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Georgia-Alabama State Line
From Alabama, US Highway 29 crosses the Georgia-Alabama border and enters Georgia in the community of West Point, Troup County, Georgia. Runs concurrently with GA State Highway 14 at this point.
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Chattahoochee River, Georgia.
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West Point, GA
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 18
Junction of US Highway 29 & Georgia State Highway 18
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Junction: Webb Road
Webb Road links US Highway 29 with US Interstate Highway 85/GA State Highway 403 to the east.
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Park
R. Shaefer Heard Park (101 Shaefer Heard Park Rd., West Point, GA, Tel. 706-645-2404) - Amenities: 117 campsites with electric/water hookups, boat ramp, hiking trail, tennis court, playground, restroom. - Activities: camping, boating, fishing, hiking, swimming, surfing, skiing.
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Point of Interest
To the west of US Highway 29 are Earl Cook Day Use Park (1464 Lower Glass Bridge Road, LaGrange, GA, Tel. 706-885-0314 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting706-885-0314end_of_the_skype_highlighting): softball field, playground, tennis court, basketball court, picnic shelters, picnic area, beach, boat ramp, outdoor shower, parking, restrooms; - Maple Creek Park and Potts Road Recreation Area (on Kimbrough Road). -e West access to Long Game Georgia Recreation Area - Maple Creek Park, Georgia - Potts Road Recreation Area, Georgia - Bird Creek Access Area, Georgia.
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Point of Interest
To the west of US Highway 29 are Darden Lake and Grace Lake (Troup County). Fishing. -e West access to Glass Bridge Access Area, Georgia, via Upper Glass Bridge Rd.
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Teaver Road
-e West access to Pyne Road Park, Georgia. Amenities - 24 sites for tent and RV campers. Park - Amenities boat ramp, nature trails, dump station and flush toilets, fishing, water skiing.
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Junction: Fling Road
NOTE: To the north, Fling Road links US Highway 29 to GA State Highway 109.
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Airport
LaGrange-Callaway Airport, a public-use airport 3 miles southwest of LaGrance, Troup County, Georgia. Access off US Highway 29 is on W Lukken Industrial Drive, then right on Airport Parkway.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 109
Junction of US Highway 29 & Georgia State Highway 109. NOTE: To the east, this highway overlaps US Highway 29 at this point. West access to McGee Bridge Recreation Area (day use): Amenties - picnic grounds, picnic shelters, fishing pier, walking trail (handicap accessible), boat ramp. - Pyne Road Park (4481 Roanoke Road, LaGrange, GA, Tel.706-884-1414): Amenities - public campground w/ 24 tent/RV sites, nature trails, restrooms, boat ramp. Activities - camping, water skiing, fishing.
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Park/Stadium
Forrest Avenue, off US Highway 29, accesses Callaway Stadium (801 Dallis St, Lagrange, GA, Tel. 706-883-1689), a 5,200-seat football/soccer stadium built around 1958, and Callaway Park.
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Point of Interest
N Greenwood Street, off US Highway 29, accesses Granger Park (Azalea Drive/Granger Drive): baseball/softball fields, football field, tennis courts, trees, parking; and connects with GA State Highway 19 to the north.
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Junction: US HIghway 27/Georgia State Highways 109/219/1
Intersection of US Highway 29 with US State Highway 27 & Georgia State Highways 109/219/1. NOTE: At this point, GA State Highway 109 separates from US Highway 29. GA State Highways 219/1 & US Highway 27 overlap briefly on Morgan Street. US Highway 27/GA State Highway 1 turn on Hamilton Rd and proceed on a south-east-south route. GA State Highway 219 goes south, provides access to Lake Harding, Goat Rock Lake (fishing), and Standing Boy Creek State Park: camping, hunting, hiking, swimming, boating. 
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LaGrange, GA

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Junction: US Highway 27/Georgia State Highway 1
NOTE: US Highway 27 & GA State Highway 1 separate from US Highway 29, proceed north, and provides access to the Clark Recreation Area (on Wellington Drive), Ringer Access (on Ringer Access Road), and Carter Creek Recreational Area.
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Park
Pepperell Park: baseball/softball field, trees, parking.
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Junction: Willowood Road
NOTE: Willowood Road connects US Highway 29 to US Interstate Highway 85/GA State Highway 403 to the east.
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Point of Interest
Callaway Lake is to the west of US Highway 29.
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Hogansville, GA
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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Junction: Georgia State Highways 54/100
Junction of US Highway 29 with Georgia State Highways 54/100. To the east, both highways overlap each other on Lone Oak Road and intersect US Interstate Highway 85/GA State Highway 403. GA State Highway 54 splits from GA State Highway 100 on Luthersville Road and proceeds to the community of Lone Oak, Meriwether County, Georgia. Limited services. To the east, GA State Highway 54 ends at an intersection with US Highway 27 & GA State Highway 1. NOTE: To the north, GA State Highway 100 overlaps US Highway 29. -e West access to Carter Creek Recreation Area, Georgia.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 100
NOTE: GA State Highway 100 ends its overlap with US Highway 29 and heads northwest to the community of Corinth, Coweta and Heard Counties, Georgia. Limited services.
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Point of Interest
Hilly Lake and Brewer Lake (Coweta County) are to the northwest of US Highway 29. Fishing.
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Grantville, GA
Community of Grantville, Coweta County, Georgia. - Newnan-Coweta County Airport, a public airport five miles south of Newnan.
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Junction: US Interstate Highway 85/Georgia State Highway 403
Junction of US Highway 29 with US Interstate Highway 85 & Georgia State Highway 403. North access to the community of East Newnan, Coweta County, Georgia. Limited services. South access to the community of Lone Oak, Meriwether County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: Bexley Road/Donald Lamb Road
NOTE: Bexley Road/Donald Lamb Road connect US Highway 29 to US Highway 27/GA State Highway 41 to the east.
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Point of Interest
To the east of US Highway 29 are McCollums Pond and Capes Lake (both in Coweta County, GA). Fishing.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 41/US Highway 27
Junction of US Highway 29, Georgia State Highway 41 & US Highway 27. South access to the community of Luthersville, Meriwether County, Georgia. Limited services. NOTE: US Highway 27 overlaps US Highway 29 to the north at this point.
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Moreland, GA
Community of Moreland, Coweta County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Airport
Newnan-Coweta County Airport, a public-use airport five miles south of Newnan. Access from US Highway 29 is on Airport Road/Airport Way.
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Junction: US Interstate Highway 85/Georgia State Highway 403
Junction of US Highway 29 with US Interstate Highway 85 & Georgia State Highway 403. South access to the community of Grantville, Coweta County, Georgia. - Newnan-Coweta County Airport, a public airport five miles south of Newnan. North access to East Newnan, Coweta County, Georgia.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 16
US Highway 29 and Georgia State Highway 16 meet at this juncture. NOTE: Overlaps US Highway 29 to the north at this point. East access to the community of Raymond, Coweta County, Georgia. Lake Raymond (Coweta County) is nearby. Fishing.
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Point of Interest
Pearl Lake (Coweta County) is located east of US Highway 29. Fishing.
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Point of Interest
To the west of US Highway 29 lie Newnan Waterworks Lake, Newnan Reservoirs No. 1 and 5, and Newnan Water and Light Lake No. 4 and 6 (Coweta County). Fishing.
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Newnan, GA
Community of Newnan, county seat of Coweta County, Georgia. - Ashley Park: an open-air regional shopping mall, just off US Interestate Highway 85. - Newnan-Coweta County Airport: a public airport 5 miles south of Newnan's central business district. - African American Heritage Museum (92 Farmer Street, Tel 770-683-7055), preserves the African-American History of Coweta County.
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Junction: Georgia State Highways 16/34/US Highway 27
NOTE: At this point US Highway 27 disengages from US Highway 29 and overlaps GA State Highways 16/34 to the northwest. GA State Highway 34 turns left on Franklin Road. To the east, GA State Highway 34 ends at its intersection with GA State Highway 54. West access to Chattahoochee Bend Georgia State Park: camping, hiking, nature trails, horseback riding.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 70
Intersection of US Highway 29 & Georgia State Highway 70. Goes north and provides access to the community of Chattahoochee Hills, Fulton County, Georgia. Parks include Rico Park, on the west side of Rico Road: trails, primitive camping, a playground, and pavilion; Cochran Mill Park (west side of Cochran Mill Rd): primitive camping, hiking/jogging/horse trails, picnic shelter, playground, wildlife habitat; and Hutcheson Ferry Park ( south side of Hutcheson Ferry Rd): picnic tables, picnic shelter, grills, walking trail. NOTE: TO BE OPENED TO THE PUBLIC IN THE SPRING OF 2011.
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Point of Interest
Off US Highway 29, Millard Farmer Industrial Blvd accesses the Platinum Point Historic District.
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Point of Interest
Lake Hill Estates Lake (Coweta County) is located east of US Highway 29 and can be accessed from Magnolia Drive. Fishing.
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Point of Interest
Lake Camlon & Lake Amlajack can located east of US Highway 29, while Lake Coweta is to the west. Fishing.
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Point of Interest
Nelms Lake and Cates Lake (both in Coweta County) are located west of US Highway 29. Access is from Joe Ben Lee Road. Fishing.
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Point of Interest
To the west of US Highway 29 is Norris Lake (Coweta County). Fishing.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 154
Junction of US Highway 29 & Georgia State Highway 154. Heads south, intersects US Interstate Highway 85/GA State Highway 403, and accesses the community of Sharpsburg, Coweta County, Georgia. Limited services. NOTE: Overlaps US Highway 29 to the north at this point.
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Junction: Weldon Road
Weldon Road connects US Highway 29 to US Interstate Highway 85/GA State Highway 403 to the east.
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Palmetto, GA
Community of Palmetto, Fulton County, Georgia. Nearby attractions - Wilkerson Mill-Farris Park (8095 Wilkerson Mill Rd., Palmetto, GA, Tel. 770-306-3010) can be accessed from Wilkerson Road, west of US Highway 29. Facilities: baseball field complex, picnic area. Activities: baseball, softball, football, walking, running, jogging. Open Sun-Sat 6:00 am -11:00 pm.- Cochran Mill Park (west side of Cochran Mill Rd): primitive camping, hiking/jogging/horse trails, picnic shelter, playground, wildlife habitat.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 154
NOTE: At this junction, GA State Highway 154 ends its overlap with US Highway 29. North access to the community of Campbellton, Fulton County, Georgia. Nearby are Lake Eleanor and Boundary Waters Park/Sports Complex (Douglasville, GA, Tel. 770-489-2175 ext.5059): hiking/running/biking trails, picnic/playground areas, multi-use equestrian, baseball/softball complex, Aquatic Center.
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Park
Wilkerson Mill-Farris Park (8095 Wilkerson Mill Rd., Palmetto, GA, Tel. 770-306-3010) can be accessed from Wilkerson Road, west of US Highway 29. Facilities: baseball field complex, picnic area. Activities: baseball, softball, football, walking, running, jogging. Open Sun-Sat 6:00 am -11:00 pm.
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Point of Interest
Eubanks Lake and Durhams Lake are located west of US Highway 29, while Henderson's Lake and City Lake are to the east (Coweta County). Fishing.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 74
US Highway 29 & Georgia State Highway 74 meet at this point. South access to the community of Tyrone, Fayette County, Georgia. Nearby are Farrs Lake (Fayette County) - fishing; and Shamrock Park (on Senoia Road).
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 92
Junction of US Highway 29 and Georgia State Highway 92. To the south, this highway intersects US Interstate Highway 85/GA 
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Fairburn, GA
Community of Fairburn, Fulton County, Georgia. Area attractions: - Georgia Renaissance Festival (6905 Virlyn B. Smith Rd, Tel. 770-964-8575): 16th-century European Country Faire recreation. - Cedar Grove Park (7375 Rivertown Road, Tel. 404-730-6200): basketball court, baseball field complex, tennis court, picnic tables.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 138
US Highway 29 and Georgia State Highway 38 intersect at this point. East access to the community of Mountain View, Clayton County, Georgia. Limited services. To the west, GA State Highway 138 ends at an intersection with GA State Highway 92.
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Union City, GA
Community of Union City, Fulton County, Georgia. - Ronald Bridges Park (on Alexander Avenue): baseball/football field, playground, pavilion, picnic area. - Dixie Lakes is nearby.
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Park
Ronald Bridges Park can be accessed from Alexander Avenue, off US Highway 29. Amenities include baseball/football field, playground, pavilion, picnic area.
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Point of Interest
Valley Lakes (Fulton County) is to the west of US Highway 29. Access is from Highpoint Road. Fishing.
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Point of Interest
Lake Frances (Fulton County) is northeast of US Highway 29. Fishing.
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Point of Interest
To the east of US Highway 29 is Morning Creek Lake (Fulton County). Fishing.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 14
NOTE: GA State Highway 14 branches off to the east at this point and ends at the intersection of US Interstate Highway 285.
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Junction: US Interstate Highway 285
Junction of US Highway 29 & US Interstate Highway 285. North to the community of Vinings, Cobb County, Georgia. - Vinings Historical Preservation Society (3010 Paces Mill Rd SE, Tel. 770 432 3343): preserves historic structures in Vinings. East access to the community of Mountain View, Clayton County, Georgia (limited services); and the community of Forest Park, Clayton County, Georgia. - Forest City Park (on Park Avenue): Facilities - baseball/softball courts, sand volleyball court, tennis court, picnic pavilions, walking/jogging track, miniature golf course, outdoor swimming pool, playground.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 279
Junction of US Highway 29 & Georgia State Highway 279. This highway intersects US Interstate Highway 85/GA State Highway 403 and proceeds on a south-east route to end at an intersection with GA State Highway 85.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 139
Junction of US Highway 29 & Georgia State Highway 139. To the north, GA State Highway 139 intersects GA State Highway 6, turns right to overlap GA State Highway 6 to the east, turns north to overlap US Highway 29/GA State Highway 14. To the east, this highway overlaps US Interstate Highway 85/GA State Highway 403, turns south to intersect US Interstate Highway 285, and heads to the city of Riverdale, Clayton County, Georgia. City parks include - Travon D. Wilson Memorial Park (Church St), Church Park (7508 Church St): walking trail, picnic area, playground equipment, pavilion, athletic fields; Banks Park (6690 Church St): has a sitting area honoring local veterans.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 6
US Highway 29 & Georgia State Highway 6 meet at this juncture. To the east, this highway ends at an intersection with US Interstate Highway 85/GA State Highway 403. To the west, GA State Highway 6 provides access to Gordon Morris Memorial Golf Course (3711 Fairway Dr College Park, GA, Tel: 404-761-0731): 9-hole golf course; intersects US Interstate Highway 285, heads north to intersect US Interstate Highway 20; and goes to the community of Lithia Springs, Douglas County, Georgia, to the northeast. Known for the historic Lithia Springs Mineral Water. Areas of interest: - Sweetwater Creek State Park (1750 Mt. Vernon Rd, Tel. 770-732-5871): Facilities: Visitor Center/Gift Shop, lake, 11 picnic shelters, meeting room, 2 fishing docks, playgrounds, group shelter. Activities: fishing, hiking, picnicking, canoeing, geocaching.
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College Park, GA
City of College Park, Fulton County, Georgia. Parks include - Barrett Park (Rugby Ave/Walker Ave): tennis courts, walking trail. - South Park (S Howard Dr/Cambridge Ave): soccer field, tennis courts, baseball/softball fields, soccer field, oval running track. - Brenningham Park (Redwine Ave): baseball/softball field, trees, parking. - Peter Pan Park (Temple Ave): baseball/softball fields, tennis courts, parking.
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Park
To the west of US Highway 29, on Rugby Ave & Walker Ave, is Barrett Park (W Rugby Ave. and Walker Ave., College Park, GA, Tel. 770-669-3767): playground, walking trail, tennis courts, picnic shelters.
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Bypass
NOTE: At this point, US Highway 29 and GA State Highways 14/139 veer to the left on E Point St and Church Street, and rejoin the main route on at the intersection with Norman Berry Drive/Norman Berry Avenue.
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East Point, GA
City of East Point, Fulton County, Georgia. Places of interest: - Sykes Park (Dodson Drive): 6 tennis courts, 1 basketball court, 2 playgrounds, 6 picnic shelters. - Sumner Park (Lexington & Neely Avenues): 3 basketball court, 1 tennis court, 1 playground, 1 picnic shelter. - Brookdale Park (900 Parkside Terrace): 1 basketball court, 1 playground, 2 tennis courts, 1 picnic shelter.
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Parks
Norman Berry Drive/Norman Berry Avenue, west of US Highway 29, accesses Spring Street Park. Farther ahead is Sumner Park on Headland Drive.
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Junction: Georgia State Highways 154/166
Junction of US Highway 29 & Georgia State Highways 154/166 (Langford Parkway/Lakewood Freeway). To the west, GA State Highways 154/166 intersect US Interstate Highway 285, after which both highways proceed on an west-south route passing Boundary Waters Park/Sports Complex (Douglasville, GA, Tel. 770-489-2175 ext.5059): hiking/running/biking trails, picnic/playground areas, multi-use equestrian, baseball/softball complex, Aquatic Center. To the east, GA State Highway 166 intersects GA State Highway 3 and US Interstate Highways 75/85/GA State Highways 401/403. NOTE: To the north GA State Highway 154 merges with US Highway 29 at this point.
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Point of Interest
Located to the west of US Highway 29 is Fort McPherson, a U.S. Army base in East Point, GA. Founded in 1885 by the U.S. Army.
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Parks

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Junction: Georgia State H ighway 139
NOTE: At this junction, GA State Highway 139 disengages from US Highway 29 and takes a north-east route, provides access to the neighborhoods of West End, Atlanta, GA. - Historic Joel Chandler Harris House or the Wren's Nest)(1050 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd, SW Atlanta, GA, Tel. 404-753-7735; and the neighborhood of Adamsville, Atlanta, GA. - Adamsville Natatorium and Gymnasium: 50-meter indoor swimming pool, walking trail, racquetball courts, office, parking lot.
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Junction: US Interstate Highway 20/Georgia State Highway 402
Junction of US Highway 29 with US Interstate Highway 20 & Georgia State Highway 402. To the east, these highways accesses Rawson-Washington Park (198 Georgia Ave SE): baseball/softball field, tennis court, basketball courts; Grants Park (on Sydney Street): basketball courts, tennis courts, baseball/softball field, trees; and the community of East Atlanta, Georgia. Holds the annual one-day East Atlanta Beer Festival held the last weekend of May. Local charities are the recipients of the festival proceeds.
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Junction: US Highways 19/41/Georgia State Highway 3
Junction of US Highway 29 with US Highways 19/41 & Georgia State Highway 3. South access to the community of Hapeville, Fulton County, Georgia. Attractions: - Hapeville Depot Museum (620 South Central Ave, Tel. 404-669-2175) - Hapeville City Park on Claire Drive: baseball fields - Washington Community Park on S Central Ave. NOTE: To the north, GA State Highway 3 & US Highways 19/41 join US Highway 29.
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Junction: Georgia State Highways 14/154
NOTE: At this junction, GA State Highways 14 & 154 separate from US Highway 29 and accesses the city of Atlanta, capital and most populated city in Georgia. Attractions - World of Coca-Cola: features the history of the Coca-Cola company (121 Baker St. NW, Tel. 404-676-5151), hours of operation are subject to change. - Georgia Aquarium: world's largest aquarium with over 500 species of animals (l225 Baker St, Tel. 404-581-4000), regular hours of operation: Sun-Fri 10 a.m..-5 pm., Sat-9 a.m.-6 p.m. - Centennial Olympic Park: built to host the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games; provides family entertainment and live music featuring local bands, dancing water show with lights and sound effects.(265 Park Ave West NW, Tel. 404-223-7275).
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Park
Cleopas R. Johnson Park (on Larkin St SW): tennis courts, basketball court, playground, trees, parking.
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Atlanta, GA
City of Atlanta, capital and most populated city in Georgia. Attractions - World of Coca-Cola: features the history of the Coca-Cola company (121 Baker St. NW, Tel. 404-676-5151), hours of operation are subject to change. - Georgia Aquarium: world's largest aquarium with over 500 species of animals (l225 Baker St, Tel. 404-581-4000), regular hours of operation: Sun-Fri 10 a.m..-5 pm., Sat-9 a.m.-6 p.m. - Centennial Olympic Park: built to host the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games; provides family entertainment and live music featuring local bands, dancing water show with lights and sound effects.(265 Park Ave West NW, Tel. 404-223-7275).
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Stadium
Georgia Dome (One Georgia Dome Drive, Atlanta, GA, Tel. 404-223-4636). Hosts basketball, football, wrestling, soccer games, and concerts. Permanent seating capacity: 71,250.
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Park
Centennial Olympic Park (265 Luckie Street NW Atlanta, GA, Tel. 404-223-4412). Originally constructed for the Centennial 1996 Summer Olympics as a central gathering place for both athletes and visitors. Has an interactive fountain called the Fountain of Rings featuring computer-controlled lights and jets of water which are synchronized to music. Has 251 jets shooting 12-35 feet in the air. Open daily 7:00 am - 11:00 pm.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 3/US Highways 19/41
NOTE: At this point, GA State Highway 3 & US Highway 41 separate from US Highway 29. To the north, US Highway 19 turns east on 14th St NW while US Highway 41 & GA State Highway 3 intersect US Interstate Highway 75/GA State Highway 401, and provides access to Tanyard Creek Urban Forest, Ardmore Park (Peachtree Battle Trail), Tanyard Creek Park (location of major fighting in the Battle of Peachtree Creek in July 1864), Springlake & Norfleet Park, Spring Valley Park, and Channing Valley Park.
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Junction: US Interstate Highway 75/Georgia State Highways 401/403
Junction of US Highway 29 with US Interstate Highway 75 & Georgia State Highways 401/403. These three highways, on both north and south, traverse the City of Atlanta, capital and most populated city in Georgia. Attractions - World of Coca-Cola: features the history of the Coca-Cola company (121 Baker St. NW, Tel. 404-676-5151), hours of operation are subject to change. - Georgia Aquarium: world's largest aquarium with over 500 species of animals (l225 Baker St, Tel. 404-581-4000), regular hours of operation: Sun-Fri 10 a.m..-5 pm., Sat-9 a.m.-6 p.m. - Centennial Olympic Park: built to host the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games; provides family entertainment and live music featuring local bands, dancing water show with lights and sound effects.(265 Park Ave West NW, Tel. 404-223-7275).
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Parks
Renaissance Park (501 Piedmont Ave NE, Atlanta, GA, Tel. 404-817-6744): trees; and Central Park (Central Park Place NE/Linden Ave NE): baseball/softball field, tennis courts, basketball courts, trees.
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Park

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Historic Area
Midtown Historic District, Atlanta, GA. Rough boundaries: 10th Street, Ponce de Leon Avenue, Piedmont Avenue, and Lakeview Avenue. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1999.
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Museum
Jimmy Carter Library & Museum (441 Freedom Parkway, Atlanta, GA, Tel. 404-865-7100): home to U.S. President Jimmy Carter's papers and other material about the Carter administration and the life of the Carter family; has a full-scale replica of the Oval Office and a copy of the Resolute Desk. Open Monday-Saturday, 9:00 am - 4:45 pm; Sunday, 1200 pm - 4:45 pm.
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Junction: US Highway 23/Georgia State Highway 42
Junction of US Highway 29, US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 42. South intersection with US Interstate Highway 20/Georgia State Highway 402. Provides access to the neighborhood of East Atlanta, GA. North access to the district of Little Five Points, Atlanta, GA.
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Park
S Ponce De Leon Ave NE accesses Shady Side Park, a wooded section of the Olmsted Linear Park; mainly pastoral; has a waterfall, pool, and a bridge.
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Parks/Golf Course
To the north of US Highway 29, on Clifton Road, is the Druid Hills Golf Club (740 Clifton Road NE, Tel. 404-377-1768 ): 18-hole, par 72, private golf course; plays host to the Dogwood International men's amateur golf tournament; amenities include tennis courts, swimming pool, fitness center, dining areas.. To the south is Dellwood Park, a segment of the Olmsted Linear Park.
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Park
Olmsted Linear Park is located north of US Highway 29 on N Ponce De Leon Ave NE. This park is a 6-segment park consisting of Springdale, Virgilee, Oak Grove, Shadyside, Dellwood, and Deepdene.
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Museum
Fernbank Science Center (156 Heaton Park Drive, NE Atlanta, GA.; a museum, classroom and woodland complex. Has many instructional materials such as dinosaur skeletons, tektite collection, rocks/minerals, electron microscope lab, authentic Apollo spacecraft, a planetarium, observatory, botanical collections. Accesses the Fernback Forest & Recreational Center.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 155/US Highway 23
Intersection of US Highway 29 & Georgia State Highway 155 & US Highway 23. NOTE: At this point, US Highway 23 ends its overlap with US Highway 29. 
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Park
Glenlake Park (1211 Church Street, Decatur, GA, Tel. 404-377-7231)- Amenities: 5 lighted tennis courts, 2 sports field, small tennis center, basketball court, picnic pavilion/tables, grills, children's play equipment.
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Junction: N Decatur Road
NOTE: N Decatur Road connects US Highway 29 to US Highway 23/GA State Highway 155 to the west.
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Junction: US Interstate Highway 285
Junction of US Highway 29 & US Interstate Highway 285
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Tucker, GA
Community of Tucker, DeKalb County, Georgia. Parks in Tucker are - Kelly C. Cofer Park (4259 North Park Drive, Tel. 404-371-2631): playground, swimming pool, softball field, picnic area, nature trails. - Tucker Recreation Center (4898 La Vista Rd., Tel. 770-270-6226): recreation center, playground, multi-use court, picnic area. - Henderson Park (2803 Henderson Rd): playground, tennis courts, soccer field, picnic area, nature trails. - Peters Park (1852 Clark Drive): basketball court, multi-use field/court, playground, picnic area, basketball court.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 236
Intersection of US Highway 29 & Georgia State Highway 236. NOTE: To the north, brief overlap with US Highway 29. East access to the community of Smoke Rise, DeKalb County, Georgia. Nearby is Stone Mountain Park (6867 Memorial Dr, Stone Mountain, GA, Tel. 770-498-5600): theme park featuring indoor/outdoor family activities such as fishing, picnicking, swimming, golfing, camping.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 236
NOTE: GA State Highway 236 ends its overlap with US Highway 29 at this point. West access to the community of Tucker, DeKalb County, Georgia. Parks in Tucker are - Kelly C. Cofer Park (4259 North Park Drive, Tel. 404-371-2631): playground, swimming pool, softball field, picnic area, nature trails. - Tucker Recreation Center (4898 La Vista Rd., Tel. 770-270-6226): recreation center, playground, multi-use court, picnic area. - Henderson Park (2803 Henderson Rd): playground, tennis courts, soccer field, picnic area, nature trails. - Peters Park (1852 Clark Drive): basketball court, multi-use field/court, playground, picnic area, basketball court.
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Lakes/Park
Old Norcross Tucker Road (off US Highway 29) provides access to Lake Ivanhoe (on Templar Knight Drive). - Burns Lake (Gwinnett County): fishing. - Lucky Shoals Park (4651 Britt Road, Norcross, GA, Tel. 770-723-9516)- Amenities: indoor gym, volleyball courts, 2 basketball courts, badminton courts, dance studio, walking track, four multi-purpose fields, two tennis courts, softball field, multi-purpose court, multi-purpose trail, picnic area, two pavilions.
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Parks
Lions Club Park (Lions Club Drive NW): softball/baseball fields, trees, parking. Lanford Park (Rockbridge Rd SW): softball/baseball fields (lighted).
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Lilburn, GA
City of Lilburn, Gwinnett County, Georgia. Areas of interest - Lilburn City Park (76 Main Street): tennis courts, playground, rental pavilion, walking/jogging track, open field area, bandstand. Open daily from 7:00 am to 10:00 pm. - Camp Creek Greenway Trail (across from Lilburn City Park): passive park, trail loop area, boardwalks, rest areas, bridges.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 378
Junction of US Highway 29 & Georgia State Highway 378. This short highway connects US Highway 29 (eastern terminus) to US Highway 23/GA State Highway 13 to the west.
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Five Forks, GA

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Point of Interest
Johnson Lake (Gwinnett County) is west of US Highway 29. Fishing.
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Junction: Sugarloaf Parkway
NOTE: To the northwest, Sugarloaf Parkways connects US Highway 29 to GA State Highway 316. To the east, this highway connects US Highway 29 to GA State Highway 124.
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Bypass
NOTE: US Highway 29/GA State Highway 8 veer slightly to the left at this point, separate from the main route, traverses Pike Street & Benson Street before rejoining the main route.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 120
Junction of US Highway 29 & Georgia State Highway 120. On a west-north route, accesses 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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Junction: Georgia State Highway 20
US Highway 29 & Georgia State Highway 20 intersect at this point. South access to the community of Grayson, Gwinnett County, Georgia. Hosts the annual Grayson Day, which features a parade down Main Street, live music, crafts, and food vendors.
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Lawrenceville, GA

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Junction: Georgia State Highway 124
NOTE: GA State Highway 124 separates from US Highway 29 at this junction. 
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Point of Interest
Lawrenceville City Lake is located north of US Highway 29. Fishing.
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Airport
Gwinnett County Airport-Briscoe Field (600 Briscoe Blvd, Lawrenceville, GA, Tel. 770-822-5196), a public use airport, two miles northeast of Lawrenceville, GA. Access from US Highway 29 is on Hosea Road, then right on Briscoe Blvd.
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Point of Interest
Powell Lake is located southeast of US Highway 29. Access is from Sweet Gum Rd SE, right on Springlake Rd, then another right on Cool Weather Drive. Fishing.
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Junction: Cedars Road, GA
NOTE: Cedars Road links US Highway 29 with GA State Highway 316 to the north.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 316
Junction of US Highway 29 & Georgia State Highway 316 (University Parkway). To the east, GA State Highway joins US Highway 29 (which branches off at this point). To the west, this highway ends at a junction with US Interstate 85/GA State Highway 403.
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Dacula, GA

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Auburn, GA
Community of Auburn, Barrow & Gwinnett Counties, Georgia. Attractions - James Shackelford Memorial Park (476 Browns Bridge Road, Tel. 770-963-4002): camping area, 3 pavilions, walking trails. - R.H. Burel Park (4th Avenue) is best known for a bright, red caboose located on the park's west side.
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Carl, GA
Community of Carl, Barrow County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Point of Interest
Elder Lake is to the south of US Highway 29. Fishing.
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Junction: Georgia State Highways 81/211/53/11
Junction of US Highway 29 with Georgia State Highways 81, 211, 53, and 11. To the south, GA State Highway 81 heads to the community of Bold Springs, Walton County, Georgia. Limited services. NOTE: To the east, GA State Highway 53/11 overlaps US Highway. 
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 11
NOTE: At this point, GA State Highway 11 ends its overlap with US Highway 29.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 8
NOTE: GA State Highway 8 ends its overlap with US Highway 29 at this junction. East access to Barrow County Airport or previously known as Northeast Georgia Regional Airport (841 Ronald Wood Rd, Winder, GA, Tel. 770-307-3013): public-use airport, and the community of Statham, Barrow County, Georgia. Nearby are Watershed Lake and McLocklin Lake (fishing).
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Golf Course
Pine Hills Golf Course (661 Hog Mountain Road, Tel. 770-867-3150): 18-hole, par 72, regulation length, public golf course.
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Junction: Georgia State Highways 53/316
NOTE: At this point, US Highway 29 rejoins its main route. Also at this point, GA State Highway 53 separates from US Highway 29; southeast access to the community of Watkinsville, county seat of Oconee County, Georgia. Places of interest are - Historic Eagle Tavern (26 North Main Street, Tel. 706-769-5197): one of Oconee County's oldest surviving structure believed to have been constructed before 1801 or as early as 1794; served as an inn/tavern/stagecoach stop. - Elder Mill Covered Bridge (south of Watkinsville), one of the last wooden bridges that is still used as a public road. To the east, GA State Highway 316 joins US Highway 29.
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Point of Interest
Perkins Lake (Stewart County) is south of US Highway 29. Fishing.
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Point of Interest
To the south of US Highway 29 lies Watershed Lake (Barrow County). Fishing.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 211
Junction of US Highway 29 & Georgia State Highway 211. North access to the community of Statham, Barrow County, Georgia. - Park Street Recreation Area: basketball courts, lighted ball field, walking trails, concession stand, grills, restrooms, playground area.
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Junction: 8th Street
NOTE: To the north, 8th Street connects US Highway 29 to Georgia State Highway 8.
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Bogart, GA
Community of Bogart, Clark & Oconee Counties, Georgia. - Jenning Mills Country Club (1150 Chambers Ct, Tel. 706-548-1852 Ext. 3): 18-hole, par 72, regulation length, private golf course.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 10/US Highway 78
Junction of US Highway 29 with Georgia State Highway 10 & US Highway 78.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 10
Junction of US Highway 29 & Georgia State Highway 10. NOTE: To the east, this highway overlaps US Highway 29. Bypass to the north passing Ben Burton Park and Athens Country Club.
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Point of Interest
Welbrook Lake (Oconee County) is located south of US Highway 29. Fishing.
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Point of Interest
TM Tillman Lake (Oconee County) is to the south of US Highway 29. Fishing.
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Junction: US Highways 129/441/Georgia State Highway 15
Junction of US Highway 29 with US Highways 129/441 & Georgia State Highway 15. NOTE: At this point, GA State Highway 15/US Highway 129 merge with US Highway 29 to the east. To the south, all three highways overlap each other until Watkinsville Bypass where GA State Highway 15 separates and turns on Macon Highway to go to the community of Watkinsville, county seat of Oconee County, Georgia. Places of interest are - Historic Eagle Tavern (26 North Main Street, Tel. 706-769-5197): one of Oconee County's oldest surviving structure believed to have been constructed before 1801 or as early as 1794; served as an inn/tavern/stagecoach stop. - Elder Mill Covered Bridge (south of Watkinsville), one of the last wooden bridges that is still used as a public road. US Highways 129/441 proceed to the community of Bishop, Oconee County, Georgia. Limited services. Barnett Lake is nearby. Fishing.
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Point of Interest
Crossing a creek on US Highway 29.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 15
Junction of US Highway 29 & Georgia State Highway 15
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Park
Oconee Forest Park (UGA Recreational Sports Complex, College Station & E. Campous Road, Athens, GA, Tel. 706-542-1571)- Amenities: hiking trails, mountain bike trails, lake, tree trail, public restrooms, parking, mobility-impaired access, dog park.
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Place of Interest
Gabriel Natatorium (330 River Road, Room 135, Athens, GA), a swimming and diving facility located in the University of Georgia. 2,000 seating capacity.
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Point of Interest
Crossing a creek on Athens Perimeter/Monroe Highway.
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Junction: US Highway 78/Georgia State Highway 10
Junction of US Highway 29 with US Highway 78 & Georgia State Highway 10. NOTE: At this point, US Highway 78 ends its overlap with US Highway 29.
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Junction: Georgia State Highways 10/15/US Highways 441/129
Junction of US Highway 29 with Georgia State Highway 10 & US Highways 129/441. NOTE: At this point, GA State Highway 15/US Highway 441 disengages from US Highway 29, overlaps US Highways 129 & GA State Highway 10 to the west on Athens Perimeter Road. On Commerce Road, US Highway 441/GA State Highway 15 turn north to access the community of Nicholson, Jackson County, Georgia. Noted for its 'Daisy Festival.' US Highway 129/GA State Highway 10 accesses Athens Country Club (2700 Jefferson Road, Athens, GA, Tel. 706-354-7100 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting706-354-7100end_of_the_skype_highlighting begin_of_the_skype_highlighting706-354-7100end_of_the_skype_highlighting) - Amenities: clubhouse, outdoor swimming pool, playground, water slide, snack bar, 12 lighted tennis courts, 18-hole golf course. -e West access to Sandy Creek Georgia Recreation Area.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 72
Intersection of US Highway 29 & Georgia State Highway 72. East access to the community of Hull, Madison County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Point of Interest
Burke Lake (Baldwin County) is to the west of US Highway 29. Fishing.
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Point of Interest
Sandy Creek O Trail Creek Lake is west of US Highway 29. To the east is Number 16 Sandy Creek O Trail Creek (Clarke County). Fishing.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 106
US Highway 29 & Georgia State Highway 106 intersect at this point. North access to the community of Carnesville, county seat of Franklin County, Georgia. Limited services. To the southwest, Glenn Carrie Road links US Highway 29 with GA State Highway 72.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 182
Intersection of US Highway 29 & Georgia State Highway 182. To the north, this highway wends at an intersection with State Route 117.
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Point of Interest
East of US Highway 29 is Reservoir 31 (Greene County). Fishing.
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Point of Interest
Diamond Hill Neese Road to the west, connects US Highway 29 and GA State Highway 106.
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Danielsville, GA
Community of Danielsville, county seat of Madison County, Georgia. Nearby is Woods Lake - fishing.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 98
Junction of US Highway 29 & Georgia State Highway 98. On an east-south-east route, this highway intersects GA State Highway 172, where it terminates. To the west, GA State Highway 98 ends at its intersection with GA State Highway 334 in the community of Commerce, Jackson County, Georgia. - Historic home of Gov. L.G. Hardman (1555 South Elm Street), built in 1921. - Double Oaks Golf Course (3100 Ila Rd, Tel. 706-335-1855/706-335-8100): 18-hole, par 72, regulation length, public golf course.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 281
The southern terminus of GA State Highway 281 is at its intersection with US Highway 29. To the north, this highway intersects GA State Highway 191 and terminates at an intersection with GA State Highway 17.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 191
Junction of US Highway 29 & Georgia State Highway 191. This is a short highway connecting US Highway 29 with GA State Highway 98 to the south.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 174
Junction of US Highway 29 with Georgia State Highway 174. Terminates to the southwest at an intersection with GA State Highway 98 in the community of Ila, Madison County, Georgia. Limited services. NOTE: To the north, GA State Highway 174 overlaps US Highway 29.
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Hudson River.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 174
NOTE: At this point, GA State Highway 174 ends its overlap with US Highway 29. To the northwest, this highway ends at Sandy Cross Rd/Georgia 51N in the community of Sandy Cross, Franklin County, Georgia.
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Point of Interest
Crossing Broad River.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 145
Junction of US Highway 29 & Georgia State Highway 145. North access to the community of Carnesville, county seat of Franklin County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 327
Junction of US Highway 29 & Georgia State Highway 327. North access to Victoria Bryant State Park (1105 Bryant Park Road, Tel. 706-245-6270): Amenities - 27 tent/RV/trailer campsites, 8 walk-in tent sites, 2 pioneer group campgrounds, 5 picnic shelters, 3 playgrounds, swimming pool, nature center, golf course, 2 fishing ponds. - Activities: swimming, fishing, golf, bicycling, hiking, golf, picnicking. Open 7:00 am to dark. This highway ends at an intersection with GA State Highway 17.
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Franklin Springs, GA
Community of Franklin Springs, Franklin County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Museum
Ty Cobb Museum (460 Cook St, Tel. 706-245-1825) contains art and memorabilia, historical archives, books, film/video honoring Baseball Hall of Fame player Tyrus Raymond Cobb.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 17
Junction of US Highway 29 & Georgia State Highway 17. North to the community of Canon, Franklin County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 17
Junction of US Highway 29 & Georgia State Highway 17. North access to the community of Canon, Franklin County, Georgia. Limited services. South access to the community of Bowman, Franklin County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Royston, GA

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Junction: Georgia State Highway 17
NOTE: US Highway 29 intersects GA State Highway 17 bypass. To both northwest and southwest, GA State Highway rejoins its main route.
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Point of Interest
Brooks Lake (Oglethorpe County) is located north of US Highway 29. Access is from Brooks Road. Fishing.
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Point of Interest
Reservoir 17 is west of US Highway 29 and can be accessed from Eagle Lake Road, off US Highway 29.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 77
US Highway 29 intersects Georgia State Highway 77 at this point. To the north, this highway ends at its intersection with US Interstate Highway 85/GA State Highway 403. NOTE: To the east, GA State Highway 77 overlaps US Highway 29.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 172
Junction of US Highway 29 & Georgia State Highway 172. South access to the community of Bowman, Elbert County, Georgia. Limited services.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 77
NOTE: At this junction, GA State Highway 77 separates from US Highway 29. 
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Hartwell, GA
Community of Hartwell, county seat of Hart County, Georgia. - Hart State Outdoor Recreation Area (330 Hart Park Road, Tel. 706-376-6354) - Amenities: 62 tent/trailer/RV campsites, 16 walk-in campsites, playground, boat ramp. - Activities: hiking, fishing, bicycling, boating, camping.
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State Outdoor Rec Area
Hart Georgia State Park Outdoor Recreation Area (330 Hart Park Road, Tel. 706-376-6354 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting706-376-6354end_of_the_skype_highlighting) - Amenities: 62 tent/trailer/RV campsites, 16 walk-in campsites, playground, boat ramp. - Activities: hiking, fishing, bicycling, boating, camping. Access off US Highway 29 is on Ridge Road, then left on Hart State Park Road.
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Junction: Georgia State Highway 181
Junction of US Highway 29 & Georgia State Highway 181. To the southeast, this highway crosses the Georgia-South Carolina border, after which it takes a northeast route to the community of Starr, Anderson County, South Carolina. Limited services.
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Georgia-South Carolina State Line
At this point, US Highway 29 crosses the Savannah River at the Georgia-South Carolina border, and enters the community of Starr, Anderson County, South Carolina. Limited services. NOTE: Hartwell Dam is nearby. Fishing. Start/Finish of Free RV Road Map Highway Guide. LD11-e