-hole, par 72, public golf course.
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Lake
Johnsen Lake is situated east of US Highway 19.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 141
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 141. South access to Brookwood Marketplace and Mathis Airport (on Mathis Airport Parkway).
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Alpharetta, GA
City of Alpharetta, Fulton County, Georgia; one of Georgia's most affluent communities. Attractions: - The Downtown Alpharetta Welcome Center on 178 S Main St: provides information about Alpharetta, open Mon-Fri, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. - The weekly Alpharetta Farmers Market: fresh vegetables, edible goods, flowers, open Saturdays, 8 a.m. to 12: 30 p.m., April-October - Walk of Memories (American Legion Post 201): pay tribute to U.S. Armed Forces veterans, features a brick wall where names of all Georgia residents killed in service during and following WWII are written. Lake Windward is east of US Highway 19 and can be accessed from Webb Bridge Road.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 120
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 120. East access to the community of Ocee, Milton County, Georgia. - Dr. Robert E. Fulton Regional Library (5090 Abbotts Bridge Rd, Tel. 770-360-8897) - Abbotts Village Shopping Center (11585 Jones Bridge Road Johns Creek, GA). To the east GA State Highway 120 becomes Old Milton Parkway and accesses Wills Park (11925 Wills Road): swimming, playgrounds, recreation center, walking trails, dog park, equestrian, tennis, frisbee golf, baseball, basketball courts.
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Junction: Encore Parkway
Encore Parkway accesses North Point Mall to the east of US Highway 19; one of the largest shopping malls in the USA. To the north, access to Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park (2200 Encore Parkway): venue for various entertainment activities.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 140
Intersection of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 140. South access to Plaze at Roswell Shopping Center, Holcomb Bridge Shopping Center, Market Center at Holcomb Woods Shopping Center, then proceeds to where it terminates at an intersection with US Interstate Highway 85.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 140
Intersection of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 140. South access to Plaze at Roswell Shopping Center, Holcomb Bridge Shopping Center, Market Center at Holcomb Woods Shopping Center, then proceeds to where it terminates at an intersection with US Interstate Highway 85. To the north, to the city of Roswell, Fulton County, Georgia - Places of interest - Archibald Smith Plantation Home (935 Alpharetta St): home of Archibald Smith, one of Roswell's founders, constructed in 1845 - Faces Of War Memorial (on Roswell City Hall grounds): a Vietnam War memorial.
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Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, GA
The Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area is a preserves sites along the Chattahoochee River between Atlanta, GA and Lake Lanier; accesses historic spots and offers many recreational opportunities - fishing, walking, jogging, bking, wildlife observation, boating, canoeing, rafting, kayaking.
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Northridge Lake, GA
Northridge Lake can be reached from Northridge Road, off US Highway 19 on Exit 6.
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Lake/Park
Morgan Falls Park and Bull Sluice Lake can be accessed off US Highway 19. Turn west on Pitts Road, left on Roswell Road on GA State Highway 9, then right on Morgan Falls Road NE. Morgan Falls Park (450 Morgan Falls Rd, Tel. 404-730-6200)- Facilties: lighted T-ball/football/youth baseball fields, playgrounds (one is handicapped accessible), Cates stadium, picnic shelter, food concession, restrooms. Bull Sluice Lake (380 Morgan Falls Road, Tel. 770-321-2064: a small reservoir along the Chattahoochee River - Activities: fishing, rowing - Amenities: picnic tables, playground, boat ramp, restrooms.
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Rail Station
North Springs - an elevated rail station and Red Line terminus; has a large parking deck for for residents of Roswell, Alpharetta, and other communities north of US Highway 19/GA State Highway 400. Daily parking is free; $8 per day for long term parking to include the first day.
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Dunwoody, GA
City of Dunwoody, DeKalb County, Georgia. Places of interest - Brook Run Park ( 4770 N Peachtree St., Tel 678-244-9800): playground, dog park, skate park. - Dunwoody Nature Center 5343 Roberts Drive, Tel. 770-394-3322): provides environmental education and outreach programs, open daily (sunrise to sunset). - Perimeter Mall (4400 Ashford Dunwoody Road, Tel. 770-394-4270): a premier mall in Atlanta, GA.
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Junction: Mt. Vernon Highway
To the east, Mt. Vernon Highway/Mt. Vernon Road accesses the city of Dunwoody, DeKalb County, Georgia. Places of interest - Brook Run Park ( 4770 N Peachtree St., Tel 678-244-9800): playground, dog park, skate park. - Dunwoody Nature Center 5343 Roberts Drive, Tel. 770-394-3322): provides environmental education and outreach programs, open daily (sunrise to sunset). - Perimeter Mall (4400 Ashford Dunwoody Road, Tel. 770-394-4270): a premier mall north of Atlanta, GA - Sandy Springs train station (below ground) serving the Perimeter Center area. To the west is the city of Sandy Springs, Fulton County, Georgia. - Attractions: Williams-Payne House Museum (6075 Sandy Springs Circle, Tel. 404-851-9101): historic home. - Hammond Park (Glenridge Drive NE): basketball courts, tennis courts, parking.
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Lake
Peppertree Lake is east of US Highway 19. Access is from Peachtree Dunwoody Road NE, turn on Dunwoody Springs Drive.
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Junction: US Interstate Highway 285
NOTE: At this juncture, US Interstate Highway 285 runs concurrently with US Highway 19.
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Junction: US Interstate Highway 285/Georgia State Highway 9
At this point, US Interstate Highway 285 ends its concurrency with US Highway 19. To the south, Georgia State Highway 9 merges with US Highway 19. To the north, to the city of Sandy Springs, Fulton County, Georgia.
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Blue Heron Nature Preserve, GA
Blue Heron Nature Preserve (4055 Roswell Rd. NE, Atlanta, GA, Tel. 678-973-243): birdwatching, nature conservation. Access is on Rickenbacker Drive NE, off US Highway 19.
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Park
Chastain Memorial Park (4001 Powers Ferry Road NW, Atlanta, GA , Tel. 404-237-2726): ballfields, playgrounds, picnic areas, grills, tennis/rec center, swimming pool, walking trails, golf course, amphitheater, private horse park.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 237
Georgia State Highway 237 connects US Highway 19/GA State Highway 9 and US Interstate Highway 85/GA State Highway/403/13. Along its routing to the south, this highway passes the Terminus, an office complex in Atlanta, Georgia, provides access to Frankie Allen Park (425 Pharr Rd, Tel. 404-467-1578): baseball fields with covered seating, tennis courts, trees, parking lot.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 141
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 141. To the north, this highway intersects GA State Highway 400, accesses Lenox Square (a supermall in Buckhead, GA) and proceeds to the community of North Atlanta, DeKalb County, Georgia. Attractions in North Atlanta: Georgia Shakespeare Festival at Oglethorpe University (4484 Peachtree Road NE, Tel. 404-504-3400) - Peachtree Golf Club (4600 Peachtree Road NE. Tel. 404-233-4428): 18-hole, par 72, private golf course. To the west, this highway becomes West Paces Ferry Road NW and accesses the Atlanta History Center (Buckhead, Atlanta, GA): history museum, has 12 exhibits, historic houses/gardens, civil war artifacts - Georgia Governor's Mansion (391 West Paces Ferry Road NW): official residence of the governor of Georgia.
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Park
Frankie Allen Park (Pharr Rd NE, left on Bagley St NE): baseball fields, tennis courts.
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Parks
On E Wesley Road, Garden Hills Park (335 Pinetree Drive, Tel. 404-848-7220): swimming pool, clubhouse, and Alexander Park. - West Wesley Park, Sibley Park, and Woodward Way Park can be accessed from W Wesley Road NW.
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Bitsy Grant Tennis Center, GA
Bitsy Grant Tennis Center (2125 Northside Dr NW, Atlanta, GA, Tel. 404-609-7193): public tennis courts (13 clay courts, 10 hard courts) - $2.25 per hour (clay), $1.50 per hour (hard); first-come, first-served basis; tennis lessons available.
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Parks
Collier Road NW, off US Highway 19, provides access to Ardmore Park, Tanyard Creek Urban Forest,Tanyard Creek Park, and Spring Valley Park.
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Junction: US Interstate Highway 85/Georgia State Highways 403 & 13
Junction of US Highway 19 with US Interstate Highway 85/GA State Highways 403 & 13. These highways head north to the Spaghetti Junction or the Tom Moreland Interchange and several access roads in DeKalb County, Georgia. South to the city of Atlanta, capital and most populated city in Georgia. Attractions - World of Coca-Cola: features the history of the Coca-Cola company (121 Baker St. NW, Tel. 404-676-5151), hours of operation are subject to change. - Georgia Aquarium: world's largest aquarium with over 500 species of animals (l225 Baker St, Tel. 404-581-4000), regular hours of operation: Sun-Fri 10 a.m..-5 pm., Sat-9 a.m.-6 p.m. - Centennial Olympic Park: built to host the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games; provides family entertainment and live music featuring local bands, dancing water show with lights and sound effects.(265 Park Ave West NW, Tel. 404-223-7275).
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Arts Museums
Center for Puppetry Arts (1404 Spring St NW, Tel. 404-873-3089): puppetry exhibits and performances, classes and workshops, hands-on museum, distance learning and outreach programs. The High Museum of Art (1280 Peachtree Street NE, Tel. 404-733-4444), open Tue-Wed,Fri-Sat 10am-5pm; Thu 10am-8pm; Sun 12pm-5pm, has more than 11,000 permanent artwork collections of 19th/20th century American art, decorative arts, modern and contemporary art, European art.
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Botanical Garden/Park
The Atlanta Botanical Garden can be accessed from 14th St. NW, then left on Piedmont Ave NE. It has several smaller themed gardens such as the Japanese Garden and Rose Garden; hosts the Orchid Daze (a wintertime display of orchids); features a "skywalk" where visitors can walk through the treetops of the Storza Woods; Edible Garden with an outdoor kitchen. - Nearby is Piedmont Park, about 2 miles NE of Atlanta, GA, open daily 6:00 am to 11:00 pm - Activities: fishing, walking, jogging, swimming, biking, skating, bird watching - Amenities: dog park, oval sports fields, playgrounds, grills, picnic areas, tennis courts, jogging path (Piedmont Ave NE, Tel. 404-875-7275).
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Glenn Field, GA
Glenn Field, a softball field located on Mecaslin St. NW, off US Highway 19, is the home field of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets fast pitch softball team; 500 seating capacity.
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Junction: US Highway 41/Georgia State Highway 3
US Highway 19 intersects US Highway 41 and Georgia State Highway 3 at this point. North to an intersection with US Interstate 75, crosses Peachtree Creek where a major battle, The Battle of Peachtree Creek, was fought during the American Civil War. South access to Georgia Institute of Technology (a public research university), Vine City neighborhood, and the Georgia Dome (home stadium of the Atlanta Falcons).
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Junction: US Highway 78/Georgia State Highway 8
Junction of US Highway 19 with US Highway 78 & Georgia State Highway 8. West access to Maddox Park (Bankhead neighborhood), Grove Park (Grove Park neighborhood), the Gertrude Place neighborhood, Edwin Place Park, and the Center Hill Park. NOTE: Short overlap with US Highway 19 to the south at this point.
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Junction: US Highways 278/78/29 & Georgia State Highway 8
Junction of US Highway 19 with US Highways 278/78/29 & Georgia State Highway 8. East access to Woodruff Park (trees), Bobby Dodd Stadium (at historic Grant Field) on the east side of the Georgia Tech campus, then to an intersection with US Interstate Highway 85/GA State Highways 401/403. NOTE: At this juncture, US Highway 78 & GA State Highway 8 disengage from US Highway 19.
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Vine City, GA
Vine City neighborhood, Atlanta, Georgia. Places of interest include Herndon Home (587 University Place, NW): home of Atlanta's first black millionaire, Franklin Herndon - Georgia Dome (1 Georgia Dome Drive: hosts football, basketball, wrestling, soccer games, and concerts. - Herndon Stadium: 15,011 seating capacity, hosted field hockey during the 1996 Summer Olympcs) .
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Junction: US Interstate Highway 20/Georgia State Highway 402
Junction of US Highway 19 with US Interstate Highway 20 & Georgia State Highway 402. East access to Rosa L. Burney Park (422 Windsor St SW, Tel. 404-524-0286): playground, basketball courts, tennis courts, trees, parking - Rawson-Washington Park: ballfield, tennis court, basketball courts. - Grant Park: oldest city park in Atlanta, GA; within the park is Zoo Atlanta or the Grant Park Zoo and the Atlanta Cyclorama which features a cylindrical panoramic painting of the 1864 Battle of Atlanta during the American Civil War. West access to West End Park (1111 Oak St. SW, Tel. 404-817-6744): tennis courts, baseball/softball field - Dean Rusk Park (Sells Ave W/Lawton ST SW) - Mozley Park Receation Area (Martin Luther King Jr Dr SW): playground, basketball court, swimming pool, softball field, recreation center, tennis courts.
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Junction: Georgia State Hihgway 139
Intersection of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 139. West access to Howell Park (Howell Pl SW), Wren's Nest House Museum (Ralph D. Abernathy Blvd. SW): historic home of Joel Chandler Harris, editor of the Atlanta Constitution, Atwood Street Park (Atwood St SW) and Gordon-White Park (White St SW). To the west, GA State Highway 139 ends at an intersection with US Interstate Highway 85/75 and GA State Highway 401.
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Park
Adair Park can be reached from Lillian Ave SW, off US Highway 19 - tennis courts, baseball field, basketball hoop.
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Parks
Perkerson Park (770 Deckner Ave SW, Tel. 404-756-1859) - Amenities: picnic tables, barbecue grills, pavilion, playground, recreation center, tennis courts, baseball/softball fields, Little League field, basketball courts. Emma Milican Park is east of US Highway 19 - from Lynnhaven Dr SW, turn right on Clinton Pl SW.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 166
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 166 (Lakewood Freeway). To the east, this highway turns into Lakewood Ave and provides access to South Bend Park, Lakewood Stadium (70 Claire Drive) is the largest stadium in the Atlanta Public Schools system and has a seating capacity of 6,000. To the west, access to Avery Park and Fort McPherson, a U.S. Army base.
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Junction: US Highway 85/Georgia State Highway 403
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 403. South access to Cofield Park, West Boiling Park, and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (6000 North Terminal Parkway Suite 4000, Tel. 404-530-6600): world's busiest airport, has six parallel concourse buildings for passenger boarding.
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Parks
West access to Cofield Park (trees) and West Bolling Park on Lake Avenue.
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Hapeville, GA
Community of Hapeville, Fulton County, Georgia. Attractions: - Hapeville Depot Museum (620 South Central Ave, Tel. 404-669-2175) - Hapeville City Park on Claire Drive: baseball fields - Washington Community Park on S Central Ave.
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Junction: US Interstate Highway 75/Georgia State Highway 401
Intersection of US Highway 19 with US Interstate Highway 75 and Georgia State Highway 401. North access to Cleveland Avenue Park (baseball field, trees, parking) on Cleveland Ave SW) and Browns Mill Golf Course (480 Cleveland Ave SE, Tel. 404-366-3574): 18-hole, par 72 municipal public course. To the south, US Interstate Highway 75/GA State Highway 401 intersects US Interstate Highway 285 and GA State Highway 331.
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Mountain View, GA
Community of Mountain View, Clayton County, Georgia. Conley Road Park (trees) on Conley Road, off US Highway 19. Conley Road proceeds east to an intersection with US Interstate Highway 285.
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Junction: US Intersate Highway 285
Junction of US Highway 19 with US Interstate Highway 285. North access to the Southside Sports Complex and Lake Charlotte Nature Preserve.
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Junction: US Intersate Highway 285
Junction of US Highway 19 with US Interstate Highway 285. North access to the Southside Sports Complex and Lake Charlotte Nature Preserve. North access to N Camp Creek Parkway Nature Preserve and the community of Brentwood, Wayne County, Georgia.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 331
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 331
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Reynolds Nature Preserve, GA
Off US Highway 19, take Pineridge Road, which becomes Reynolds Road to access Reynolds Memorial Nature Preserve (5665 Reynolds Road, Morrow, Clayton County, Tel. 770-603-4188): hiking trails, native plants trail accessible to the handicapped, vegetable and herb garden, compost demonstration area, native reptiles/amphibians collection, other educational exhibits; Mon-Fri 8:30 am - 5:30 pm, until dusk.
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Junction: US Interstate Highway 75/Georgia State Highway 401
Intersection of US Highway 19 with US Highway 75 & Georgia State Highway 401. North to an intersection with GA State Highway 331 and US Interstate Highway 285. East access to the community of Morrow, Clayton County, Georgia. - Morrow Tourist Center (6475 Jonesboro Road, Tel. 770-968-1623): provides visitors with information about metro Atlanta; open Tue-Sat, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm.
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Southlake Mall, GA
East of US Highway 19, on Morrow Industrial Blvd, then left on Lake Drive, is Southlake Mall, a shopping mall in Morrow, Georgia.
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Tara Stadium, GA
Take Battle Creek Road, right on Tara Road to reach Tara Stadium (1055 Battle Creek Road): football stadium.
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Lake Tara, GA
Lake Tara can be accessed from Southlake Place, right on Dixie Avenue, left on Hunt Road, then left on Tara Road. Fishing.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 138
Junction of US Highway 19 with Georgia State Highways 138.  West access to the community of Mountain View, Georgia. Limited services. 
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Junction: Georgia State Highways 138 & 54
Junction of US Highway 19 with Georgia State Highway 138 and 54. To the west, GA State Highway 138 accesses to the community of Mountain View, Clayton County, Georgia. Limited services. To the north, GA State Highway 54 provides access to Southlake Mall and the community of Morrow, Clayton County, Georgia. - hosts the annual Southern Leprechaun Jubilee and Summerfest on the Green (July 4)features live music, carnival, and fireworks.
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Jonesboro, GA
The community of Jonesboro, Clayton County, Georgia is west of US Highway 19. Lee Park can be accessed from Smith Street - Amenities: baseball field, two basketball courts, parking.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 54
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 54. South access to the community of Fayetteville, county seat of Fayette County, Georgia. Places of interest: Fayette County Courthouse, constructed in 1825, oldest surviving courthouse in Georgia - Dixieland Fun Park (1675 Highway 85 North, Fayetteville, Tel. 770-460-5862): theme park, will reopen in 2011.
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Bonanza, GA
Community of Bonanza, Clayton County, Georgia. Nearby is Panhandle Park (109930 Panhandle Road, Jonesboro, GA) - Amenities: playground equipment, walking trails, picnic facilities, athletic fields, pavilions.
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Lake Tamadge, GA
Lake Tamadge, Henry County, Georgia. Fishing. Access is on North Drive or South Drive, off US Highway 19.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 81
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 81. East access to Lake Cindy and the community of McDonough, county seat of Henry County, Georgia. - Hosts the yearly Geranium Festival on the 3rd Saturday of May, showcases local artistry and talent. - Historic Globe Hotel, constructed in 1827 (20 Jonesboro St).
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Lake
Amah Lee Road, off US Highway 19, leads to Lake Amah Lee. Fishing.
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Airport
Clayton County Airport - Tara Field: a municipal airport west of Hampton, Georgia. Access is on Speedway Bypass.
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Atlanta Motor Speedway, GA
Atlanta Motor Speedway or Atlanta International Raceway (1500 Tara Place): 125,000 seat capacity racetrack; hosts the annual NASCAR Spring Cup Race on Labor Day weekend and "Friday Night Drags," a drag race open to the public to watch or participate in the race.
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Hampton, GA
Community of Hampton, Henry County, Georgia. Hampton City Park on Central Avenue: tennis courts, trees, parking.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 20
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 20. East access to Miriatoto Lake, Floyds Lake, Fausel Lake, Sinback Lake, Belk-End Lake, and to the community of McDonough, Henry County, Georgia.
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Sunny Side, GA
Community of Sunny Side, Spalding County, Georgia. Limited services. Twilly Lake is nearby.
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Point of Interest
East of US Highway 19 are Fruit Lake and Southern Fruit Lake B.
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Point of Interest
Taylors Lake and Childers Lake are east of US Highway 19.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 92
Intersection of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 92. North Griffin Square Shopping Center is on Crossings Place. North access to Rust Airstrip and Lake Horton.
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Point of Interest
Ellis Crossing, a shopping center located in Spalding County, Georgia. Access is from Ellis Road, then right on N Expressway.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 16
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 16. East access to the city of Griffin, county seat of Spalding County, Georgia.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 362
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 362. North access to the city of Griffin, county seat of Spalding County, Georgia. - Spalding Municipal Park on Camp Northern Road: tennis courts, baseball fields). South access to the community of Williamson, Pike County, Georgia. Peach State Airport on Junction Roost Road: a public grass airport that is a popular destination for vintage aircraft, biplanes, hot air balloons, Piper Cubs, and power parachutes.
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Airport
Griffin-Spalding County Airport can be accessed from Kalamazoo Drive, short right on Everee Inn Road, left on Airport Road, then left on Barry Whatley Way.
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Junction: US Hgihway 41/Georgia State Highway 7
US Highway 19 intersects with US Highway 41 & Georgia State Highway at this point. South access to Potato Creek Structure Number 78 Lake
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Point of Interest
East of US Highway 19 is Gore Lake.
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Point of Interest
Edwards Lake is east of US Highway 19.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 18
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 18. Southwest access to community of Barnesville, Lamar County, Georgia. Holds the annual Buggy Days celebration on the third week of September. West access to Old Town Country Club and the community of Concord, Pike County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Zebulon, GA
Community of Zebulon, county seat of Pike County, Georgia. - Historic Pike County Courthouse, constructed in 1895.
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Point of Interest
Hawkins Lake is east of US Highway 19.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 109
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 109. West access to the community of Meansville, Pike County, Georgia. Limited services. NOTE: Overlap with US Highway 19/GA State Highway 3 at this point.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 109
NOTE: Georgia State Highway 109 disengages from US Highway/GA State Highway 3 at this juncture and proceeds west to the community of Molena, Pike County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Point of Interest
Hankins Lake is west of US Highway 19, with access from Rose Hill Road.
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Point of Interest
Palsey Lake and Goober lake are located east of US Highway 19.
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Hannahs Mill, GA
Community of Hannahs Mill, Upson County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 74
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 74. East access to Yatesville, Upson County, Georgia. Limited services. West access to Sunset Village, Upson County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Thomaston, GA
Community of Thomaston, county seat of Upson County, Georgia. - Weaver Park (E Gordon St & Glendale Rd): baseball field, trees. - Westside Park (Thurston Ave): tennis court, trees. - Park Street Playground (101 Civic Center Dr, Tel. 706-646-2048).
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Lincoln Park, GA
Community of Lincoln Park, Upson County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Golf Course
Matthews Country Club on US Highway 19.
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Point of Interest
West of US Highway 19 are Copper Hill East Lake and Copper Hill West Lake while Upson County Sportsmens Club Lake is east of the highway.
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Point of Interest
To the west of US Highway 19 are Wiggam Branch Lake, Swift Creek Lake, Three Fingered Lake, and Three Acre Lake.
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Junction: US Highway 80/Georgia State Highway 22
US Highway 19 intersects with US Highway 80 & Georgia State Highway at this juncture. NOTE: Also overlaps US Highway 19 at this point.
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Junction: US Highway 80/Georgia State Highway 22
US Highway 19 intersects with US Highway 80 & Georgia State Highway at this juncture. East access to the community of Salem, Upson County, Georgia. Limited services. NOTE: Also overlaps US Highway 19 at this point.
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Point of Interest
Creek crossing on US Highway 19.
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Junction: US Highway 80/Georgia State Highway 22
Junction of US Highway 19 with US Highway 80 & Georgia State Highway 22 where both highways end their overlap with US Highway 19 and head west to the community of Talbotton, county seat of Talbot County, Georgia.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 208
Intersection of US Highway 19 with Georgia State Highway 208. To the east, access to Lake Mary (south side of highway); terminates at an intersection with GA State Highway 137. West access to the community of Talbotton, county seat of Talbot County, Georgia.
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Point of Interest
McCants Millpond is west of US Highway 19.
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Point of Interest
Hortman's Pond and Hinton Lake are located east of US Highway 19.
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Point of Interest
East of US Highway 19 is Hinton Lake.
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Junction: N Broad Street
US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 3 branch out to a "Y" intersection at this juncture on N Broad Street.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 137
Intersection of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 137. To the east, this highway ends at a junction with GA State Highway 96. South access to the community of Tazewell, Marion County, Georgia.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 137
Intersection of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 137. To the east, this highway ends at a junction with GA State Highway 96. South access to the community of Tazewell, Marion County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Butler, GA
Community of Butler, county seat of Taylor County, Georgia. - Butler Municipal Airport (Plum St, Tel. 478-862-4644) - Historic Taylor Country Courthouse, built in 1935, on Main Street.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 96
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 96. East access to the community of Reynolds, Taylor County, Georgia. Limited services. West access to the community of Howard, Taylor County, Georgia. Carl Brown Lake and Parks Millpond south of GA State Highway 96.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 90
US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway intersect at this juncture. NOTE: At this point, GA State Highway 90 overlaps US Highway 19. South access to the community of Ideal, Macon County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 127
Intersection of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 127. NOTE: Overlaps US Highway 19 at this point. East access to the community of Marshallville, Macon County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 127
Intersection of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 127. NOTE: Overlaps US Highway 19 at this point. East access to the community of Marshallville, Macon County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: Georgia State Highways 127/90
NOTE: Georgia State Highways 127 and 90 disengage from US Highway 19 at this point and head west to the community of Mauk, Taylor County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 240
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 240. East access to Lanceford Lake, Brays Mill Pond, and terminates at an intersection with Georgia State Highway 26. North access to the community to Tazewll, Marion County, Georgia.
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Murrays Crossroads, GA
Community of Murrays Crossroads, Schley County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Point of Interest
West of US Highway 19 is American Legion Lake.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 26
Intersection of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 26. East access to the community of Oglethrope, Macon County, Georgia, (access is from north on Clifton Bradley Drive), and Twin Oaks RV Park Campground (305 Hwy 26 East Elko, GA, Tel. 478-987-9361)- Amenities: pull-thru sites with electricity and water, heated pool, clubhouse, bathhouses, hot showers, rental cabin - Activities: volleyball, horseshoes, basketball.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 228
Georgia State Highway 228 intersects US Highway 19 at this point. GA State Highway 228 heads east and terminates at an intersection with GA State Highway 49 in the community of Andersonville, Sumter County, Georgia. - Andersonville National Historical Site (496 Cemetery Road, Tel. 229-924-0343 ) includes the National Prisoner of War Museum which commemorates the sacrifices made by war veterans; preserves historic Camp Sumter (Andersonville prison), one of the largest Confederate prisons.
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Junction: US Highway 153
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 153. South access to the community of Preston, county seat of Webster County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 271
Georgia State Highway 271 connects US Highway 19 to Georgia State Highway 228 to the east, in the community of Andersonville, Sumter County, Georgia. - Andersonville National Historic Site (496 Cemetery Road, Tel. 229-924-0343): pays tribute to those imprisoned in Andersonville during the Civil War; includes the National Prisoner of War Museum.
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Point of Interest
Statham Lake is located north of US Highway 19.
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Point of Interest
Lake Collins is to the west of US Highway 19.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 30
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 30. NOTE: Overlap with US Highway 19 at this point. To the north, this highway intersects GA State Highways 45 and 153 before terminating at an intersection with GA State Highway 41.
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Junction: US Highway 280/Georgia State Highways 27/30/49
Junction of US Highway 19 with US Highway 280 & Georgia State Highways 27/30/49. Nearby is the historic Windsor Hotel (125 West Lamar St., Americus, Georgia), constructed in 1892. NOTE: US Highway 280 and GA State Highways 27 & 49 overlap US Highway 19 at this juncture. South access to the communities of Leslie and De Soto, Sumter County, Georgia. Limited services in both communities.
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Junction: US Highway 280/Georgia State Highways 27/49
NOTE: US Highway 280 & Georgia State Highways 27/49 end their overlap with US Highway 19. To the west, GA State Highway 49 turns south across Jenkins Road on US Highway 19. US Highway 280 & GA State Highway head further west to the community of Plains, Sumter County, Georgia - former Pres. Jimmy Carter's birthplace - holds the annual Plains Peanut Festival featuring a fun run, road race, parade, educational exhibits.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 308
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 308. On a west-north route, to the community of Plains, Sumnter County, Georgia. - Logan Park, on Graham Street. - Jimmy Carter National Historic Site includes the residence, farm, school and his campaign headquarters (town railroad depot); the residence and surrounding area are not open to the public.
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Point of Interest
Wells Mill Pond is west of US Highway 19 and can be reached from Wells Mill Pond Road.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 118
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 118. NOTE: Short overlap with US Highway 19 to the south. On an east-north route, to the communities of Leslie and De Soto, Sumter County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 118
NOTE: At this point, Georgia State Highway ends its brief overlap with US Highway 19. To the south, this highway passes McCree Lake North and McCree Lake South (west of highway)as it heads toward the community of Bronwood, Terrell County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 3
NOTE: Georgia State Highway 3 briefly disengages from US Highway 19 at this point, proceeds south to the community of Leesburg, county seat of Lee County, Georgia, and rejoins US Highway 19 on Walnut Street.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 32
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 32. East access to the community of Leesburg, and the community of Ashburn, county seat of Turner County, Georgia. - Famous for its peanuts - hosts a Fire Ant Festival. West access to the community of Dawson, county seat of Terrell County, Georgia.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 133
Intersection of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 133. South access to Lake Worth and the city of Albany, county seat of Dougherty County, Georgia. Attractions in Albany include the Gray Civic Center: multi-purpose arena with a seating capacity of 10,240; also serves as a convention center - Flint RiverQuarium (101 Pine Ave, Tel. 229-639-2650): a 54,000 sq ft aquarium, open Mon-Fri (9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m)., Sat (10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.), Sun (1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.), closed Thanksgiving & Christmas. - Albany Municipal Auditorium (200 North Jackson St, Tel. 229-430-3990): venue for concerts and other entertainment; home of the Albany Symphony Orchestra.
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Junction: US Highway 82/Georgia State Highway 520
US Highway 19 intersects with US Highway 82 & Georgia State Highway at this point. East access to All American Fun Park - Amenities: two 18-hole miniature golf courses, gameroom/video arcade, go-karts, roller coaster, bowling, snack bar, open Mon-Thu: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm, Fri: 10:00 am - 12:00 am, Sat: 9:00 am - 12:00 am, Sun: 1:00 pm - 10:00 pm, closed for Christmas & Easter.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 91
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 91. North access to Lake Worth and Chehaw State Park (Philema Road. GA Highway 91 North Albany, GA, Tel. 229-430-527): a park and zoo in Albany, Georgia, has both native and exotic animals in their natural habitat - Amenities: campground (44 RV sites with electrical hook-ups, 14 pull-thru sites, 18 tent sites), open-air and screened pavilions with picnic tables, BMX racing track - Activities: camping, picnicking, BMX racing, disc golf.
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Junction: US Highway 82/Georgia State Highways 300/520
Junction of US Highway 19 with US Highway 82 & Georgia State Highways 300 and 520. Southwest access to the community of Sylvester, county seat of Worthy County, Georgia - claims to be the Peanut Capital of the World - hosts the annual Peanut Festival every third weekend of October in T.C. Jeffords Park (public park featuring a stage, picnic tables, covered shelters, clubhouse, fountain, playground, tennis courts).
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 520
Intersection of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 520. West access to Tallulah Massey Park on Rosebrier Avenue, Marine Corps Logistics Army Base on S Mock and Fleming Roads, Junction Shopping Center on Sylvester Highway, and Sylvester Airport on Airport Road, and the community of Sylvester, county seat of Worth County, Georgia, known as the 'Peanut Capital of the World' - Tyson Steel Wildlife Museum: animals from around the world are displayed in their natural habitat; free admission. - Annual Peanut Festival held every third weekend of October. NOTE: To the east, US Highway 19 branches out to the west and overlaps GA State Highwy 520, proceeds to the city of Albany, county seat of Dougherty County, Georgia. - Flint RiverQuarium (101 Pine Ave, Tel. 229-639-2650):(229): 54,000 sq ft aquarium; interactive exhibits, 100 species of aquatic life, aviary, alligator feedings, dive shows.
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Junction: Georgia State Highways 133/234
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highways 133/234. South access to Doerun, Colquitt County, Georgia. Limited services. NOTE: To the east, GA State Highways 133 & 234 overlap each other and provides access to Radium Crossing Shoppinge Center on Radium Springs Road and ends at an intersection with GA State Highway 91.
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Radium Springs, Ga
Community of Radium Springs, Dougherty County, Georgia. Site of the "Seven Natural Wonders of Georgia," the "blue hole" which is the largest natural spring in the state - Radium Springs also has an underwater cavern. - Albany RV Resort (1202 Liberty Expy SE Albany, Tel. 229-431-2229): 82 full hookup RV sites, 35 large pull-thru sites, laundry, bathrooms, showers, fitness center, clubhouse.
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Putney, GA
Community of Putney, Doughterty County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 93
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 93. South access to Sale City, Mitchell County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Baconton, GA
Community of Baconton, Mitchell County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 112
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 112
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 37
US Highway 19 intersects Georgia State Highway 37. East access to the community of Funston, Colquitt County, Georgia. Limited services. West access to the community of Camilla, Mitchell County, Georgia.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 93
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 93. South access to the community of Pelham, Mitchell County, Georgia. - Camp Charris (3574 Spence Rd, Tel. 229-294-2294): children's camp with an old west, pioneer motif. Activites: fishing, hiking, swimming, archery, canoeing, basketball, tennis, archery. - Pinecrest Country Club (2415 Old Ga Highway 3, Tel. 229-294-8525): 9-hole public golf course. North access to the community of Cotton, Mitchell County, Georgia.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 111/3
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 111. NOTE: At this point, GA State Highway branches out to the west on E Depot St, turns south on W Railroad St., then rejoins US Highway 19 on N Thmasville Bypass on US Highway 84. To the west, GA State Highway 111 accesses the community of Miegs, Thomas & Mitchell Counties, Georgia.
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Point of Interest
Beverly Lake is west of US Highway 19.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 188
Intersection of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 188. East access to the community of Coolidge, Thomas County, Georgia. Limited services. West access to the community of Ochlocknee, Thomas County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Point of Interest
Creek crossing on US Highway 19.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 202
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 202. To the north, this highway intersects GA State Highway 111.
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Junction: US Highway 84/Georgia State Highway 3
Junction of US Highway 19 with US Highway 84 & Georgia State Highway 3. NOTE: At this point GA State Highway 3 ends its overlap with US Highway 9, turns west on N Thomasville Bypass, then turns north on Old Albany Road to the community of Ochlocknee, Thomas County, Georgia. US Highway 84 heads west to the community of Cairo, Grady County, Georgia. - Antique Car Rally on the 2nd week of May: selection of cars, parade, street dance, poker run. NOTE: To the south, US Highway 84 overlaps US Highway 19.
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Junction: US Highway 319/Georgia State Highway 35
Junction of US Highway 19 with US Highway 319 & Georgia State Highway 35.
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Junction: US Highway 319/Georgia State Highway 35
Junction of US Highway 19 with US Highway 319 & Georgia State Highway 35. North access to the community of Coolidge, Thomas County, Georgia. South access to the community of Thomasville, county seat of Thomas County, Georgia - Annual Rose Festival on the last week of April - Big Oak: a 320-yr old oak tree at the corner of Crawford & Monroe Sts. - Paradise Park Historic District on Broad & Hansell Sts.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 122
Junction of US Highway 19 & Georgia State Highway 122. East access to the community of Pavo, Brooks & Thomas Counties, Georgia. To the west of US Highway 19, Remington Avenue accesses Remington Avenue Ball Parks(near Pinetree Blvd, Thomasville, GA, Tel. 229-226-3446): soccer, baseball, basketball.
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Point of Interest
Andrews Lake is east of US Highway 19. Fishing.
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Junction: US Highway 84/Georgia State Highway 38
US Highway 19 intersects US Highway 84 & Georgia State Highway 38. East access to the community of Boston, Thomas County, Georgia. West access to the city of Thomasville, county seat of Thomas County, Georgia; called the 'City of Roses' - Annual Rose Festival held the last week of April: parades, rose displays, street dances, nursery displays, garden/historical/museum tours, food. - Historic 320-year old oak tree located at the corner of Monroe & Crawford Sts. - Cherokee Lake Park (Covington & Smith Avenues, Tel. 800-704-2350)- Amenities: lake, walking path, benches, covered picnic areas, kids' playground, restrooms, free admission/parking; open from dawn to dusk - Activities: fishing, walking, picnicking. - Thomasville Rose Garden (adjacent to Cherokee Lake Park) has over 500 rose bushes in full bloom from April to July.
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Golf Course/Lake
Glen Arven Country Club (1700 Old Monticello Rd, Thomasville, GA, Tel 229-226-1780): private 18-hole, par 72 golf course; dining, tennis, swimming. Nearby is Millpond Plantation Lake on Millpond Road.
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Point of Interest
Mitchell Pond is west of US Highway 19 with access from New Hope Road.
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Point of Interest
Balfour Lake is east of US Highway 19.
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Georgia-Florida State Line
At this point, US Highway 19 crosses the Georgia-Florida state line into the community of Monticillo, Jefferson County, Florida. Start/Finish of Free Road Map RV Highway Guide - LD10e