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Tennessee-Georgia State Line
US Highway 27 crosses the border from Tennessee and enters Georgia in the community of Rossville, Walker County, Georgia. NOTE: Overlaps with Georgia State Highway at this point.
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Rossville, GA
Community of Rossville, Walker County, Georgia. Named after John Ross, the Cherokee Nation leader. - Historic John Ross House (on Lake Ave & Spring St), home of the Cherokee Indian Chief John Ross. - Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park (1730 Lakeview Drive, Tel. 706-866-5681): family amusement park featuring 35 rides.
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Lakeview, GA
Community of Lakeview, Catoosa and Walker Counties, Georgia. - Lake Winnepesaukah (or Lake Winnie): family amusement park (1115 Lakeview Dr, Rossville, GA, Tel. 706-866-5681), open Thur-Sat: 10:00 am-11:00 pm, Sun: Noon-10:00 pm.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 146
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 146. To the east, this highway intersects US Interstate Highway 75/GA State Highway 401 and ends at a junction with US Highway 76/41.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 2
Intersection of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 2. East access to the community of Fort Oglethorpe, Catoosa County, Georgia. Areas of interest are the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park (Tel. 423-821-7786): preserves the sites of the Battle of Chickamauga and the Chattanooga Campaign, two major battles during the American Civil War; consists of 4 major areas--Chickamauga Battlefield, Lookout Mountain and Point Park, Moccasin Bend, and Missionary Ridge. - Sixth Cavalry Museum (Tel. 706-861-2860): preserves the history of the "Fighting Sixth" Cavalry stationed at Fort Oglethorpe from 1919-1942. NOTE: At this point, GA State Highway 2 overlaps US Highway 27 to the south.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 2
NOTE: Georgia State Highway 2 ends its overlap with US Highway 27 at this juncture and proceeds west. Provides access to the community of Fairview, Walker County, Georgia. Nearby is Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park (in northern Georgia and eastern Tennessee) commemorates the site of the Chattanooga Campaign and the Battle of Chickamauga, two battle battles fought during the American Civil War; has four main areas namely Lookout Mountain and Point Park, Chickamauga Battlefield, Moccasin Bend, and Missionary Ridge.
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Park
Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park (Tel. 423-821-7786): preserves the sites of the Battle of Chickamauga and the Chattanooga Campaign, two major battles during the American Civil War; consists of 4 major areas--Chickamauga Battlefield, Lookout Mountain and Point Park, Moccasin Bend, and Missionary Ridge.
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Chickamauga, GA
Community of Chickamauga, Walker County, Georgia. Attractions include - Lee and Gordon's Mills (71 Red Belt Road, Tel. 706-375-4728): one of Georgia's oldest mills; served as HQ of the Confederate Army of Tennessee from Sept. 9-10, 1863. - Crawfish Spring: picnic tables, gazebo, swing; no admission fee; free parking along Cove Road. - Walker County Regional Heritage and Model Train Museum (100 Gordon St, Tel. 706-375-4488): has Civil War collectibles, WWI and Indian artifacts, Cherokee arrowheads, antique guns/furniture, and Lionel Old Gauge model trains dating back to 1947; restrooms, parking; open Mon-Fr 10 am-3 pm, Sat 10 am-4 pm.
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Point of Interest
Shields Lake is west of US Highway 27. Fishing.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 95
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 95. A short route that connects US Highway 27 with Georgia State Highway to the south.
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Point of Interest
Whaley Lake is east of US Highway 27. Access is on New Home Road.
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Point of Interest
Howard Lake is located east of US Highway 27, on Wheeler Road, then left on Ed's Lake Road.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 136
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 136. To the north, accesses Gordon Lake, Gilbert Lake, Cloudland Canyon Park (122 Cloudland Canyon State Park Rd., Rising Fawn, GA, Tel. 706-657-4050)- Amenities: 73 tent/RV/trailer campsites, walk-in/backcountry sites, 16 cottages, picnic/group shelter, tennis, backpacking trail, waterfalls, hiking trails; open 7 am-10 pm; parking fee $5, and to the community of Trenton, Dade County, Georgia. This highway ends at the Georgia-Alabama state line. NOTE: GA State Highway 136 overlaps US Highway 27 to the south at this point.
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Y Junction
US Highway 27/GA State Highway 1 branch out on N Main Street and head to the community of Lafayette, county seat of Walker County, Georgia. Attractions include the Municipal Park Center (638 S. Main St.) - Amenities: baseball/softball fields, gymnasium, tennis courts, game room, swimming pool, fitness trail, outdoor volleyball court, picnic shelters/grills, walking track, playground. - Simmons Memorial Park (12 Mill St.): playground, picnic shelter, baseball/softball practice field, outdoor basketball court. - The Ross Abney Complex (101 First St.): walking track, football stadium, practice field.
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Point of Interest
LaFayette City Reservoir, Walker County, Georgia, is east of US Highway 27. Can be reached from McCarter Road. Fishing.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 136.
NOTE: Georgia State Highway 136 disengages from US Highway 27 at this point. Goes east to the community of Villanow, Walker County, Georgia. Limited services. To the west, this highway becomes W Villanow St and accesses the community of LaFayette, county seat of Walker County, Georgia. Attractions include the Municipal Park Center (638 S. Main St.) - Amenities: baseball/softball fields, gymnasium, tennis courts, game room, swimming pool, fitness trail, outdoor volleyball court, picnic shelters/grills, walking track, playground. - Simmons Memorial Park (12 Mill St.): playground, picnic shelter, baseball/softball practice field, outdoor basketball court.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 151
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 151. North access to the community of Ringgold, county seat of Catoosa County, Georgia. - Historic Ringgold Depot which still bear bullet marks from the Civil War. - Site of the Battle of Ringgold Gap fought on November 27, 1863. After passing through Ringgold, GA, this highway ends at the Georgia-Tennessee state line. East access to Johns Mountain Wildlife Management Area, GA.
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Point of Interest
Crossing Spring Creek on Martha Berry Highway.
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Trion, GA
Community of Trion, Chatooga County, Georgia. Called the denim capital of the world. - Trion Golf Course (207 Golf Course Ln, Tel. 706-734-2712): 9-hole, par 72 public golf course.
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Point of Interest
Lake Wanda Reita is west of US Highway 27. Accessed from Lake Wanda Reita Road.
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Point of Interest
Fairway Recreation Center (81 Senior Drive, Summerville, GA). Amenities: baseball/softball field, basketball courts, playground.
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Summerville, GA
Community of Summerville, county seat of Chattooga County, Georgia. Places of interest - Dowdy Park in the Downtown Historic District (Jct of US Highway 27 & University St): Amenities playground, walking track, gazebos. - Historic Summerville Depot (120 E. Washington Ave) - Summerville Railroad Turntable: a steam locomotive turntable that is still operating - Historic Couey House.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 48
US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 48 intersect at this point. West access to the community of Menlo, Chattanooga County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: Georgia State Highways 114/100
Junction of US Highway 27 with Georgia State Highways 114 & 100. South access to Summerville Recreation Center (swimming pool, indoor basketball court, t-ball fields, baseball/softball fields, tennis courts, playground), and the community of Lyerly, Chattooga County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Point of Interest
Crossing a creek on Martha Berry Highway.
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Point of Interest
Selman Lake is located north of US Highway 27 with access from Gore Subligna Road. Fishing.
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Kartah, GA
Community of Kartah, Chattooga County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 156
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 156. East access to the community of Calhoun, county seat of Gordon County, Georgia. Attractions include New Echota Historic Site (1211 Chatsworth Hwy NE, Tel. 706-624-1321): state park and museum, has exhibits on the Georgia gold rush and the Trail of Tears, hiking trail. - Fields Ferry Golf Club (581 Fields Ferry Dr., Tel. 706-625-5666): 18-hole, par 72, municipal golf course.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 140
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 140. East access to the community of Adairsville, Bartow County, Georgia. Places of Interest - Pumpkin Patch Farm (230 Old Dixie Hwy NW, Tel. 770-773-2617): farm tours, hayrides, pumpkin ring toss, face painting (for a nominal fee). - Adairsville Rail Depot Museum (101 Public Square, Tel. 770-773-1775): no admission fee, open Mon-Fri 10:00 am - 3:00 pm.
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Park
Armuchee Park, Rome, Georgia, is to the east of US Highway 27. Take McGrady Rd NE, right on Jones Mill Rd NE, then left on Old Dalton Rd NE.
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Airport
Richard B. Russell Airport, public-use airport in Rome, Floyd County, Georgia. Access is from Russell Field Rd NE, off US Highway 27.
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Mount Berry, GA
Community of Mount Berry, Floyd County, Georgia; borders the city of Rome. Places of interest in and around Mount Berry - Berry College (2277 Martha Berry Hwy NW, Mount Berry, GA, Tel. 706-232-5374) - Oak Hill & The Martha Berry Museum: home and museum about Martha Berry (founder of Berry College), features several gardens, gift shop, permanent/temporary exhibits, paintings. - Chieftains or Major Ridge Home (Tel. 800-733-2280): residence of Cherokee Nation chief, Major Ridge, features exhibits focusing on Major Ridge and the life and culture of the Cherokee in the 19th century. - State Mutual Stadium: 5,105 seating capacity. - Tolbert Park (Charlton Road & Oakwood Road): two unlighted tennis courts, playground, multi-purpose field, outdoor basketball court, picnic areas/shelter.
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Point of Interest
Tolbert Park, on Charlton Street and Oakwood Street, Rome, GA. Amenities: baseball field, soccer fields, picnic area, playground, outdoor football fields, softball fields, tennis courts, basketball courts.
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Junction: Georgia State Highways 20/101
At this juncture, US Highway 27 intersects with Georgia State Highways 20 & 101. NOTE: To the east, this highway overlaps US Highway 27. To the west, GA State Highway 20 ends at the Georgia-Alabama state line and crosses into Alabama as State Highway 9. To the south, GA State Highway 101 proceeds to the community of Aragon, Polk County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Rome, GA
City of Rome, largest city and county seat of Floyd County, Georgia; built on seven hills in between a river. Attractions include Heritage Park (N 2nd Ave): baseball/softball/soccer fields, parking - Coosa Country Club (110 Branham Ave, Tel. 706-234-2200): 18-hole, par 72, private golf course. - Marshall Forest (Horseleg Creek Rd, Tel. 404-873-6946), home to 300 plant species and 55 tree species; has two walking trails. - Clock Tower (on Neely Hill) is one of Georgia's oldest landmarks, built in 1871.
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Junction: Georgia State Highways 53/293
Junction of US Highway 27 with Georgia State Highways 53 & 293. To the east, GA State Highway 53 turns north on N Broad Street and heads to Shannon, Floyd County, Georgia. GA State Highway 293 proceeds to the community of Kingston, Bartow County, Georgia. Limited services. To the east, GA State Highway 53 loops through Broad Street, E Main Street, E 12th street, and rejoins US Highway 27 on E 2nd Avenue.
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Point of Interest
Crossing Etowah River on Turner McCall Boulevard.
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YJunction
NOTE: US Highway 27, Georgia State Highways 1, 53, and 20 branch out on E 2nd Avenue at this point.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 20/US Highway 411
NOTE: GA State Highway 20 separates from US Highway 27 at this point, overlaps US Highway 411, proceeds east and accesses the community of Kingston, Bartow County, Georgia, on Harden Bridge Rd SW. Limited services.
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Point of Interest
DeSoto Lake is west of US Highway 27. Fishing.
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Lindale, GA
Community of Lindale, Floyd County, Georgia. Nearby is Linvalley Country Club which can be accessed from Eden Valley Rd SE.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 53/US Highway 411
NOTE: At this point, GA State Highway 53 & US Highway 411 end their overlap with US Highway 27. Proceed south to the community of Cave Spring, Floyd County, Georgia, so-called because of its cave and water spring. - Rolater Park (Cedartown St., Tel. 706-777-3382): impressive stalagmites in the cave including the legendary 'Devil's Stool.'
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Point of Interest
To the east of US Highway 27 are Powers Lake Number One & Number Two. Fishing.
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Cedartown, GA
Community of Cedartown, county seat of Polk County, Georgia. - Big Spring Park: a historic park, second largest natural limestone spring in USA, and main supplier of potable water. - Springdale Lake (on N College St & Lakeside Drive): fishing.
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Cedartown, GA
Community of Cedartown, county seat of Polk County, Georgia. - Big Spring Park: a historic park, second largest natural limestone spring in USA, and main supplier of potable water. - Springdale Lake (on N College St & Lakeside Drive): fishing. - Cedar Valley Country Club (1811 Buchanan Hwy, Cedartown, GA, Tel. 770-748-9671): 18-hole, par 36, public golf course.
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Junction: US Highway 278/Georgia State Highway 6
Intersection of US Highway 27 with US Highway 278 & Georgia State Highway 6. East access to the community of Fish Creek, Polk County, Georgia. - Polk County Airport (Airport Loop, Cedartown, GA, Tel. 770-977-9572). NOTE: To the south, both highways overlap US Highway 27 at this point.
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Junction: US Highway 278/Georgia State Highway 6
NOTE: At this point, US Highway 278 & Georgia State Highway 6 end their overlap with US Highway 27. Proceed east to the Georgia-Alabama border, where GA State Highway terminates and US Highway 278 crosses into Alabama.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 100
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 100. North access to the community of Cave Spring, Floyd County, Georgia, so-called because of its cave and water spring. - Rolater Park (Cedartown St., Tel. 706-777-3382): impressive stalagmites in the cave including the legendary Devils Stool.
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Golf Course
Cedar Valley Country Club (1811 Buchanan Hwy, Cedartown, GA, Tel. 770-748-9671): 18-hole, par 36, public golf course.
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Point of Interest
Crossing Pumpkin Pie Creek.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 100
NOTE: Georgia State Highway 100 disengages from US Highway 27. To the south, this highway accesses Murphy Lake, a reservoir in Haralson County, Georgia. Further south is the community of Tallapoosa, Haralson County, Georgia - Attractions: Historic Walking Trail, an inner city pedestrian trail which starts behind the Tallapoosa library - Big Oak RV Park: 54 RV full hook-up sites, 46 pull-thru hook-ups, 4 tent sites, and 5 back-up sites. - Talley Valley Park: 40 RV full hook-ups, 20 pull-thru sites, picnic areas, pool, bathhouse, volleyball court, gold panning.
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Point of Interest
Watts Lake and North Watts Lake are located east of US Highway 27. Fishing.
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Point of Interest
To the west of US Highway 27, on Griffin Lake Road, is Griffin Lake.
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Point of Interest
Crossing Tab Creek.
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Y Junction: Georgia State Highway 1
NOTE: Georgia State Highway 1 branches out on Tallapoosa East Church Rd/US 27 Bus and accesses the community of Buchanan, county seat of Haralson County, Georgia. - Historic Haralson County Courthouse built in 1891, currently the site of the Buchanan-Haralson Public Library and the Haralson County Historical Society.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 120
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 120. East access to Lake Olympia, and the community of Draketown, Haralson County, Georgia. Nearby is Lake Violet on Singelton Road. To the west, accesses the community of Buchanan, county seat of Haralson County, Georgia. - Historic Haralson County Courthouse built in 1891, currently the site of the Buchanan-Haralson Public Library and the Haralson County Historical Society, and ends at an intersection with GA State Highway 100.
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Point of Interest
Lake Haralson is to the east of US Highway 27. Take Hilltop Drive, then right on Morgan Road. Fishing.
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Point of Interest
West Lake and Bremen Reservoir are located west of US Highway 27. Fishing.
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Junction: US Highway 78/Georgia State Highway 8
Junction of US Highway 27 with US Highway 78 & Georgia State Highway 8. East access to the community of Bremen, Carroll & Haralson Counties, Georgia. - Rocky Branch Railroad and Old West Ghost Town (106 Center Point Rd, Tel. 770-401-0678): amusement park; Activities: train rides, gunfight shows, tent camping, picnics, birthday parties, haunted mine/ghost town.
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Junction: US Interstate Highway 20/Georgia State Highway 402
US Highway 27 intersects US Interstate Highway 20 & Georgia State Highway 402 at this point. East access to the community of Villa Rica, Carroll and Douglas Counties, Georgia. Attractions: - Pine Mountain Gold Museum (1881 Stockmar Road, Tel. 770-459-8455) features a 50-seat theater, an authentic grist mill/water wheel, covered gold/gemstone panning area, self-guided walking trails, live farm animal exhibit, covered picnic pavilion; open Mon-Sat 10 am-4 pm. - Gold Dust Park (646 Industrial Blvd, Tel. 770-459-7011): tennis, gymnastics, children's playground, summer day camp, walking trail, aerobics, teen dances, senior citizen activities. To the east, GA State Highway 402 terminates at the Georgia-Alabama state line, while US Interstate Highway 20 crosses the border into Alabama.
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Mount Zion, GA
Community of Mount Zion, Carroll County, Georgia. Limited services. Nearby is O.V. Gray Field (or West Georgia Regional Airport) in Carrollton, GA, and John Tanner State Park (354 Tanner Beach Road, Carrollton, GA, Tel. 770-830-2222)- Amenities: 31 tent/trailer/RV campsites, lakes, 4 picnic shelters, group lodge, pioneer campground, 2 group shelters, playground, beach. Activities: camping, hiking, boating, swimming, picnicking, miniature golf.
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Point of Interest
Miller Lake and Swims Lake are west of US Highway 27 and can be reached from Smyrna Church Road.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 113
Intersection of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 113. North access to the community of Temple, Carroll & Haralson Counties, Georgia. Nearby are Easterwood Lake (Bradley Street) and Johnsons Lake (Old Bremen Road) - fishing.
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Point of Interest
Creek crossing on N Park Street.
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Park
Safari Park is east of US Highway 27. Access is on Spring Street.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 16
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 16. NOTE: Overlaps with US Highway 27 to the south. North access to the community of Mount Zion, Carroll County, Georgia. Limited services. Nearby is O.V. Gray Field (or West Georgia Regional Airport) in Carrollton, GA.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 166
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 166. West access to the community of Bowdon, Carroll County, Georgia. Called 'The Friendly City.' - Bowdon Golf Club (418 Watts Road, Tel. 770-258-3877): 18-hole, par 3, public golf course.
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Carrollton, GA

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Junction: US Highway 166/16

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Point of Interest
Walker Lake is west of US Highway 27. Access is on Alvin Drive. Fishing.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 5
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 5
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Centralhatchee, GA
Community of Centralhatchee, Heard County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 34
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 34. East access to the city of Newnan, county seat of Coweta County, Georgia. - Ashley Park: an open-air regional shopping mall, just off US Interstate Highway 85. - Newnan-Coweta County Airport: a public airport 5 miles south of Newnan's central business district. East access to the community of Franklin (now West Point), county seat of Heard County, Georgia. - Brush Creek Recreation Area on West Point Lake (1328 Brush Creek Park Rd, Franklin, GA, Tel. 706-645-3778/706-675-2267): RV/primitive campsites, baseball field, playground, boat access, basketball court, picnic sites, hiking trails; currently has four American Bald Eagles. e- East access to Chattahoochee Bend Georgia, State Park - Amenities: camping, hiking, nature trails, horseback riding, picnicking.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 100
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 100. North access to the community of community of Franklin (now West Point), county seat of Heard County, Georgia. Attractions: - Brush Creek Recreation Area on West Point Lake (1328 Brush Creek Park Rd, Franklin, GA, Tel. 706-645-3778/706-675-2267): RV/primitive campsites, baseball field, playground, boat access, basketball court, picnic sites, hiking trails; currently has four American Bald Eagles, and the community of Ephesus, Heard County, Georgia. Limited services. NOTE: At this point, this highway overlaps US Highway 27 to the south.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 100
NOTE: At this juncture, Georgia State Highway 100 ends its overlap with US Highway 27 and proceeds east to the community of Corinth, Coweta and Heard Counties, Gerogia. Limited services.
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Point of Interest
Creek crossing.
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Point of Interest
Short bridge on Martha Berry Highway over Potato Creek.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 54
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 54. East access to the community of Hogansville, Troup County, Georgia. - Holds a yearly Hummingbird Festival, featuring arts and crafts, held every third weekend of October. - Hogansville traditional Van Byars Antique Auction held every third Saturday of the year.
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Point of Interest
Carter Creek Recreation Area is to the west of US Highway 27 in Hogansville, Georgia.
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Recreation Area
Take Wares Cross Road, then right on Ramp Road to reach Crossroad Recreation Area.
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Recreation Area
Clark Recreation Area, LeGrange, GA, is east of US Highway 27. Access is from Wellington Drive.
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Point of Interest
Bridge on Martha Berry Highway/New Franklin Road.
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Point of Interest
Bridge crossing.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 219
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 219. North access to Sunny Point Recreation Area (picnic grounds/shelters, boat ramp, restrooms, drinking water. - Georgia Recreation Area, and Chattahoochee Park.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 14/US Highway 29
Junction of US Highway 27, Georgia State Highway 14 & US Highway 29. North access to Pepperell Park (on Newnan Street): baseball/sofball field, parking; and the community of Hogansville, Troup County, Georgia. - Holds a yearly Hummingbird Festival, featuring arts and crafts, held every third weekend of October. - Hogansville traditional Van Byars Antique Auction held every third Saturday of the year. NOTE: Both highways overlap US Highway 27 to the south at this point.
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Park
Granger Park is west of US Highway 27 (baseball/softball field, tennis courts, soccer field).
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Junction: US Highway 29/Gerogia State Highway 14/109
Junction of US Highway 27, US Highway 29, Georgia State Highways 14 & 29. NOTE: GA State Highway 14 separates from US Highway 27 at this point, overlaps GA State Highway 109 and US Highway 29. GA State Highway 14 ends at the community of West Point, Georgia, while US Highway 29 crosses the border into Alabama.  
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LaGrange, GA

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Junction: Georgia State Highway 219
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 219. To the south, this highway provides access to Lake Harding (or Bartlett's Ferry Lake), a reservoir on the Chattahoochee River; fishing, boat docks, fishing piers, picnic areas.
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Park
Ogletree Park (on Brown and Glenn Robinson Streets) is to the east of US Highway 27. Amenities include two tennis courts, baseball/softball field, pool, parking, trees.
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Golf Course
American Legion Golf Club(1719 Hamilton Rd, LaGrange, GA, Tel. 706-884-4379): 9-hole, par 36, regulation length public golf course.
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Junction: US Interstate Highway 85/Georgia State Highway 403
Junction of US Highway 27 with US Interstate Highway 85 & Georgia State Highway 403. North access to the community of Grantville, Coweta County, Georgia. - Newnan-Coweta County Airport, a public airport five miles south of Newnan. South access to the community of West Point, Troup County, Georgia. - West Point Lake, Amenities: 25 day-use parks, tennis courts, basketball courts, ball fields, hiking trails, fishing piers, picnic shelters, beaches; - Activities: boating, fishing, camping, picnicking, swimming, hiking.
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Junction: US Interstate Highway 185/Georgia State Highway 411
Intersection of US Highway 27, US Interstate Highway 185, and Georgia State Highway 411. To the north, US Interstate 185 & GA State Highway 411 end at an intersection with US Interstate Highway 85/GA State Highway 403. To the south, both highways head to the community of Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia. Attractions in Columbus - Wildwood Park (17th St/18th Ave/Cherokee Ave): baseball field. - Golden Park (100 4th St), a baseball-only stadium which seats 5,000, opened in 1926. - Mead Observatory (701 Front Ave). - Historic buildings include Mott House (or Fieldcrest Mills, Inc), built in 1839, on Front Ave; Bullard-Hart House, built in 1887, on 1408 3rd Ave; Springer Opera House (1871), named State Theatre of Georgia by Gov. Jimmy Carter.
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Point of Interest
Crossing Flat Shoal Creek.
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Point of Interest
Floyd Lake is west of US Highway 27.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 18
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 18. North access to the community of Greenville, Meriwether County, Georgia. Limited services. NOTE: To the south, GA State Highway 18 overlaps US Highway 27 at this juncture.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 18
NOTE: At this point, Georgia State Highway 18 ends its overlap with US Highway 27, proceeds west to the communities of Cottons Crossroads, Troup County and ends at the community of West Point, Troup County, Georgia. - West Point Lake, Amenities: 25 day-use parks, tennis courts, basketball courts, ball fields, hiking trails, fishing piers, picnic shelters, beaches; - Activities: boating, fishing, camping, picnicking, swimming, hiking.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 354
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 354. To the east, accesses Lake Delano, Franklin D. Roosevelt State Park, the turns south and ends at an intersection with GA State Highway 116, in Pine Mountain Valley, Harris County, Georgia.
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Point of Interest
Located to the west of US Highway 27 are Robin Lake (water skiing, paddleboats, canoeing, swimming, volleyball, table tennis, shuffleboard); Wren Lake, and Hummingbird Lake.
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Point of Interest
Mockingbird Lake, Whippoorwill Lake, Bobolink Lake, Mountain Creek Lake, Bluebird Lake, and Falls Creek Lake are located west of US Highway 27. Fishing.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 190
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 190. East access to Franklin D. Roosevelt State Park (2970 GA Highway 190, Pine Mountain, GA, Tel. 706-663-4858)-Amenities: 140 tent/trailer/RV campsites, Lake Delano & Lake Franklin, 14 backbountry campsites, 22 cottages, group shelter, group camps, 2 picnic shelters, playground, pioneer campground, Liberty Bell Pool; and ends at an intersection with GA State Highway 85.
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Point of Interest
Lake Lorraine is east of US Highway 27.
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Park
Mack Miller Park is west of US Highway 27.
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Hamilton, GA
Community of Hamilton, county seat of Harris County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 116
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 116. On a north-east route, accesses the community of Shiloh, Harris County, Georgia. Limited services. NOTE: GA State Highway 116 overlaps US Highway 27 to the south at this point.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 116
NOTE: At this point, Georgia State Highway 116 ends its overlap with US Highway 27, proceeds west and terminates at the intersection with US Interstate Highway 185 and GA State Highway 411.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 208
US Highway 27 intersects with Georgia State Highway 208. West access to the community of Waverly Hall, Harris County, Georgia. Known for its walking trail ("Village Green") in the center of the town. - Silver Lake (On Magnidia Drive), Long Lake (On Mountain Laurel Road), and Peeds Lakes (on Lakeshore Drive).
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 315
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 315. This highway's western terminus is at an intersection with GA State Highway 219. NOTE: At this point, GA State Highway 315 overlaps US Highway 27 for about 500 feet to the south, then takes an east-southeast route to the community of Ellerslie, Harris County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Cataula, GA
Community of Cataula, Harris County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Point of Interest
Lake Kokoloe, a reservoir in Harris County, Georgia, is located east of US Highway 27. Fishing.
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Fortson, GA
Community of Fortson, Muscogee County, Georgia. Places of interest - Historic Fortson House, 11100 Fortson Road, built in 1858. - Camp McKenzie, 11133 Whitesville Road, has been the official campsite of the Boy Scouts of America for the last 75 years.
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Point of Interest
Story Lake and Lams Lake are located south of US Highway 27.
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Junction: US Highway 80/Georgia State Highway 22
Junction of US Highway 27 with US Highway 80 & Georgia State Highway 22. East access to Muscogee County Flatrock Park (Warm Springs Rd, Columbus, GA), and the community of Upatoi, Muscogee County, Georgia. Limited services. To the south, GA State Highway 22 ends at the Georgia-Alabama state line, while US Highway 80 crosses the border into Alabama.-e West access to Standing Boy Creek, Georgia State Park. - Attractions: Swimming, boating, camping, hiking, hunting.
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Park
Britt David Park (2700 West Britt David Road, Columbus, GA, Tel. 706-53-4196). Amenities: playground, football field, Little League baseball field complex, walking trail, picnic tables, grills. Open Mon-Thurs 10:00 am-8:00 pm; Fri 10:00 am-7:00 pm; Sat-Sun 2:00 pm-6:00 pm.
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Junction: US Interstate Highway 185/Georgia State Highway 411
Junction of US Highway 27, US Interstate Highway 185 & Georgia State Highway 411. To the north, both highways terminate at an intersection with US Interstate Highway 85/GA State Highway 403. To the south, these highways end at an intersection with US Highway 280 & A State Highway 520.
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Airport
Columbus Metropolitan Airport (3250 W. Britt David Road, Tel. 706-324-2449), a public-use airport, 6 kilometers northeast of Columbus, GA.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 85
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 85. On a west-south route, accesses the neighborhood of Bibb City, Muscogee County, Georgia. North access to the community of Ellerslie, Harris County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 219
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 219
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 22
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 22. On a north-east route, to the community of Upatoi, Muscogee County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Columbus, GA
City of Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia. Attractions in Columbus - Wildwood Park (17th St/18th Ave/Cherokee Ave): baseball field. - Golden Park (100 4th St), a baseball-only stadium which seats 5,000, opened in 1926. - Mead Observatory (701 Front Ave). - Historic buildings include Mott House (or Fieldcrest Mills, Inc), built in 1839, on Front Ave; Bullard-Hart House, built in 1887, on 1408 3rd Ave; - Chattahoochee RiverWalk, 22-mile walking/biking area along the Chattahoochee River. - National Civil War Naval Museum (1002 Victory Dr., Columbus, GA, Tel. 706-327-9798) - originally established to preserve the wreckage of CSS Chattahoochee and CSS Jackson, two Confederate warships; currently home to partial reconstructions of the USS Hartford and USS Waterwitch; also has a big collection of Civil War weapons, uniforms, and artifacts of the Confederate Navy and the Union Navy.
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Junction: US Highway 280/Georgia State Highway 520
Junction of US Highway 27 with US Highway 280 & Georgia State Highway 520. West access to Golden Park (100 4th St), a baseball-only stadium which seats 5,000, opened in 1926. GA State Highway 520 ends at the Georgia-Alabama state line. US Highway 280 crosses the border into Alabama. NOTE: To the east, both highways overlap US Highway 27.
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Museum
National Civil War Naval Museum (1002 Victory Dr., Columbus, GA, Tel. 706-327-9798) - originally established to preserve the wreckage of CSS Chattahoochee and CSS Jackson, two Confederate warships; currently home to partial reconstructions of the USS Hartford and USS Waterwitch; also has a big collection of Civil War weapons, uniforms, and artifacts of the Confederate Navy and the Union Navy.
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Park
Take S Lumpkin Road to reach South Lumpkin Park.
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Junction: US Interstate 185/Georgia State Highway 411
Junction of US Highway 27 with US Interstate Highway 185 & Georgia State Highway 411. To the north, both highways head to the city of Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia. Attractions in Columbus - Wildwood Park (17th St/18th Ave/Cherokee Ave): baseball field. - Golden Park (100 4th St), a baseball-only stadium which seats 5,000, opened in 1926. - Mead Observatory (701 Front Ave). - Historic buildings include Mott House (or Fieldcrest Mills, Inc), built in 1839, on Front Ave; Bullard-Hart House, built in 1887, on 1408 3rd Ave; Springer Opera House (1871), named State Theatre of Georgia by Gov. Jimmy Carter. e- South access to Fort Benning South, GA - Fort Benning Lawson Army Airfield, GA.
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Point of Interest
Crossing Upatoi Creek.
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Point of Interest
Twilight Pond, a lake in Chattahoochee County, is west of US Highway 27. Fishing.
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Point of Interest
Kings Pond is located northeast of US Highway 27, off Hourglass Road.
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Point of Interest
Kings Pond is located northeast of US Highway 27, off Hourglass Road. Fishing.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 26
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 26. East access to the community of Buena Vista, county seat of Marion County, Georgia. - Country Vista Campground (1634 GA State Highway 41 S, Tel. 229-649-2267) - Cedar Creek Golf Country Club (2848 County Road 141, Tel. 229-649-3381): 9-hole, par 36, public golf course.
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Junction: US Highway 280/Georgia State Highway 520
Junction of US Highway 27, US Highway 280 & Georgia State Highway 520. NOTE: At this point, both highways separate from US Highway 27 and heads south to the community of Richland, Stewart County, Georgia. - Richland Historic District on Ponder, Harmony, Broad and Olemen, and Wali Streets.
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Louvale, GA
Community of Louvale, Stewart County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 39
US Highway 27 intersects Georgia State Highway 39 at this point. West to the community of Omaha, Stewart County, Georgia. Nearby is Florence Marina State Park (218 Florence Road Omaha, GA, Tel. 229-838-6870)- Amenities: 43 tent/trailer/RV sites, picnic shelter, cottages, marina, two playgrounds, nature trail, lighted fishing pier - Activities: boating, fishing, miniature golf, bird watching; open 7AM-10PM.
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Point of Interest
Hallidays Pond is to the west of US Highway 27.
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Point of Interest
Williamsons Pond is east of US Highway 27.
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Wildlife Management Area
Hannahatchee GA, Wildlife Management Area is located east of US Highway 27. Hunting, fishing.
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Georgia 39c Roadway
West access to Providence Canyon Georgia, State Park (8930 Canyon Road, Tel. 229-838-6870 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 229-838-6870 end_of_the_skype_highlighting): - Amenities: 6 back country campsites, 2 pioneer campsites, 2 picnic shelters - Activities: picnicking, photography, hiking, backpacking. West to Florance Marina Georgia State Park. Amenities: 43 Tent, Trailer, RV Campsites, cable TV, sewage hookups, picnic area, fishing pier, cottage rentals, playgrounds, hiking trails.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 27
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 27. East access to the community of Lumpkin, county seat of Stewart County, Georgia. - Pigtail Alley Historic District on Old Chestnut Road. - Westville Village (Martin Luther King Junior Drive, Tel: 229-838-6310 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting229-838-6310end_of_the_skype_highlighting): history museum. West to the community of Georgetown, Quitman County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Point of Interest
Hodchodkee Pond is west of US Highway 27. Fishing.
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Junction : Georgia State Highway 216
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 216. South access to the community of Cuthbert, county seat of Randolph County, Georgia. - Randolph Country Club (175 North St, Tel 229-732-2351): 9-hole, par 36, private golf course. - Maddox Lake and Grinols Lake are nearby. - Cuthbert-Randolph Airport, a public-use airport in Randolph County. Access if on Airport Road, off US Highway 27.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 50/US Highway 82
Junction of US Highway 27 with Georgia State Highway 50 & US Highway 82. East access to the community of Shellman, Randolph County, Georgia. Limited services. West access to the community of Cuthbert, county seat of Randolph County, Georgia. - Randolph Country Club (175 North St, Tel 229-732-2351): 9-hole, par 36, private golf course. - Maddox Lake and Grinds Lake are nearby. - Cuthbert-Randolph Airport, a public-use airport in Randolph County. Access if on Airport Road, off US Highway 27.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 216
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 216. South access to the community of Edison, Calhoun County, Georgia. Limited services. NOTE: GA State Highway 216 overlaps US Highway 27 for about 500 meters at this point then turns north on Edison Highway to the community of Cuthbert, county seat of Randolph County, Georgia. - Randolph Country Club (175 North St, Tel 229-732-2351): 9-hole, par 36, private golf course. - Maddox Lake and Grinols Lake are nearby. - Cuthbert-Randolph Airport, a public-use airport in Randolph County. Access if on Airport Road, off US Highway 27.
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Point of Interest
Coffin Lake is southeast of US Highway 27.
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Airport
Cuthbert-Randolph Airport, a public-use airport in Randolph County. Access is on Airport Road, off US Highway 27.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 37
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 37
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Bluffton, GA
Community of Bluffton, Clay County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Places of Interest
Flea Hop Road, off US Highway 27, accesses Hodges Lake. Turn left on 2nd Kolomoki Road leads to the Kolomoki Mounds Historic Park: archaelogical site/scenic recreation area; composed of a temple mound, burial mounds, and ceremonial mounds from the Woodland Periods. - Amenities: Indian Museum/Gift Shop, 24 tent/trailer/RV campsites, 7 picnic shelters, 2 group shelters, 2 lakes, group camp, 2 pioneer campgrounds, amphitheater, swimming pool. - Activities: hiking, camping, fishing, boating, picnicking, miniature golf.
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Historic Park

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Junction
Georgia State Highway 1 branches off US Highway 27 on N Main Street, accesses Lake Louse and Lake Myrtle on a south routing, intersects Georgia State Highway 62, overlaps GA State Highway 39, and goes to the community of Blakely, Early County, Georgia. Places of interest - Early County Museum (226 North Main St, Tel. 229-724-7222): Early County history exhibits, gift shop. - Alex Howell Baseball Park, a baseball field on E Liberty Street.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 62
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 62. North access to Early County Airport, and the community of Arlington, Calhoun & Early Counties, Georgia. Limited services. On a west-south-west route, this highway becomes AL State Highway 52 when it crosses the Georgia-Alabama border.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 200
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 200. West access to the community of Damascus, Early County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Y Junction
NOTE: Georgia State Highway 1 separates from Martha Berry Highway and turns north on S Main Street to the community of Blakely, Early County, Georgia. Places of interest - Early County Museum (226 North Main St, Tel. 229-724-7222): Early County history exhibits, gift shop. - Kolomoki Mounds Historic Park (205 Indian Mounds Rd., Tel. 229-724-2150)- oldest and largest Woodland Indian site occupied by American Indians dating back from 350-750 A.D.; comprised of a 57-ft high temple mound, burial mounds, and ceremonial mounds. Amenities: 24 tent/RV/trailer campsites, 7 picnic shelters, 2 group shelters, miniature golf, Indian museum, lakes, boat ramp - Activities: fishing, hiking, swimming, boating, camping, picnicking.
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Point of Interest
Maddox Lake is to the west of US Highway 27. Fishing.
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Point of Interest
Miller County Wildlife Management Area is on Griggs Lucille Road, to the west of US Highway 27.
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Junction: Georgia State Highways 45/91
Junction of US Highway 27 and Georgia State Highways 45 & 91. To the west, both highways overlap for about 1000 feet to the south, then GA State Highway 45 turns south on Twilight Church Road to the community of Iron City, Seminole County, Georgia. GA State Highway 91 also goes south to the community of Donalsonville, county seat of Seminole County, Georgia. - Holds the annual Harvest Festival in October in support of the local agricultural industry. - Donalson Country Club (6093 GA Highway 39, Tel. 229-524-2955): 18-hole golf course. - Olive Theatre (203 S Woolfork Ave, Tel. 229-524-8209) was a movie theatre before 1941; currently the site of live performances. NOTE: TO the east, both highways overlap US Highway 27.
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Junction: Georgia State Highways 45/310
Junction of US Highway 27 with Georgia State Highways 45 & 310. NOTE: GA State Highway 45 ends its overlap with US Highway 27 at this juncture. To the north, this highway goes to the community of Damascus, Early County, Georgia. Limited services. To the south, GA State Highway 310 goes to the community of Brinson, Decatur County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Colquitt, GA
Community of Colquitt, county seat of Miller County, Georgia. - Spring Creek Park (158 West Street, Tel. 229-758-6213): 7 full hookup sites, 3 pull-thru sites, no restrooms, no showers.
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Boykin, GA
Community of Boykin, Miller County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Eldorendo, GA
Community of Eldorendo, Decatur County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Airport
Decatur County Industrial Air Park (615 6th Ramp, Bainbridge, GA, Tel. 229-248-2103), a public-use airport 11 kilometers northwest of Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia.
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Junction: US Highway 84/Georgia State Highways 38/253
US Highway 27 intersects with US Highway 84 & Georgia State Highways 38 & 253 at this point. GA State Highway 253 heads north to an intersection with GA State Highway 91. US Highway 84/GA State Highway 38 proceed west to the community of Brinson, Decatur County, Georgia. Limited services. NOTE: To the south, all three highways overlap US Highway 27.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 253
NOTE: Georgia State Highway 253 disengages from US Highway 27 on Spring Creek Road and on a westerly route provides access to Reynoldsville State Park (Murkerson Street), - Seminole State Park (7870 State Park Dr, Donalsonville, GA, Tel. 229-861-3137) - Amenities: 50 tent/trailer/RV campsites, treehouse camping, 5 picnic shelters, 2 group shelters, 14 cottages, beach/lake, gift shop, playground - Activities: swimming, boating, water skiing, hiking, fishing, swimming, geocaching, miniature golf. GA State Highway 253 ends near the Georgia-Alabama state line.
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State Park
Bainbridge State Park, on Butler Ferry Road, is located to the east of US Highway 27.
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Point of Interest
Bridge crossing on Martha Berry Highway.
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Junction
NOTE: At this point, US Highways 27/84 & Georgia State Highway 38 branch out and take on a south-east-north route to Thomasville Road, and head to the community of Climax, Decatur County, Georgia.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 309
Junction of US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 309. To the south, this highway terminates at the Georgia-Florida border, after its intersection with GA State Highway 241. NOTE: To the east, GA State Highway 309 overlaps US Highway 27 for about 1 kilometer, then turns on a northeast route to an intersection with GA State Highway 262, where this highway terminates.
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Bainbridge, GA

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Junction: US Highway 84/Georgia State Highway 38
NOTE: At this juncture, US Highway 84 & Georgia State Highway 38 separate from US Highway 27. Proceed east to the community of Climax, Decatur County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Park
College Street Park can be accessed off US Highway 27 on E College Street.
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Junction: US Highway 84/GA State Highway 38
Junction of US Highway 27 with US Highway 84 & Georgia State Highway 38. East access to the community of Climax, Decatur County, Georgia. Limited services. Northwest access to the community of Brinson, Decatur County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Point of Interest
Off US Highway 27, Lake Douglas can be reached from Douglas Drive. Fishing.
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Point of Interest
Davis Lake is located east of US Highway 27. Fishing.
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Attapulgus, GA
Community of Attapulgus, Decatur County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Point of Interest
Off US Highway 27, take Loblolly Road, then right on Swamp Creek Road to reach Lake Dubarco.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 262
US Highway 27 & Georgia State Highway 262 intersect at this point. To the north, GA State Highway 262 accesses the community of Climax, Decatur County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Point of Interest
Sugar Plum Lake is located to the east of US Highway 27. Fishing.
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Georgia-Florida State Line
US Highway 27 crosses the border Georgia-Florida state line and proceeds to the community of Hinson, Gadsen County, Florida. Start/Finish of Free Road Map R V Highway Guide - LD11e