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Welcome to Georgia - 'The Peach State'
The St. Mary River is the dividing line between the state of Florida and Georgia at this point.
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Georgia-Florida State Line
US Highway 23 crosses the Georgia-Florida State Line. Runs concurrently with US Highways 1/301 and Georgia State Highways 4/15. Near the border is the Florida Ralph E. Simmons Memorial State Forest in the town of Hilliard, Nassau County, Florida. Activities: hiking, off-road bicycling, wildlife viewing, horseback riding, hunting, canoeing, primitive camping.
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Point of Interest
Lake Deborah, GA, is to the west of US Highway 23.
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Folkston, GA
Community of Folkston, county seat of Charlton County, Georgia. - Folkston Funnel, a double track serving as the main line for railroad traffic to and from Florida; features a viewing platform with lights, where visitors can watch trains coming and going; picnic tables, grill, restrooms are adjacent to the platform.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 40
Intersection of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 40. East access to the 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.
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Junction: US Highway 121/23/40
Intersection of US Highway 23 with Georgia State Highways 23/121/40. To the east, GA State Highway 40 heads east to the 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. To the south, GA State Highways 121/23 provides access to Davis Field,a public-use airport in Folkston, Charlton County, GA. NOTE: To the north, these highways overlap US Highway 23.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 252
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 252. North to the community of White Oak, Camden County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Homeland Park, GA
Homeland Park, Folkston, Georgia, is east of US Highway 23 with access from Homeland Park Road.
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Homeland, GA
Community of Homeland, Charlton County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Y Junction
US Highways 23/1 and Georgia State Highways 15/4 veer off to the left for a short distance at this point.
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Junction: US Highway 301/Georgia Stte Highway 23
Junction of US Highway 23 with US Highway 301 & Georgia State Highway 23. North access to the community of Nahunta, county seat of Brantley County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Point of Interest
Newell Road connects US Highway 23 to US Highway 301/GA State Highway 23 to the east.
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Junction: Georgia State Highways 15/121
NOTE: At this point, Georgia State Highways 15 & 121 separate from US Highway 23 and proceed north to the community of Hoboken, Brantley County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Point of Interest
Johns Pond is east of US Highway 23.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 177
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 177
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State Forest
The Georgia Waycross State Forest is west of US Highway 23. Access is from Double Branch Road.
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Junction: US Highway 82/Georgia State Highway 520
Junction of US Highway 23 with US Highway 82 & Georgia State Highway 520. West access to the community of Millwood, Ware County, Georgia. Limited services. East access to the community of Hoboken, Brantley County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: US Highway 84/Georgia State Highway 38
Junction of US Highway 23 with US Highway 84 & Georgia State Highway 38. South access to the community of Argyle, Clinch County, Georgia. Limited services. North access to the community of Sunnyside, Ware County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Waycross, GA

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Point of Interest
Winona Park and Winona Lake can be accessed from W Blackshear Ave, then left on N Augusta Avenue.
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Deenwood, GA
Community of Deenwood, Ware County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Airport
Waycross-Ware County Airport: public-use airport, 3 miles NW of Waycross, GA. Access from US Highway 23 is on Airport Road.
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Point of Interest
Bridge over Cox Creek.
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Y Junction: Georgia State Highway 4
NOTE: Georgia State Highway 4 branches out on Dixon Street.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 32
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 32. East access to Rockingham, Bacon County, Georgia. Limited services. West access to Bacon County Airport (on Airport Loop, Tel. 912-632-5214 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting912-632-5214end_of_the_skype_highlighting) and to the community of Nicholls, Coffee County, Georgia. - The Gen. Coffee Georgia State Park (46 John Coffee Rd, Tel. 912-384-7082): Activities: fishing, hiking, horseback riding, bicycling, canoeing - Amenities: 50 tent/trailer/RV campsites, 10 equestrian campsites, 5 cottages, lake, 7 picnic shelters, group lodge, playgrounds, outdoor amphitheatre.
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Alma, GA
Community of Alma, county seat of Bacon County, Georgia. - Blueberry Plantation Country Club & Inn (315 Ironwood Circle, Tel. 912-632-2772): 18-hole, par 72, public golf course.
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Point of Interest
Lake Lure, a reservoir in Alma, Georgia, can be accessed off US Highway 23 on Cumberland Road, then left on Douglas Street. Fishing.
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Point of Interest
Johnson Lake is east of US Highway 23, in Carrollton, Georgia. Can be reached from Ocelot Road. Fishing.
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Junction: US Highway 1/.Georgia State Highway 4
NOTE: At this point, US Highway 1 & GA State Highway 4 disengages from US Highway 23 and proceeds north to the community of Baxley, county seat of Appling County, Georgia. - Appling Country Club (4628 Hatch Pkwy S Baxley, Tel. 912-367-3582): 18-hole, par 36, public golf course. - Baxley Municipal Airport (361 Airport Road, Tel. 912-367-8300), a public-use airport.
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Point of Interest
Anderson Lake is west of US Highway 23. Fishing.
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Point of Interest
Tanner Lake is east of US Highway 23.
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Y Junction
NOTE: US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 19 branch out on E Jefferson Street at this point.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 27/US Highway 341
Junction of US Highway 23 with Georgia State Highway 27 & US Highway 341. Southwest access to the community of Graham, Appling County, Georgia. Limited services. NOTE: At this point, both highways overlap US Highway 23 to the north.
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Hazlehurst, GA
Community of Hazlehurst, Jeff Davis County, Georgia. - Twisted Pine Golf Course, a 9-hole, par 36 public golf course (270 Uvalda Highway, Tel. 912-375-6697).
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Junction: US Highway 221/Georgia State Highway 135
Junction of US Highway 23 with US Highway 221 & Georgia State Highway 135. North access to Jeff Davis Country Club and the community of Uvalda, Montgomery County, Georgia. Limited services. To the south, passes through the community of Hazlehurst, GA and to the community of Denton, Jeff Davis County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Airport/Lakes
Hazlehurst Airport (528 Burketts Ferry Road, Hazlehurst, GA, Tel. 912-375-9222), public-use airport. Access from US Highway 23 is on Dan Thigpen Road, then right on Burketts Ferry Road. In the vicinity are Cook Lake North, Cook Lake, and Sears Lake.
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Georgia Opossum Creek on Lumber City Highway.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 19
NOTE: At this point, Georgia State Highway 19 separates from US Highway 23 and proceeds north to the community of Glenwood, Wheeler County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 117
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 117 in the community of Lumber City, Telfair County, Georgia. Proceeds southwest to the community of Jacksonville, Telfair County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Lumber City, GA
Community of Lumber City, Telfair County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 149
US Highway 23 intersects Georgia State Highway 149 at this point. North to the community of Scotland, Telfair and Wheeler Counties, Georgia. Limited services. To the south, GA State Highway 149 terminates at an intersection with GA State Highway 117.
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McRae, GA
Community of McRae, Telfair County, Georgia. - Liberty Square: site of a smaller replica of the Statue of Liberty and the Liberty Bell. - Historic Talmadge Home: home to a father and son (Eugene Talmadge & Herman Eugene Talmadge) who both served as Georgia Governors.
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Junction: US Highways 19/280/441/Georgia State Highways 30/31
Junction of US Highway 23 with US Highways 19/280/441 & Georgia State Highways 30/31. To the east, US Highways 441/319/280 overlap GA State Highways 30/31 on 3rd Avenue. After the junction with Country Road 184, GA State Highway 31 and US Highways 441/319 turn left and accesses Telfair-Wheeler Airport on Erick Church Rd, Little Ocmulgee Georgia, State Lodge Park, and the city of Dublin, county seat of Laurens County, Georgia. - Riverview Park Golf Course (Riverview Park Drive, Tel. 478-275-4064 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting478-275-4064end_of_the_skype_highlighting): 18-hole, par 72, municipal golf course. US Highway 280 & GA State Highway 30 proceed north to the community of Alamo, county seat of Wheeler County, Georgia. To the south, US Highways 319/441 & GA State Highway 31 head to the community of Jacksonville, Telfair County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Helena, GA
Community of Helena, Telfair and Wheeler Counties, Georgia. - Bicentennial Museum, located on 2 6th Street, Tel. 229-868-2664.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 165
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 165. To the north, this highway ends at an intersection with GA State Highway 46. NOTE: At this point, GA State Highway 165 briefly overlaps US Highway 23.
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Chauncey, GA
Community of Chauncey, Dodge County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 165
NOTE: At this point, Georgia State Highway 165 ends its overlap with US Highway 23. South access to the community of Rhine, Dodge County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Point of Interest
Jamieson Pond is west of US Highway 23.
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Junction: US Highway 341/Georgia State Highway 27
NOTE: At this point, US Highway 341 & Georgia State Highway 27 separate from US Highway 23. West access to the community of Hawkinsville, county seat of Pulaski County, Georgia. - Hawkinsville State Park can be accessed on Posted Road, off US Highway 129. - Historic areas include Taylor Hall (504 Kibbe St) and Pulaski County Courthouse (Courthouse Square).
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Point of Interest
Harrell Pond is to the west of US Highway 23.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 117/87
Junction of US Highway 23 with Georgia State Highways 117 & 87. South access to the community of Rhine, Dodge County, Georgia. Limited services. GA State Highway 17 goes north to the community of Cadwell, Laurens County, Georgia. Limited services. NOTE: GA State Highway 117/87 overlap US Highway 23 to the north at this point.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 46
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 46. North access to the communities of Lothair, Treutlen County, Georgia and Soperton, county seat of Treutlen County, Georgia. - Treutlen County Airport, public-use airport. Access is on Airport Road.
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Eastman, GA
Community of Eastman, county seat of Dodge County, Georgia. Attractions in and around Eastman: - Dodge County Golf Club (156 Golf Course Road, Tel. 478-374-3616): 9-hole golf course, swimming pool, baseball field. - Eastman-Dodge County Recreational Fields (Eastman-Dublin Highway): football, soccer, baseball, tee ball, cheerleading.
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Point of Interest
Tripps Lake is to the southwest of US Highway 23, with access on Tripps Beach Drive. Fishing.
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Point of Interest
Tripp Pond West is to the west of US Highway 23.
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Point of Interest
Milton Tripp Lake is to the east of US Highway 23.
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Point of Interest
Yawn Pond is west of US Highway 23.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 257
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 257. East access to the community of Chester, Dodge County, Georgia. Limited services. NOTE: This highway overlaps US Highway 23 at this point for a brief distance.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 257
NOTE: At this point, Georgia State Highway 257 ends its overlap with US Highway 23. West access to the community of Hartford, Pulaski County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Y Junction
US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 87 branch off on Golden Isles Highway, accesses Middle Georgia College and the community of Cochran, county seat of Bleckley County, Georgia. - Uchee Trail Country Club (202 Country Club Rd, Tel. 478-934-7891): 18-hole, par 72, regulation golf course. - Woods Golf Course (421 Mac Thompson Road, Tel. 478-934-0731): 18-hole, par 36, regulation public golf course.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 126
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 126. To the west, this highway ends at an intersection with GA State Highway 26. On an east-south route, to the community of Chester, Dodge County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 26
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 26. Northeast to the community of Dudley, Laurens County, Georgia. Limited services. West to the community of Cochran, county seat of Bleckley County, Georgia. - Uchee Trail Country Club (202 Country Club Rd, Tel. 478-934-7891): 18-hole, par 72, regulation golf course. - Woods Golf Course (421 Mac Thompson Road, Tel. 478-934-0731): 18-hole, par 36, regulation public golf course.
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Junction: US Highway 129/Georgia State Highway 112
Junction of US Highway 23 with US Highway 129 & Georgia State Highway 112. NOTE: These highways overlap US Highway 23 at this point.
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Junction: Georgia State 112
NOTE: Georgia State Highway 112 ends its overlap with US Highway 23. North to the community of Cary, Georgia, Bleckley County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Point of Interest
Hendrick Pond is to the west of US Highway 23.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 96
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 96. North access to Jeffersonville, county seat of Twiggs County, Georgia. - Historic Twigss County Courthouse, built in 1903. West access to the community of Bonaire, Houston County, Georgia. - Perdue Lake, GA, is nearby - West access to Warner Robins, Georgia - Robins Air Force Base, GA.
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Huber, GA
Community of Huber, Twiggs County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Point of Interest
Stone Lake is east of US Highway 23.
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Junction: US Interstate Highway 16/Georgia State Highway 404
Junction of US Highway 23 with US Interstate Highway 16 & Georgia State Highway 404. South access to the community of Allentown, Wilkinson County, Georgia. Limited services. North access to the community of Macon, county seat of Bibb County, Georgia. Places of interest: - Ocmulgee National Monument (1207 Emery Highway, Tel. 478-752-8257): preserves archaeological artifacts from more than 12,000 years ago. - Historic Grand Opera House (651 Mulberry St) - Mason Coliseum (200 Coliseum Drive): multi-purpose arena/convention center; seating capacity of up to 9,252. - Hosts the 10-day International Cherry Blossom Festival yearly in March; features concerts, arts & crafts, parades, picnics, street markets, food festivals. Parks in Macon include Whittle Park (Jones St), Hill Park (Spring St), Anderson and Lanier Park on High St.
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Airport
Macon Downtown Airport or Herbert Smart Downtown Airport: public airport 3 miles SE of Macon, GA. Access is on Herbert Smart Airport Road.
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Junction: US Highway 80/Georgia State Highway 19
Junction of US Highway 23 with US Highway 80 & Georgia State Highway 19. South access to the community of Dry Branch, Twiggs County, Georgia. Limited services. NOTE: At this point, both highways overlap US Highway 23.
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Point of Interest
Off US Highway 23, on Jeffersonville Road, left on Recreation Road, the right on McCall Circle is Lakeside Park and Lakeside Reservoir.
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Junction: Georgia State Highways 11/11 & US Highways 129/80
NOTE: At this point, Georgia State Highway 87 & US Highway 80 separates from US Highway 23.
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Junction: Georgia State Highways 11/22
Junction of US Highway 23 with Georgia State Highways 11/22. North access to the community of Gray, county seat of Jones County, Georgia. Limited services. West access to the community of Lizella, Bibb County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 19/US Highway 41
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 19/US Highway 41. To the south, GA State Highway 19, provides access to the community of Dry Branch, Twiggs County, Georgia (limited services), while US Highway 41 accesses the city of Macon, county seat of Bibb County, Georgia. Places of interest: - Ocmulgee National Monument(1207 Emery Highway, Tel. 478-752-8257): a national park dedicated to the preservation of an area which was inhabited from 12,000 years back; has several burial and ceremonial mounds; open daily 9am-5pm. - Historic Grand Opera House (651 Mulberry St) - Mason Coliseum (200 Coliseum Drive): multi-purpose arena/convention center; seating capacity of up to 9,252. - Hosts the 10-day International Cherry Blossom Festival yearly in March; features concerts, arts & crafts, parades, picnics, street markets, food festivals. Parks in Macon include Whittle Park (Jones St), Hill Park (Spring St), Anderson and Lanier Park on High St.
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Macon, GA
City of Macon, county seat of Bibb County, Georgia. Places of interest: - Ocmulgee National Monument(1207 Emery Highway, Tel. 478-752-8257): a national park dedicated to the preservation of an area which was inhabited from 12,000 years back; has several burial and ceremonial mounds; open daily 9am-5pm. - Historic Grand Opera House (651 Mulberry St) - Mason Coliseum (200 Coliseum Drive): multi-purpose arena/convention center; seating capacity of up to 9,252. - Hosts the 10-day International Cherry Blossom Festival yearly in March; features concerts, arts & crafts, parades, picnics, street markets, food festivals. Parks in Macon include Whittle Park (Jones St), Hill Park (Spring St), Anderson and Lanier Park on High St.
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Junction: US Interstate 75/Georgia State Highway 401
US Highway 23 intersects US Highway 75 & Georgia State Highway 401. Accesses the city of Macon, Georgia to the south. - Hosts the Georgia State Fair every year in late September. - Museum of Arts & Sciences (4182 Forsyth Road, Tel. 478-477-4869): Georgia's largest museum devoted to arts and sciences; has a planetarium, observatory, nature trails, live-animal complex. - Ocmulgee National Monument(1207 Emery Highway, Tel. 478-752-8257): a national park dedicated to the preservation of an area which was inhabited from 12,000 years back; has several burial and ceremonial mounds; open daily 9am-5pm. - Historic Grand Opera House (651 Mulberry St) - Mason Coliseum (200 Coliseum Drive): multi-purpose arena/convention center; seating capacity of up to 9,252.North access to the community of Bolingbroke, Monroe County, Georgia. Limited services. NOTE: GA State Highway 401 overlaps US Highway 23 at this point.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 247
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 247. South access to the community of Sofkee, Bibb County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 401/US Interstate Highway 75
Intersection of US Highway 23 with Georgia State Highway 401 & US Interstate Highway 75. South access to the community of Macon, county seat of Bibb County, Georgia. Some areas of interest are - Arrowhead Park (Columbus Road, Tel. 478-935-2302): campsites with electrical/water hook-ups, picnic tables, charcoal grills, children's playground, beach, bathhouses. - Ocmulgee National Monument(1207 Emery Highway, Tel. 478-752-8257): a national park dedicated to the preservation of an area which was inhabited from 12,000 years back; has several burial and ceremonial mounds; open daily 9am-5pm. North access to the community of Bolingbroke, Monroe County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 18
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 18. East access to - Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge (718 Juliette Rd., Round Oak, GA, Tel. 478-986-5441): preserves a variety of plants and animals, has a viewing deck for bird-watching, kids' fishing pond. - Jarrell Plantation State Historic Site (711 Jarrell Plantation Rd., Juliette, GA, Tel. 478-986-5172): a cotton plantation and state park; has a museum, plantation buildings, picnic area, gift shop; open Thurs-Sat, 9:00 am-5:00 pm. West access to the community of Forsyth, county seat of Monroe County, Georgia. - Forsyth Golf Club (400 Country Club Drive, Tel. 478-994-5328): 18-hole, par 72, public golf course.
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Rum Creek Wildlife Management Area, GA
Rum Creek Wildlife Management Area, Forsyth, GA, is west of US Highway 23. Activities: fishing, hunting, bird-watching, hiking, picnicking. Facilities: observation tower, boat ramp, canoe access, trail access. Tel. 478-825-6354.
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Juliette, GA
Community of Juliette, Monroe County, Georgia. Places of interest include Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge (718 Juliette Rd., Round Oak, GA, Tel. 478-986-5441): preserves a variety of plants and animals, has a viewing deck for bird-watching, kids' fishing pond. - Jarrell Plantation State Historic Site (711 Jarrell Plantation Rd., Juliette, GA, Tel. 478-986-5172): a cotton plantation and state park; has a museum, plantation buildings, picnic area, gift shop; open Thurs-Sat, 9:00 am-5:00 pm.
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Point of Interest
Crossing Champion Creek.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 83
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 83. North access to the community of Monticello, county seat of Jasper County, Georgia. - Historic Jasper County Courthouse (on Courthouse Square), built in 1907. - Hunter Pope Country Club (Hwy 83 N, Tel. 706-468-6222): 18-hole, par 72, semi-private golf course. South access to the community of Forsyth, county seat of Monroe County, Georgia. Attractions include: Jarrell Plantation Historic Site (711 Jarrell Plantation Rd, Juliette, GA, Tel. 478-986-5172) Amenities: picnic area, bus parking, gift shop, museum; open Thurs-Sat 9AM-5PM. - Monroe County Historical Society Museum (126 East Johnston St, Tel. 478-994-5070): historical depiction of Monroe County's history by way of memorabilia, exhibits, artifacts, displays.
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Flovilla, GA
Community of Flovilla, Butts County, Georgia. Nearby is Indian Springs State Park (678 Lake Clark Road, Tel. 770-504-2277)-Amenities: 88 tent/trailer/RV campsites, 10 cottages, 7 picnic shelters, pioneer campground, group camp, playground, nature trail, lake, beach. Activities: boating, fishing, swimming, miniature golf, geocaching.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 42
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 42. South access to Indian Springs Georgia State Park (678 Lake Clark Road, Flovilla, GA, Tel. 770-504-5277 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting770-504-5277end_of_the_skype_highlighting): presumed to be the oldest state park in the U.S. Amenities: 88 tent/trailer/RV sties, 7 picnic shelters, group shelter, 10 cottages, miniature golf course, group camp, pioneer camping. Activities: camping, picnicking, biking, hiking, fishing, boating, swimming; open daily 8am-5pm. NOTE: Overlap with US Highway 23 to the north.
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Point of Interest
Stalnaker Lake, a reservoir in Butts County, Georgia, is east of US Highway 23. Fishing.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 16
Intersection of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 16. NOTE: Overlap with US Highway 23 at this point.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 36
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 36. North access to the city of Covington, county seat of Newton County, Georgia. - Covington Historic District covers the Newton County Courthouse and Floyd Street Historic District. - Covington Municipal Airport (15200 Airport Road, Tel. 770-787-0098), a public-use airport. - Covington Reservoir, on Williams, Road; fishing.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 16
NOTE: Georgia State Highway 16 ends its overlap with US Highway 23 at this point. West access to the city of Griffin, county seat of Spalding County, Georgia. Nearby attractions - Flint River: fishing, canoeing, boating. - Wyomia Tyus Olympic Park (1301 Cowan Road, Tel. 770-467-4750): lake, soccer/baseball fields, walking trails. - Morgan Dairy Golf Club (525 Morgan Dairy Rd, Tel. 770-358-2221): 18-hole, par 72, public golf course.
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Jenkinsburg, GA
Community of Jenkinsburg, Butts County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Point of Interest
Collins Lake is south of US Highway 23.
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Pont of Interest
Northwest of US Highway 23 is Skyland Lake.
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Locust Grove, GA
Community of Locust Grove, Henry County, Georgia. - Warren Holder Park (301 Club Drive): 4 football fields, 9 lighted baseball/softball fields, 2 lighted tennis courts, playground, concession stands. Nearby is Southern States Lake on Patriot Points Street & Palmetto Street.
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Point of Interest
Iris Lake & Irish Lake East are located east of US Highway 23. Access is from John Williams Parkway, then left on Iris Lake Road.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 155
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 155. South access to the community of Blacksville, Henry County, Georgia. Limited services. North access to Panola Mountain State Park (2600 Georgia 155, Stockbridge, GA, Tel. 770-389-7801)- Amenities: Visitor Center, fishing lakes, 4 picnic shelters. playground, conference room - Activities: fishing, picnicking, hiking, geocaching, jogging, bicycling, bird-watching.
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McDonough, GA
City of McDonough, Henry County, Georgia. - Hosts the annual Geranium Festival every 3rd Saturday in May, which showcases the works of local artists. Places of interest: - Historic Globe Hotel or Dunn House (20 Jonesboro St), constructed in 1827. - Atlanta South RV Resort (281 Mount Olive Road, Tel. 770-957-2610): Amenities: 140 campsites with electric/water, 80 pull-thru sites, tent sites, restrooms, showers, pool, playground; Activities: camping, fishing, swimming. - Heritage Park (101 Lake Dow Road): kids' playground, ballfield, 4 lighted softball fields, paved walking/jogging track, pavilions, concession stand.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 81
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 81. North access to the community of Ola, Henry County, Georgia. Limited services. To the southwest, GA State Highway 81 ends at an intersection with US Highways 19/41 & GA State Highway 3.
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Park
Alexander Park on Atlanta Street, Georgia, has 2 picnic pavilions, paved walking/jogging track, 4 lighted softball fields, playground area, batting cages, amphitheatre.
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Flippen, GA
Community of Flippen, Henry County, Georgia. Dailey Lake is nearby on Peach Drive.
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Point of Interest
Clayton County Reservoir, GA, is east of US Highway 23.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 138
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 138. North access to Walnut Grove, Walton County, Georgia. Limited services. NOTE: At this point, GA State Highway 138 overlaps US Highway 23.
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Point of Interest
Vulcan Materials Quarry Lake is south of US Highway 23.
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Park
Cochran Park can be accessed from US Highway 23 on E Atlanta Rd. Has 9 lighted baseball/softball fields, two-story Larry Cochran activity building, baseball/softball concession stands.
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Stockbridge, GA

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Junction: Georgia State Highway 138
NOTE: Georgia State Highway 138 disengages from US Highway 23 at this point. Goes west to the community of Mountain View, Clayton County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Point of Interest
Sunset Hills Lake can be accessed off US Highway 23 on Sunset Hills Rd, then right on Brookwood Boulevard.
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Junction: US Interstate Highway 675/Georgia State Highway 413
Junction of US Highway 23 with US Interstate Highway 675 & Georgia State Highway 413. North access to the community of Rex (Hollingsworth), Clayton County, Georgia. - Rex Park (3499 Rex Road, Tel. 770-473-5731): playground equipment, picnic faculties, athletic fields, tennis/basketball courts. To the south, both highways end with an with US Interstate Highway 75/GA State Highway 401.
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Park
Tar Creek Mini-Park, GA is west of US Highway 23 and can be accessed from Rex Road. Baseball/softball field, soccer field.
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Point of Interest
Nearby lakes accessible from Forest Parkway, off US Highway 23, are Howell Lake, Joy Lake, and Marchman Lake.
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Point of Interest
Stephens Lake is west of US Highway 23 and can be accessed from s 3rd Street.
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Park
Pine Circle Park (5671 Pine Circle, Ellenwood, Georgia): playground equipment, athletic fields, basketball court, picnic facilities.
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Fort Gillem, GA
Fort Gillem, a US military installation in Forest Park, Georgia. Recommended for closure in May 2005 by the Base Realignment and Closure Commission.
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Conley, GA
Community of Conley, DeKalb County and Clayton Counties, Georgia. - Conley Park on Rock Cut Road: tennis courts, parking area, trees. - Lake Murray, a reservoir, on Murray Lake Road.
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Junction: US Interstate Highway 285
Junction of US Highway 23 & US Interstate Highway 285. North access to Panthersville, DeKalb County, Georgia. 
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Point of Interest
Lake Charlotte, GA, is west of US Highway 23.
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Constitution, GA
Pre-Civil War community of Constitution, Georgia. Located south of Atlanta.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 42
NOTE: Georgia State Highway 42 branches off to the west, intersects US Interstate Highway 75 , and ends at an intersection with US Highway 41/GA State Highway 3. Accesses Thomasville Park (1835 Henry Thomas Drive SE, Atlanta, GA, Tel. 404-624-0816): softball/baseball field, basketball court, tennis court, parking.
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Park/Shopping Center
Benteen Park is west of US Highway 23 and can be accessed from Custer Ave SE, left on Funston St SE, then another left on Cassanova St SE. East of US Highway 23 are Moreland Shopping Center (on Custer Ave SE) and Glen Emerald Park on Bouldercrest Rd SE: basketball court, ballfield, tennis courts, parking, trees. Nearby is Glen Emerald Lake.
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Point of Interest
Brownwood Park (602 Brownwood Avenue, Atlanta, GA, Tel. 404-817-6744): tennis courts, children's playground, basketball courts, garden, recreation center.
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Junction: Georgia State Highgway 260
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 260. Heads east to an intersection with US Interstate Highway 20/GA State Highway 402.
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Junction: US Interstate Highway 20/Georgia State Highway 402
Junction of US Highway 23 with US Interstate Highway 20 & Georgia State Highway 402. West access to Grant Park (800 Cherokee Avenue SE, Atlanta, GA), oldest city park in Atlanta, GA; two major attractions namely Zoo Atlanta (Tel. 404-6240-5600), which is home to 220 animal species and the largest gorilla and orangutan collections; currently has giant pandas; and the Atlanta Cyclorama ((404) 658-7625), which features a vivid depiction of the 1864 Battle of Atlanta during the American Civil War; houses the world's largest painting ('The Battle of Atlanta').
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 154
Intersection of US Highway 23 with Georgia State Highway 154
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Park/Historic Site
To the west of US Highway 23 is Lang-Carson Park (100 Flat Shoals Ave. SE): basketball court, tennis court, ballfield, recreation center, parking, trees. Take Wylie St SE, then left on Flat Shoals Ave. SE. - Reynoldstown Historic District (CSX rail line/Memorial Drive/Pearl St/Moreland).
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Park
Take Hosea L Williams Drive NE, off US Highway 23, to reach Coan Park (1530 Woodbine Ave. SE, Atlanta, GA, Tel. 404-371-5008): basketball courts, softball field, playground, tennis courts, walking/running trails.
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Park
Access to Springvale Park (trees, playground, small pond) is off US Highway 23, left on DeKalb Ave, right on Elizabeth St NE, then left on Waverly Way NE.
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Parks
Candler Park (585 Candler Park Drive NE, Atlanta, GA, Tel. 404-347-9325): 9-hole golf course, football field, basketball court, swimming pool, soccer field, tennis courts, playground. - Lake Claire Park (430 Lakeshore Drive, Atlanta, GA, Tel. 404-817-6744): tennis courts, multi-purpose ball field, children's play equipment, lighted wooded area, picnic area; open 6:00 am-11:00 pm
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Park/Museum
Freedom Park (Freedom Pkwy & Moreland Ave NE, Freedom Pkwy, Atlanta, GA, Tel. 404-817-6813): largest public park in Atlanta, houses permanent art installations, has walking/biking trails, links eight Atlanta neighborhoods. - Jimmy Carter Library & Museum (E Freedom Pky NE, Tel. 404-865-7100): houses documents and materials of the Carter Administration, has a full-scale replica of the Oval Office; open 9:00 am-4:45 pm (Mon-Sat), Noon-4:45 pm (Sun).
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Junction: US Highways 29/78/278 & Georgia State Highways 10/8
Junction of US Highway 23 with US Highways 29/78/278 & Georgia State Highways 8/10. West access to the neighborhood of Poncey-Highland, Atlanta, GA. NOTE: At this point, US Highway 78/278 & Georgia State Highways 8/10 overlap with US Highway 23.
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Park
Shady Side Park is south of US Highway 23. Access is from S Ponce De Leon Ave NE.
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Places of Interest
Druid Hills Golf Club (740 Clifton Road NE, Atlanta, GA, Tel. 404-377-1768 ): golf course, tennis courts, dining, swimming; hosts the Dogwood Invitational amateur golf tournament. - Fernbank Museum of Natural History (767 Clifton Road NE Atlanta, GA, Tel. 404-929-6300) promotes learning and appreciation of the earth and its inhabitants through exhibitions, film screenings, and tours. - Fernbank Forest: 65 acres of forest vegetation.
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Park
Dellwood Park is south of US Highway 23.
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Junction: US Highway 278
NOTE: At this juncture, US Highway 278 ends its overlap with US Highway 23. Turns on E Lake Rd NE, proceeds to a west access to the community of Lithonia, DeKalb County, Georgia. - Lithonia Community Park (2501 Park Dr, Tel. 404-371-2631): picnic area, playground, nature trails, swimming pool, basketball court, multi-use field/court.
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Fernbank Science Center, GA
Fernbank Science Center (156 Heaton Park Drive NE, Atlanta, GA, Tel. 678-874-7102): museum/classroom/woodland complex; has a planetarium and observatory which are open to the public occasionally, and botanical collections; maintains the Robert L. Staton Rose Garden; provides access to Fernbank Forest.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 155
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 155. South access to the city of Decatur, county seat of DeKalb County, Georgia. Places of Interest: - Glenlake Park (1121 Church St., Tel. 404-377-7231): swimming pool, picnic pavilion/picnic tables, grills, 5 tennis courts, youth baseball field, playground, basketball/volleyball court, enclosed dog park. - Bradley Observatory (141 E. College Ave, Tel. 404-471-6266): has a planetarium and a vintage 30" telescope (Beck telescope). - Hosts the yearly Wine Tasting Festival held the first Saturday in November, where wines from around the world may be sampled. NOTE: At this point, GA State Highway 155 overlaps US Highway 23.
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North Decatur, GA
Community of North Decatur, DeKalb County, Georgia. Local attractions: - Mason Mill Park (1340 McConnell Dr): picnic area, tennis courts, trails, recreation center. - Medlock Park (874 Gaylemont Cir.): picnic area, multi-use field/court, baseball/softball fields, swimming pool. - Clyde Shepherd Nature Preserve (2580 Pine Bluff Dr at Wood Trail Ln, Tel. 678-951-0105): walking/hiking trails, pond, boardwalks.
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Point of Interest
Candler Lake is west of US Highway 23. Fishing.
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Park
Thompson Park (1760 Mason Mill Rd.): picnic area, playground, nature trails, basketball court, tennis courts, multi-use field.
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Park
Mason Mill Park (1400 McConnell Drive, Decatur, GA, Tel. 404-679-5917): picnic area, multi-use field, recreation center, nature trails, tennis courts, lake.
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Places of Interest
N Druid Hills Rd NE accesses Elwyn John Wildlife Sanctuary; Kittredge Park (1520 Kittredge Park Rd., Atlanta, GA): swimming pool, baseball, multi-use field; Adams Stadium (2383 North Druid Hills Rd, Atlanta, GA): football stadium.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 236
US Highway 23 intersects Georgia State Highway 236 at this point. North access to the community of Vista Grove, DeKalb County, Georgia. Places of Interest: - Echo Lake (Briarcliff Rd. & Briarlake Rd.): fishing. - McDaniel School Park (2225 Heritage Dr.): multi-use fields/courts, picnic area, playground, nature trails. West access to the community of North Druid Hills, DeKalb County, Georgia.
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Junction: US Interstate Highway 85/Georgia State Highway 403
Junction of US Highway 23 with US Interstate Highway 85 & Georgia State Highway 403. Southwest to the community of Piney Grove, Harris County, Georgia. Limited services. To the north, this highway heads to the Tom Moreland Interchange (or Spaghetti Junction) where US Interstate Highways 85 and 285, along with several access roads, intersect.
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Point of Interest
Crossing North Fork Peachtree Creek.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 13
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 13. South access to Briarwood Park (2235 Briarwood Way, Atlanta, GA, Tel. 404-679-5911): baseball/multi-use field, swimming pool, recreation center, tennis courts, walking trail, picnic area, playground, and to the neighborhood of Home Park, Atlanta, Georgia. NOTE: At this point, GA State Highway 13 overlaps US Highway 23.
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Park
Dresden Park (2301 Dresden Dr., Atlanta, GA): picnic area, playground, sofball/baseball/multi-use field, trails.
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Airport
DeKalb-Peachtree Airport (2000 Airport Road, Tel. 770-936-5440), is a general aviation reliever airport, which helps to ease airport congestion by providing service for smaller general aviation aircraft.
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Chamblee, GA
Community of Chamblee, DeKalb County, Georgia. - Antique Row, a collection of antique shops in Peachtree Blvd, Old Towne Chamblee. - DeKalb-Peachtree Airport, a municipal public-use airport in DeKalb County.
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Parks
Brook Park (tennis courts, trees, field) and Autumn Park (playing fields, picnic tables, playground equipment) can both be accessed off US Highway 23 on Raymond Drive.
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Doraville, GA
Community of Doraville, DeKalb County, Georgia. Attractions include: - Fleming Arena (in Honeysuckle Park) has two basketball/volleyball courts, locker/shower facilities, concession stand. - Brook Park (3193 Raymond Drive): picnic pavilion, two lighted tennis courts, playground equipment. - Bernard Halpern Park (4150 Tilly Mill Road): multi-purpose field, two tennis courts, shuffleboard court, playground equipment, picnic pavilion.
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Park
Flowers Park is west of US Highway 23. Access is from Park Avenue, then left on New Peachtree Road.
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Junction: US Interstate Highway 285
US Interstate Highway 23 & US Interstate Highway 285 intersect at this juncture. To the west, accesses the community of Sandy Springs, Fulton County, Georgia. - Hammond Park (705 Hammond Drive, Tel. 404-303-6176): tennis courts, basketball courts, swimming pool, 2 recreation/community centers, soccer/football fields, 2 multi-purpose courts, picnic areas/tables, walking trails, playground (one handicap-accessible). - Peppertree Lake (Dunwoody Springs Dr NE): fishing.
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Park
Honeysuckle Park (3037 Pleasant Valley Drive, Doraville, GA, Tel. 770-458-9988): lighted football/soccer/baseball fields, picnic pavilion, walking trail, concession stands, restrooms.
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Point of Interest
Lake Windsor is east of US Highway 23. Access is from Lake Drive.
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Park
Best Friend Park (M4 Jimmy Carter Blvd., Norcross, GA, Tel. 770-417-2200): Hudlow Tennis Center w/ 17 lighted tennis courts, outdoor pools, indoor badminton courts, baseball/softball fields, outdoor basketball courts, multi-purpose trail, gym; open sunrise until 11:00pm (unless otherwise indicated).
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 140
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 140. To the north, this highway provides access to the city of Roswell, Fulton County, Georgia. Places of interest: - Faces of War Memorial (38 Hill Street) located in the Memorial Garden, Roswell City Hall; Life-size bronze sculpture of 50 faces touched by war. - Lost Mill Workers of Roswell Monument (Old Mill Park, Sloan St): memorializes the 400 women and children who lost their homes during the Civil War. - Archibald Smith Plantation Home (935 Alpharetta St, Tel. 770-641-3978): house museum, displaying many original artifacts of the Smith estate. To the south, GA State Highway 140 ends at an intersection with US Interstate Highway 85 & GA State Highway 403.
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Norcross, GA

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Junction: Georgia State Highway 378
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 378 (western terminus). Ends at its intersection with US Interstate Highway 85/GA State Highway 403 (eastern terminus).
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Point of Interest
Morrison Lake is east of US Highway 23. Access is from Mt Tabor Circle, then left on Landing Way NW. Fishing.
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Berkeley Lake, GA
Community of Berkeley Lake, Gwinnett County, Georgia; most affluent Georgia community. N Berkeley Lake Road off US Highway 23 provides access to this community.
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Park
Shorty Howell County Park (2750 Pleasant Hill Road, Duluth, GA, Tel. 770-814-4914): football field, 7 lighted youth baseball/softball fields, lighted walking track, playgrounds, lake, multi-purpose trail, restrooms.
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Museum
Southeastern Railway Museum (3595 Buford Hwy, Duluth, GA, Tel. 770-476-2013): home to historic Pullman cars and classic steam locomotives, among them "The Superb," which was U.S. President Warren G. Harding's personal railroad car.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 120
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 120. West access to the city of Duluth, Gwinnett County, Georgia, an affluent community in Atlanta. Local attractions include - Red Clay Theater (3116 Main Street, Tel. 678-957-7283), a cultural, entertainment, and arts center. - Southeastern Railway Museum (3595 Buford Hwy, Duluth, GA, Tel. 770-476-2013): home to historic Pullman cars and classic steam locomotives, among them 'The Superb,' which was U.S. President Warren G. Harding's personal railroad car.
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Duluth, GA
City of Duluth, Gwinnett County, Georgia, an affluent community in Atlanta. Local attractions include - Red Clay Theater (3116 Main Street, Tel. 678-957-7283), a cultural, entertainment, and arts center. - Southeastern Railway Museum (3595 Buford Hwy, Duluth, GA, Tel. 770-476-2013): home to historic Pullman cars and classic steam locomotives, among them 'The Superb,' which was U.S. President Warren G. Harding's personal railroad car.
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Park
Suwannee Creek Park (1170 Buford Highway, Gwinnett County, Georgia): picnic areas, two shelters, benches, meadows; trailhead for the Suwannee Creek Greenway.
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Point of Interest
Berry Lake is east of US Highway 23 and can be accessed from McGinnis Ferry Road,then left on Lake McGinnis Ferry Road.
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Suwanee, GA

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Park
George Pierce County Park (55 Buford Hwy NW Suwanee, GA, Tel. 770-831-4173): outdoor basketball courts, 5 soccer fields, 7 youth baseball/softball fields, football/multi-purpose field, playground, paved multi-purpose trail, pond, pavilions, 2 adult softball fields, recreation center.
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Point of Interest
Casteel Lake is east of US Highway 23.
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Junction: Georgia State Highways 13 & 20
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highways 13 & 20. NOTE: This highway ends its overlap with US Highway 23 at this point. Proceeds north to the community of Rest Haven, Gwinnett & Hall Counties, Georgia. Limited services. Also, GA State Highway 20 overlaps US Highway 23 to the east at this point. Northwest access to the city of Sugar Hill, Gwinnett County, Georgia. Attractions in Sugar Hill: - Sugar Hill Golf Club (6094 Suwanee Dam Rd, Tel. 770-271-0519): 18-hole public golf course. - E.E.Robinson Park (850 Level Creek Rd): jogging trail, 3 lighted T-ball fields, 2 lighted tennis courts, 2 lighted softball fields, 2 lighted little league fields, 2 lighted beach volleyball courts, concession stands, amphitheater, play areas.
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Junction: Georgia State Highways 365 & 20
Junction of US Highway 23 with Georgia State Highways 365 & 20. NOTE: At this point, GA State Highway 365 overlaps US Highway 23 to the north, while GA State Highway 20 separates from US Highway 23 and heads south to the city of Lawrenceville, county seat of Gwinnett County, Georgia. Attractions: - Tribble Mill Park (2125 Tribble Mill Parkway, Tel. 770-822-5414): fishing, pavilions, multi-purpose trail, mountain biking, playground, restrooms, grill.
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Buford, GA
Hamilton Mill Road, to the west of US Highway 23, accesses the city of Buford, Gwinnett & Hall Counties, Georgia. - Buford Nature Preserve on S Harris Street. - Suwanee Creek Lake can also be accessed from Hamilton Mill Road.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 347
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 347. To the east, this highway terminates at its intersection with GA State Highway 211. Its western terminus is at Lake Lanier Islands Beach and Water Park, GA (13 water slides, wave pool, luxury hotel, conference room, two golf course, equestrian center, spa).
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Wade Orr Road
West access to Van Pugh Park, GA. Amenities: The Van Pugh South Campground has 55 sites, hot showers, laundry facilities, a boat ramp,and a RV dump station. -e
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Flowery Branch, GA
Spout Springs Road provides access to the community of Flowery Branch, Hall County, Georgia. Attractions: - Flowery Branch Park (on Park Road). - Flowery Branch Bay.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 13
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 13. North access to Lee Gilmer Memorial Airport (a public-use airport located in Gainesville, GA) and to an intersection with GA State Highway 369, where this highway ends. South access to the community of Flowery Branch, Hall County, Georgia. Attractions: - Flowery Branch Park, GA; (on Park Road). - Flowery Branch Bay.
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Oakwood, GA
Community of Oakwood, Hall County, Georgia. Places of interest in and near Oakwood: - Oakwood Parks and Recreation (4035 Walnut Circe, Tel. 770-534-0456 - Chicopee Woods Golf Course (2515 Atlanta Highway, Gainesville, GA, Tel. 770-534-7322): 18-hole, par 36, public golf course.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 53
Intersection of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 53. South access to the community of Braselton, Barrow, Gwinnett, Hall and Jackson Counties, Georgia. Attractions in Braselton include Thompson Mills Forest (8755 Highway 53, off New Liberty Church Road): state arboretum and research forest; includes the Eva Thompson Thornton Garden which has over 100 ornamental trees from all over the world; walking trails; granite outcrop. - Chateau Elan (Tel. 1-800-233-WINE (9463): Georgia's largest winery. - Road Atlanta, a 2-54-mile road course used for professional/amateur sports car/motorcycle races. On a north-east-north routing, GA State Highway 53 accesses 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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Junction: Georgia State Highway 13
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 13. South access to the community of Flowery Branch, Hall County, Georgia. Attractions: - Flowery Branch Park (on Park Road). - Flowery Branch Bay. To the north, this highway ends at an intersection with GA State Highway 369.
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Park
To the east of US Highway 23 is Chicopee Woods Park.
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Elatchee Drive
North of highway is the Chicopee Mill and Village Historic District, GA.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 60
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 60. Accesses Lee Gilmer Memorial Airport a public-use airport in Gainesville, Hall County, Georgia to the north, and ends at an intersection with GA Highway 369. To the south, this highway ends at an intersection with GA State Highway 124.
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Junction: US Highway 129/Georgia State Highway 11
Intersection of US Highway 23 with US Highway 129 & Georgia State Highway 11
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New Holland, GA
Community of New Holland, Hall County, Georgia. Built by the Pacolet Mill for its workers in the Pacolet Cotton Mill. The New Holland Springs supposedly had health-giving properties. Limited services.
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Junction: US Highway 129/Georgia State Highway 369
NOTE: At this point, US Highway 129 disengages from US Highway 23 and goes south to the community of New Holland, Hall County, Georgia. Limited services. West access via US Highway #129 and State Highway 284 to Laurel Park, GA Amenities 23 picnic sites water, electricity, boat ramp one-mile walking trail, picnic area. - Clarks Gridge Park, GA. This park is a Picnic Park. Amenities: picnic sites, beach, boat ramp, rowing and canoe/kayaking facility. - Access to Don Carter Georgia State Park.
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Point of Interest
Ramsey-Fraser Lake is east of US Highway 23. Fishing.
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State Park
Don Carter State Park, Gainesville, Georgia, is to the north of US Highway 23. NOTE: NOT YET OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 52
Intersection of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 52. South access to the community of Gillsville, Banks & Hall Counties, Georgia. Limited services. West access to the community of Dahlonega, county seat of Lumpkin County, Georgia. Local attractions include: - Dahlonega Gold Museum Historic Site, commemorates the first major gold rush in America and Lumpkin County's mining history; among its many artifacts are gold nuggets, gold coins, and gold panning equipment; gift shop. - Consolidated Mine, a former gold mine; upper level is still open to tourists where original cart rails, an operational pnematic rill, and electrical lines may be seen. - Three Sisters Mountain: has three individual peaks locally known as Rattlesnake, Wildcat, and McBrayer.
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Lula, GA
Community of Lula, Banks & Hall Counties, Georgia. Hosts the yearly RailRoad Days Festival held usually in May. - Rafe Banks or Lula Park (5831 Athens Street): football field, basketball court, tennis court, baseball field, picnic tables, restrooms, walking path, parking, trees.
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Raoul, GA
Community of Raoul, Habersham County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Alto, GA
Community of Alto, Banks & Habersham Counties, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 384
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 384. North access to Buck Shoals State Park (on Buck Shoals Dr) - NOTE: As of May 2009, this park is not yet open to the public - Yonah Mountain (or Mount Yonah), located in the Chattahoochee National Forest, and ends at an intersection with GA State Highway 75.
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Airport
Habersham County Airport, public-use airport, located in Corneila, Habersham County, Georgia, is southwest of US Highway 23.
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Junction: US Highway 441/Georgia State Highway 15
Intersection of US Highway 23 with US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 15. South access to the community of Baldwin, Banks & Habersham Counties, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: Georgia State Highways 385/105 /15 & US Highway 441
Junction of US Highway 23 with Georgia State Highways 385/105/15 & US Highway 441. NOTE: At this point, US Highway 441 & GA State Highway 15 branch off to the south, overlaps with GA State Highway 105, and proceeds to the community of Cornelia, Habersham County, Georgia. Attractions: - Host the annual Big Red Apple Festival, which pays tribute to Habersham County's apple growers. - Nearby Chenocetah Mountain (referred to locally as 'Tower Mountain') has an observation tower which shows a scenic view of the surrounding hills and valleys. On a west-north route, GA State Highway 105 ends at an intersection with GA State Highway 17. US Highway 441 & GA State Highway 385 proceed north on US 441 Historical to the community of Demorest, Habersham County, Georgia. - Demorest Lake is nearby on Massachusetts Boulevard. Fishing.
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Point of Interest
Millers Pond is east of US Highway 23.
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Point of Interest
Demorest Lake, a reservoir, is west of US Highway 23. Can be accessed from Demorest Lake Road.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 197
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 197
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Junction: US Highway 123/Georgia State Highways 365/17
NOTE: At this point, Georgia State Highway 365 separates from US Highway 23, overlaps with US Highway 123 & Georgia State Highway 17, and provides access to the south to the Currahee Mountain, highest peak in Stephens County, Georgia. 
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Junction: Georgia State Highways 385 & 17A
Junction of US Highway 23 with Georgia State Highways 385 & 17A. NOTE: On a south-east-south route, GA State Highway 17A provides access to the Toccoa Reservoir and Toccoa Falls.
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Point of Interest
Hardman Lake is east of US Highway 23 and can be reached from Panther Brook Lane.
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Point of Interest
Lake Yonah, a lake on the Tugalo River, is east of US Highway 23. Lake Yonah is on the Georgia-South Carolina border.
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Tallulah Falls, GA

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Point of Interest
Crossing Tallulah Falls Lake, smallest power reservoir in Georgia, located in Rabun County. Fishing. Camping/picnic facilities available off US Highway 441.
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Point of Interest
Bridge crossing on US Highway 23.
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Lakemont, GA
Community of Lakemont, Rabun County, Georgia. Nearby attractions: - Rubin Beach Recreation Area (Lake Rubin Road, Tel. 706-782-3320): 82 campsites, campground, fishing, boating facilities, swimming, beach. - Terrora Park Campground (Jane Hurt Yarn Dr, Tel. 706-754-7979): fishing, whitewater paddling, swimming, golf, hiking, 50 tent/RV campsites.
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Wiley, GA
Community of Wiley, Rabun County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Tiger, GA
Community of Tiger, Rabun County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction; US Highway 76/Georgia State Highway 2
Junction of US Highway 23 with US Highway 76 & Georgia State Highway 2. To the south, Georgia State Highway 2 ends at the Georgia-South Carolina border, while US Highway 76 accesses the community of Long Creek, Oconee County, South Carolina. West access to the community of Hiawassee, county seat of Towns County, Georgia. Places of interest: - Fred Hamilton Rhododendron Garden (1311 Music Hall Road, Tel. 706-896-4191), a botanical garden with a collection of 3,000 plants, open daily from 8 AM-7 PM, no admission fee (only a $3 donation). - Lake Chatuge: Activities - fishing, horseback riding, hiking, tennis, white water rafting.
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Clayton, GA
Community of Clayton, county seat of Rabun County, Georgia. Nearby places of interest are Screamer Mountain, which rises to 3,000 feet. - Rabun County Golf Club (1322 Old 441 S, Clayton, Tel. 706-782-5500): 9-hole, par 70, municipal golf course. - Kingwood Country Club & Resort: golf, tennis, swimming, hiking, whitewater rafting, biking.
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State Park
Black Rock Mountain State Park (3085 Black Rock Mountain Parkway, Mountain City), Rabun County, Georgia. Amenities: Visitor Center, 44 tent/trailer/RV campsites w/ cable TV, 12 walk-in campsites, 4 backcountry campsites, cottages, lake, pioneer campground, picnic shelters, playground. Activities: hiking, fishing, picnicking, kayaking, geocaching, canoeing.
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Point of Interest
Cox Lake is east of US Highway 23. Access is on Cox Lake Road.
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Mountain City, GA
The Eastern Continental Divide passes through the community of Mountain City, Rabun County, Georgia. Nearby is Black Rock Mountain State Park (3085 Black Rock Mountain Parkway, Mountain City), Rabun County, Georgia. Amenities: Visitor Center, 44 tent/trailer/RV campsites w/ cable TV, 12 walk-in campsites, 4 backcountry campsites, cottages, lake, pioneer campground, picnic shelters, playground. Activities: hiking, fishing, picnicking, kayaking, geocaching, canoeing.
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Point of Interest
Flat Top Mountain, 4,142 feet, is east of US Highway 23; located within the Chattahoochee National Forest.
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Dillard, GA
Community of Dillard, Rabun County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 246
Junction of US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 246. To the north, this highway crosses the North Carolina-Georgia border briefly, then comes back into Georgia, accesses Estatoah Falls on Mud Creek, Rabun County, Georgia. Not open to the public. Can be viewed from several areas on GA State Highway 246.
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North Carolina-Georgia Border
US Highway 23 crosses the Georgia border into North Carolina, in the community of Otto, Macon County. Start/Finish of Free Road Map Highway RV Travel Guide. LD11 - e