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Georgia United States #441 Highway Guide

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0.0
125 ft.
Georgia-Florida State Line
US Highway 411 crosses the Florida state line and enters the state of Georgia at this point, in Fargo, Clinch County, Georgia. Runs concurrently with Georgia State Highway 89.
9.0
14.5
108 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 94
Junction of US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 94. To the south, this highway ends at the Georgia-Florida State Line and becomes FL State Highway 2 when it crosses over into Florida. NOTE: Overlaps US Highway 441 to the north at this point.
9.1
14.6
108 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 177
Junction of US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 177. To the north, GA State Highway 177 traverses the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, GA ; protects the Okefenokee Swamp, GA - Amenities: Visitor Center, lakes, water trails, fishing, hunting, boating, wildlife viewing, photography, hiking, canoeing; has 3 entrances: East Entrance (Main U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service entrance, located 11 miles SW of Folkston, Georgia); West Entrance (Stephen C. Foster State Park, located 17 miles east of Fargo, Georgia); and North Entrance (Okefenokee Swamp Park, GA; located eight miles south of Waycross, Georgia). 
9.9
15.9
115 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 94
NOTE: Georgia State Highway 94 separates from US Highway 441 at this point. 
10.8
17.3
115 ft.
State Park
Okefenokee Georgia State Park is east of US Highway 441.
13.0
21.0
125 ft.
Point of Interest
Horseshoe Swamp, Georgia is located east of US Highway 441.
38.0
61.1
174 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 187
Junction of US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 187. Access to the community of Fruitland, GA, Echols County, Georgia on a south-west route. Limited services.
38.2
61.4
177 ft.
Junction: US Highway 84/Georgia State Highway 38
Intersection of US Highway 441, US Highway 84 & Georgia State Highway 38. Northeast to the community of Argyle, Clinch County, Georgia. Limited services. Southwest access to Du Pont, Clinch County, Georgia. Limited services.
38.3
61.6
174 ft.
Homerville, GA
Community of Homerville, county seat of Clinch County, Georgia. - Homerville Airport, public-use airport; access is on Pearson Highway. - Homerville and Clinch County Recreation Park on Pearson Road: softball/baseball field, tennis courts, trees.
39.3
63.3
177 ft.
Park
Homerville and Clinch County Recreation Park on Pearson Road: softball/baseball field, tennis courts, trees.
40.0
64.3
180 ft.
Airport
Homerville Airport, a public-use airport 2 miles NE of Homerville, Clinch County, Georgia.
46.5
74.9
190 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 122
US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 122 meet at this junction. 
51.5
82.8
200 ft.
Point of Interest
Guest Millpond (Sandy Bottom area) is west of US Highway 441. Fishing.
56.9
91.6
197 ft.
Junction: US Highway 221/Georgia State Hihways 31/64
Junction of US Highway 441 with US Highway 221 & Georgia State Highways 31/64. NOTE: To the north, all three highways overlap US Highway 441. To the south, GA State Highway 64 separates from US Highway 221/GA State Highway 31 after passing Wolf Bay Rd. On a south-west routing, US Highway 221/GA State Highway 31 proceed to the community of Lakeland, county seat of Lanier County, Georgia. - Nearby are Banks Lake, GA, (inside the Banks Lake Wildlife Management Area): fishing, wildlife viewing, photography. - Facilities: fishing dock, boat ramp, walking trail, restrooms; Lake Irma (on South Lakeshore Drive & N Temple St), and Grand Bay Lake.
58.7
94.4
207 ft.
Pearson, GA
Community of Pearson, county seat of Atkinson County, Georgia. Limited services.
58.8
94.6
203 ft.
Junction: US Highway 82/GA State Highways 64/520
US Highway 441, US Highway 82 & Georgia State Highways 64/520 intersect at this point. NOTE: GA State Highway 64 separates from US Highway 441 and on a north-east-north route, ends at an intersection with GA State Highway 158 in Wilsonville, GA. To the east, US Highway 82/GA State Highway 520 pass the communities of Axson, GA in Atkinson County; Millwood, Fairfax, Waresboro.
70.1
112.8
220 ft.
Point of Interest
Haskin Lake, GA (Coffee County) is east of US Highway 441. Fishing.
71.2
114.5
246 ft.
Airport
Douglas Municipal Airport (440 Elton D. Brooks Blvd S, Douglas, GA, Tel. 912-384-1409), a public-use airport two miles south of Douglas, GA.
72.1
116.1
249 ft.
Junction: US Highway 221/Georgia State Highways 135/206/353
NOTE: US Highway 221 ends its overlap with US Highway 441 at this juncture. Joins GA State Highway 135 on an east-north routing and head to the community of West Green, Coffee County, Georgia. Limited services. On a west-north routing, GA State Highway 353 ends at an intersection with GA State Highway 32, while GA State Highway 206 continues further to end at an intersection with US Highway 319/GA State Highway 107.
73.0
117.5
249 ft.
Park
Roundtree Center Park on Mitchell Street & S Coffee Avenue; tennis courts, baseball/softball field, trees.
73.1
117.7
253 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 158
Junction of US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 158. Southwest route to the community of Wilsonville, Coffee County, Georgia, and to an intersection with US Highway 82/GA State Highway 520, where it terminates. To the west, this highway ends at an intersection with US Highway 29/GA State Highway 11.
73.6
118.4
256 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 32
US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 32 meet at this point.
73.9
119.0
223 ft.
Douglas, GA
Community of Douglas, county seat of Coffee County, Georgia. Places of interest include - Heritage Station Museum (Tel. 912-389-3461) in the old Georgia and Florida Railroad Depot, has exhibits of military, agricultural, African-American and local business; open Thur-Sat 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. - Davis-Wade Park (220 Shirley Ave, Tel. 912-384-1889): baseball/softball field, tennis courts, pool. - Wheeler Park (N Daughtry Ave): baseball field, trees. - Eastside Park (E Franklin St): tennis courts, softball field, trees.
74.6
120.1
213 ft.
Park
North Madison Park on North Street, off US Highway 441.
76.6
123.3
256 ft.
Sports Stadium
Jardine Stadium (baseball/softball fields) & Faircloth Field (football field, tennis courts. baseball/softball field) can both be accessed from Chariot Trail.
79.3
127.6
253 ft.
Point of Interest
West of US Highway 441 is Lott Lake (Coffee County). Fishing.
82.4
132.6
289 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 268
Junction of US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 268. North access to the community of Hazlehurst, Jeff Davis County, Georgia. - Twisted Pine Golf course - a 9-hole, par 36 public golf course (270 Uvalda Highway, Tel. 912-375-6697). - Holds the Jeff County Fair every autumn. - Historic Jeff Davis County Courthouse (Courthouse Square, Hazlehurt), built in 1906. NOTE: This highway overlaps US Highway 441 for about 500 meters at this point on Alabama Street before exiting on Ambrose Road.
82.6
132.9
292 ft.
Broxton, GA
Community of Broxton, Coffee County, Georgia. Limited services.
82.8
133.2
292 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 268
NOTE: At this point, GA State Highway 268 ends its brief overlap with US Highway 441 and heads southwest to the community of Ambrose, Coffee County, Georgia. Limited services.
84.4
135.8
305 ft.
Point of Interest
Dockery Pond, GA and JJ Dockery Pond, GA (Coffee County), are located west of US Highway 441. Fishing.
86.8
139.7
282 ft.
Point of Interest
James Smith Lake (Coffee County) is west of US Highway 441. Fishing.
87.5
140.8
279 ft.
Point of Interest
Reynolds Lake, GA (Coffee County) is west of US Highway 441 with access on County Road 327/Sam Jones Road. Fishing.
87.9
141.5
305 ft.
Pridgen, GA
Community of Pridgen, Coffee County, Georgia. Limited services.
89.4
143.9
315 ft.
Sapp's Still, GA
Community of Sapps Still, Coffee County, Georgia. Limited services.
93.0
149.6
190 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 107
Junction of US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 107. To the east, this highway accesses the community of Snipesville, Jeff Davis County, Georgia, and ends at an intersection with US Highway 221/GA State Highway 135. NOTE: Overlap with US Highway 441 to the north at this point.
94.3
151.8
138 ft.
Junction: US Highway 319/GA State Highway 107
Junction of US Highway 441 with US Highway 319. NOTE: At this point, US Highway 319 overlaps US Highway 441 to the north. Also at this point, GA State Highway 107 separates from US Highway 441, joins US Highway 319, and on a west-south-west route, both proceed to the community of Fitzgerald, Ben Hill and Irwin Counties, Georgia. Local attractions - Blue and Gray Museum (Tel. 229-426-5069 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting229-426-5069end_of_the_skype_highlighting): photographs, memorabilia, and rare artifacts about Fitzgerald and its roots in the Civil War; open Tue-Sat 10 am-4 pm; Sunday 1 pm-5 pm. - Paulk Park Campground, GA (Paulk Park Road off Perry House Road): 25 lakeside sites w/ water & electrical hook-ups, shower, restroom, laundry facilities; Tel. 229-426-5033/1-800-336-4642. - Blue and Gray Park (off S Sherman St): baseball field, outdoor basketball court, bleachers, picnic tables, grills, trees. - Fitzgerald City Lake and Fitzgerald West Lake (Ben Hill County). Fishing.
95.3
153.3
131 ft.
Point of Interest
Bridge crossing on US Highway 441.
96.9
155.9
203 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 117
Junction of US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 117. West access to the community of Lumber City, Telfair County, Georgia. Limited services. North access to the community of Rhine, Dodge County, Georgia. Limited services.
96.9
156.0
207 ft.
Jacksonville, GA
Community of Jacksonville, Telfair County, Georgia. Limited services. Dobbs Lake is nearby. Fishing.
104.6
168.3
240 ft.
Point of Interest
Jones Lake, GA is located west of US Highway 441. Fishing.
113.3
182.3
279 ft.
Point of Interest
NOTE: US Highway 441 is joined to GA State Highway 419 by Georgia 149 Connector Road.
114.0
183.4
236 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 132
Junction of US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 132. This highway connects US Highway 441 with GA State Highway 117 to the southwest.
114.2
183.8
223 ft.
Junction of US Highway 280/Georgia State Highway 30
Junction of US Highway 441 with US Highway 280 & Georgia State Highway 30. The the west, these highways pass Smith Lake, GA, Williams Lake, GA, Walker Lake, GA, and Lake Junan, GA, and to the community of Milan, GA, Dodge, GA, & Telfair Counties, Georgia. Limited services. NOTE: These highways overlap US Highway 441 to the north at this point.
115.4
185.7
266 ft.
McRae, GA
Community of McRae, Telfair County, Georgia. - Liberty Square: site of a smaller replica of the Statue of Liberty and the Liberty Bell. - Historic Talmadge Home: home to a father and son (Eugene Talmadge & Herman Eugene Talmadge) who both served as Georgia Governors.
115.7
186.2
233 ft.
Junction: US Highways 23/341/Georgia State Highway 27
Intersection of US Highway 441 with US Highways 23/341 & Georgia State Highway 27 
117.2
188.6
174 ft.
Junction: US Highway 280/Georgia State Highway 30
NOTE: At this point, US Highway 280 & GA State Highway 30 disengage from US Highway 441. Heads northeast to the community of Alamo, county seat of Wheeler County, Georgia. - Historic sites include the Lamplighter Theater (1919) and the Wheeler County Courthouse (built in 1913). Nearby lakes include Coleman Lake, GA and O'Quinns, GA. Pond (fishing).
117.5
189.1
200 ft.
Airport
Telfair-Wheeler Airport (Helena, GA, Tel. 912-868-6512), a public-use airport. Access is from Erick Church Road.
117.8
189.6
203 ft.
State Park/Golf Course

129.3
208.0
299 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highways 46/126
Junction of US Highway 441 with Georgia State Highways 46/126. To the east, these highways overlap for a short distance before GA State Highway 126 turns southwest and heads to the community of Alamo, county seat of Wheeler County, Georgia. - Historic sites include the Lamplighter Theatre (1919) and the Wheeler County Courthouse (built in 1913). - Nearby lakes include Coleman Lake and O'Quinns Pond (fishing). GA State Highway 46 continues on to an east-north route to the community of Soperton, county seat of Treutlen County, Georgia. - Red Ricks Lake on Jennings Lane. - Treutlen County Airport, public-use airport. Access is on Airport Road.
130.7
210.3
315 ft.
Point of Interest
Take Sophie Dominy Road, then left on Wendell Currie Road to reach Currie Lake (Laurens County), located east of US Highway 441. Fishing.
133.9
215.5
335 ft.
Point of Interest
Gay Pond, GA(Laurens County) is west of US Highway 441. Fishing.
141.7
228.0
233 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 117
US Highway 441 meets Georgia State Highway 117 at this point. Southwest access to the community of Rentz, Laurens County, Georgia. Limited services.
149.1
240.0
240 ft.
Juncction: Georgia State Highway 257
Junction of US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 257. South access to the community of Dexter, Laurens County, Georgia. Limited services.
149.9
241.3
213 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 19
Junction of US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 19. South access to the community of Glenwood, Wheeler County, Georgia. - Piney Woods Lake Campground, GA (3226 Piney Woods Lake Road, Tel. 478-463-3301 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting478-463-3301end_of_the_skype_highlighting): 172 campsites w/ electrical hookups (first-come, first-served basis), walking trail, fishing. NOTE: Very briefly to the north (on S Jefferson Street), GA State Highway 19 overlaps US Highway 441 before turning west on Bellevue Avenue.
150.2
241.7
223 ft.
Junction: US Highways 80/319/Georgia State Highways 26/29/31
Intersection of US Highway 441 with US Highways 80/319 & Georgia State Highways 26/29/31. NOTE: GA State Highway 29 overlaps US Highway 441 to the north. GA State Highway 19 separates from US Highway 441 at this point, turns west to join US Highway 80 & GA State Highway 26, and proceeds to the community of Dudley, Laurens County, Georgia. - Chappel Field (Stadium Street): lighted baseball field, restroom, concession. To the east, GA State Highway 31 & US Highway 319 end their overlap with US Highway 441, join GA State Highways 26/29 & US Highway 80, and head to the community of East Dublin, Laurens County, Georgia.
150.4
242.0
213 ft.
Dublin, GA
City of Dublin, county seat of Laurens County, Georgia. Attractions in Dublin - Pinetucky Campground, GA (1007 Campground Road, Tel. 478-272-6745 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting478-272-6745end_of_the_skype_highlighting): 75 level RV/tent sites with full hookups, nature trails, grills, hot showers, restrooms. - Southern Pines Regional Park (675 Southern Pines Rd). - Springdale Park: lighted baseball/softball/football/soccer fields, walking trail, racquetball courts, playgrounds, restroom.
168.9
271.8
276 ft.
Junction: US Interstate Highway 16/Georgia State Highway 404
Junction of US Highway 441 with US Interstate Highway 16 (Jim Gillis Historic Savannah Parkway) & Georgia State Highway 404
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286.9
322 ft.
Airport
US 441 Bypass provides access to WH Bud Barron Airport (675 Airport Road, Dublin, GA, Tel. 478-272-4755): public airport serving Dublin and Laurens County.
180.1
289.8
322 ft.
Point of Interest
Tattnall Lake, GA and Gilder Lake, GA, Laurens County, are located east of US Highway 441. Access is from County Road 438. Fishing.
181.0
291.2
331 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 338
US Highway 441 & GA State Highway 338 intersect at this point. South access to the community of Dudley, Laurens County, Georgia. - Chappel Field (Stadium Street): lighted baseball field, restroom, concession. - Scott Brown Field (Hwy 80): lighted youth baseball/softball field.
182.7
294.0
358 ft.
Spring Hill, GA
Community of Spring Hill, Cobb County, Georgia. Limited services.
183.4
295.1
289 ft.
Point of Interest
Townsend Lake, GA (Laurens County) is west of US Highway 441. Fishing.
185.4
298.4
253 ft.
Point of Interest
West of US Highway 441, on County Road 421, lies Chappells Pond (Laurens County). Fishing.
188.2
302.8
377 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 112
Junction of US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 112. North access to the community of Toomsboro, Wilkinson County, Georgia. Limited services. South access to the community of Allentown, Wilkinson County, Georgia. Limited services.
191.2
307.7
318 ft.
Point of Interest
Stuckey Boone Lake, GA (Wilkinsons County) may be reached from Stuckey Road 197, southwest of US Highway 441. Fishing.
194.0
312.2
443 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 96
Junction of US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 96. West access to the community of Jeffersonville, county seat of Twiggs County, Georgia. - Historic Twigss County Courthouse, built in 1903.
196.7
316.6
259 ft.
Point of Interest
East of US Highway 441 lies Bearcamp Lake, GA (Wilkinson County) on Bear Camp Road. Fishing.
199.4
320.9
289 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 57
Intersection of US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 57. East to the community of Irwinton, country seat of Wilkinson County, Georgia. Limited services. To the west, this highway ends at an intersection with GA State Highway 19/US Highway 80.
202.0
325.0
256 ft.
McIntyre, GA
Community of McIntyre, Wilkinson County, Georgia. Limited services.
208.0
334.7
315 ft.
Point of Interest
Goldens Pond, GA is to the east of US Highway 441. Fishing.
208.5
335.6
269 ft.
Point of Interest
To the east of US Highway 441 is Eady Pond, GA. Fishing.
211.5
340.3
384 ft.
Point of Interest
Jones Pond, GA can be reached off US Highway 441 from Cox Road, turn on Kimberly Lane S. Fishing.
212.5
341.9
315 ft.
Point of Interest
East of US Highway 441 are Georgia State Hospital Lake and Hospital Lake Number One, GA; Baldwin County. Fishing.
213.3
343.2
404 ft.
Point of Interest
Jesse Scott Road connects US Highway 441 to GA State Highway 112 to the east. Provides access to Forestry Pond Number Two. To the west of US Highway 441 are Beckham Lake, GA and Scott Lake, GA Baldwin County. Fishing.
214.8
345.6
489 ft.
State Forest
Baldwin State Forest, GA, features wildlife viewing, fishing. Directions: Head south from MIlledgeville on US Highway 441. Travel about 3 miles south after the intersection with GA State Highway 243 after it crosses Little Black Creek, GA.
215.3
346.4
482 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 243/US Highway 441
Junction of US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 243
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352.8
312 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 49
Junction of US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 49. South access to the city of Macon, county seat of Bibb County, Georgia. Some areas of interest are - Arrowhead Park, GA (Columbus Road, Tel. 478-935-2302 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting478-935-2302end_of_the_skype_highlighting): campsites with electrical/water hook-ups, picnic tables, charcoal grills, children's playground, beach, bathhouses. - Ocmulgee National Monument(1207 Emery Highway, Tel. 478-752-8257): a national park dedicated to the preservation of an area which was inhabited from 12,000 years back; has several burial and ceremonial mounds; open daily 9am-5pm. Northwest access to the community of Milledgeville, county seat of Baldwin County, Georgia. - Lockery Arboretum (1534 Irwinton Rd, Tel. 478-452-2112): a 40-acre park with several trees, flowers, shrubs, and plants. - Old Governor's Mansion (120 Clark St): historic house museum, built in 1838.
221.1
355.8
371 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 22
Junction of US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 22. West access to Walter B. Williams Jr. Park and the communities of Haddock and Gray (county seat), Jones County, Georgia. Limited services. South access to the community of Milledgeville, county seat of Baldwin County, Georgia. - Lockery Arboretum (1534 Irwinton Rd, Tel. 478-452-2112): a 40-acre park with several trees, flowers, shrubs, and plants. - Old Governor's Mansion (120 Clark St): historic house museum, built in 1838.
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357.5
404 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 24/US Highway 441
NOTE: US Highway 441 ends its bypass here and rejoins its main route. GA State Highway 24 overlaps US Highway 441 at this point to the north. GA State Highway 29 ends at this intersection.
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362.4
430 ft.
Airport/Lake
Baldwin County Airport can be accessed off US Highway 441 on Log Cabin Road NE, then left on Airport Road NE. John Milledge Academy Lake GA, (Baldwin County) is on Log Cabin Road NE. Fishing.
226.4
364.4
410 ft.
Meriwether, GA
Community of Meriwether, Baldwin County, Georgia. - Historic Westbrook-Hubert Farm on 143 Little Road.
232.0
373.3
407 ft.
Dennis, GA
Community of Dennis, Putnam County, Georgia. Access off US Highway 441 is on Twin Bridges Road SW, then left on Dennis Station Road SW.
238.0
383.0
571 ft.
Bypass/Junction: US Highway 129/441/Georgia State Highways 24/44
Junction of US Highway 441 with US Highway 129 & Georgia State Highway 44. NOTE: At this point, US Highway 441 & GA State Highways 24/129 disengage from the main route, overlap GA State Highway 44, and head to the community of Eatonton, county seat of Putnam County, Georgia; known as the Dairy Capital of Georgia because its major industry is dairy farming. Nearby is the Rock Eagle Effigy Mound, an archaeological site believed to have been built by Woodland Indians about 1,000-3,000 years ago.
240.2
386.5
456 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 16
Junction of US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 16. East access to the community of Eatonton, county seat of Putnam County, Georgia; known as the Dairy Capital of Georgia because its major industry is dairy farming. Nearby is the Rock Eagle Effigy Mound, an archaeological site believed to have been built by Woodland Indians about 1,000-3,000 years ago. West access to the community of Willard, Putnam County, Georgia, and the Oconee National Forest (1755 Cleveland Highway, Gainesville, GA, Tel. 770-536-0541): Activities: fishing, hiking, horseback riding, swimming, boating, nature viewing.
241.2
388.2
538 ft.
Point of Interest
County Road 213/Godfrey Road, off US Highway 441, traverses the Oconee National Forest, GA (1755 Cleveland Highway, Gainesville, GA, Tel. 770-536-0541 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting770-536-0541end_of_the_skype_highlighting begin_of_the_skype_highlighting770-536-0541end_of_the_skype_highlighting): Activities: fishing, hiking, horseback riding, swimming, boating, nature viewing.
242.5
390.3
581 ft.
Junction
NOTE: US Highway 441 rejoins its main route at this junction. GA State Highway 24 overlaps US Highways 441/129 to the north.
247.8
398.7
643 ft.
Point of Interest
Rock Eagle Road, off US Highway 441, provides access to Rock Eagle Lake, GA (fishing) and Rock Eagle 4-H Center, summer camp; holds classes/workshops in sailing, forestry, conservation, archery, sailing, swimming, lake ecology.
254.5
409.5
614 ft.
Point of Interest
Bruce Lake, GA, Morgan County, is east of US Highway 441. Fishing.
254.7
409.9
617 ft.
Godfrey, GA
Community of Godfrey, Morgan County, Georgia. Limited services. Has several old stores and homes.
255.8
411.7
630 ft.
Point of Interest
Wilson Lake, GA is to the east of US Highway 441. Fishing.
258.1
415.3
659 ft.
Museum
The Bruce Weiner Microcar Museum Inc. (2950 Eatonton Road, Madison, GA): has the largest microcars collection in the world, primarily from the 1940s up to just before 1964. NOTE: CURRENTLY CLOSED FOR RENOVATION UNTIL FALL 2011.
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418.8
679 ft.
Junction: US Interstate Highway 20/Georgia State Highway 402
Intersection of US Highway 441 with US Interstate Highway 20 (Carl Sanders Highway) & Georgia State Highway 402. To the east, both highways cross the Apalachee River.
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419.9
673 ft.
Bypass
NOTE: US Highways 441/129 & Georgia State Highway 24 bypass traverses Eatonton Road and Main Street in Madison, GA.
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699 ft.
Junction: US Highway 278/Georgia State Highway 12
Junction of US Highway 441 with US Highways 278/129 & Georgia Highways 12/24/83. US Highway 278/GA State Highway 12 goes west and accesses the community of Greshamville, Greene County, Georgia, and the Oconee National Forest (1755 Cleveland Highway, Gainesville, GA, Tel. 770-536-0541): Activities: fishing, hiking, horseback riding, swimming, boating, nature viewing. To the south, GA State Highway 12 accesses the community of Madison, county seat of Morgan County, Georgia. - Heritage Park (1000 Heritage Park Circle, Tel. 706-342-9340) - Hill Park (S Main Street, Tel. 706-342-1251). - Bruce Weiner Microcar Museum Inc. (2950 Eatonton Road, Madison, GA): has the largest microcars collection in the world, primarily from the 1940s up to just before 1964. NOTE: CURRENTLY CLOSED FOR RENOVATION UNTIL FALL 2011.
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427.6
682 ft.
Airport
Madison Municipal Airport (1245 Airport Industrial Blvd., Tel. 706-342-9857): public-use airport serving Madison and Morgan County.
267.4
430.3
505 ft.
Point of Interest
Brown Lake, GA (Morgan County) is east of US Highway 441. Fishing.
267.6
430.7
479 ft.
Point of Interest
Crossing Hard Labor Creek.
268.7
432.4
531 ft.
Point of Interest
To the west of US Highway 441 is Youngblood Lake. Fishing.
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433.2
479 ft.
Point of Interest
Crossing a creek on US Highway 441.
273.0
439.3
499 ft.
Point of Interest
Creek crossing on US Highway 441.
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444.1
702 ft.
Park
Oconee Heritage Park, GA (Watkinsville, GA, Tel. 706-769-396) - Facilities: open air arena, barn w/ 31 stalls, walking trails, bike trails, historic wood cabin, parking, picnic area.
277.3
446.2
745 ft.
Framington, GA
Community of Framington, Oconee County, Georgia. Limited services.
280.5
451.4
781 ft.
Bishop, GA
Community of Bishop, Oconee County, Georgia. Limited services. Barnett Lake. GA is nearby. Fishing.
280.8
451.9
794 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 186
Junction of US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 186. On a west-south route, this highway accesses the community of North High Shoals, Oconee County, Georgia. Limited services.
282.6
454.8
791 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 24
NOTE: Georgia State Highway 24 separates from the main route at this point and proceeds north to the community of Watkinsville, county seat of Oconee County, Georgia. - 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, Tel. 706-769-5197), constructed in 1897, one of the last wooden bridges that is still used as a public road.
283.5
456.3
725 ft.
Point of Interest
To the west of US Highway 441 is Lake Wildwood, GA; to the east is Christian Lake, GA. Both are in Oconee County. Fishing.
284.0
457.1
699 ft.
Park
Harris Shoals Park, local park in Watkinsville, GA; baseball field, walking trail/shoals, picnic areas; free parking; Tel. 706-769-5161.
284.4
457.6
705 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 53
Junction of US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 53
285.2
459.0
741 ft.
Junction
NOTE: Bypass of Georgia State Highway 24 ends at this point. GA State Highway 15 overlaps US Highway 441 to the north.
286.8
461.5
682 ft.
Point of Interest
TM Tillman Lake, GA (Oconee County) is to the west of US Highway 441. Access is from Phimarga Lane. Fishing.
287.0
461.8
676 ft.
Point of Interest
Tommie Tillman Lake (Oconee County) is east of US Highway 441. Can be reached from Rockinwood Drive. Fishing.
288.2
463.8
666 ft.
Junction: US Highways 78/29/Georgia State Highway 10
Junction of US Highway 441 with US Highways 29/78 & Georgia State Highway 10. NOTE: To the east, all three highways overlap US Highway 441. Southwest access to the community of Bogart, Clark & Oconee Counties, Georgia. - Jennings Mill Country Club, GA (1150 Chambers Ct, Tel. 706-548-1852 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting706-548-1852end_of_the_skype_highlighting x3): 18-hole, par 72, regulation length, private golf course.
288.4
464.1
564 ft.
Point of Interest
Crossing McNut Creek, GA.
289.4
465.7
666 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 15
NOTE: GA State Highway 15 veers away from the US Highway 441/GA State Highway 15 main route at this point. 
289.9
466.6
728 ft.
Point of Interest
Oconee Forest Park (UGA Recreational Sports Complex, GA, College Station & E Campus Road, Athens, GA, Tel. 706-542-1571 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting706-542-1571end_of_the_skype_highlighting), a 100-year old forest located on the campus of the University of Georgia, used for teaching, recreation, and research; activities include mountain biking, hiking, fishing.
290.5
467.5
604 ft.
Point of Interest
Lake Herrick, GA is west of US Highway 441. Gabrielsen Natatorium, a swimming/diving facility with a seating capacity of 2,000, in Athens, GA; home to the University of Georgia's varsity swimming and diving program.
291.0
468.3
584 ft.
Point of Interest
Creek crossing on Athens Perimeter/Monroe Highway.
291.7
469.4
673 ft.
Junction: US Highway 78/Georgia State Highway 10
Junction of US Highway 441 & US Highway 78. NOTE: GA State Highway 10 branches out from US Highway 441 at this point and joins US Highway 78.
294.1
473.3
653 ft.
Junction: US Highway 29/Georgia State Highway 8
Junction of US Highway 441 with US Highways 29 & Georgia State Highway 8. North access to the community of Danielsville, county seat Madison County, Georgia. Limited services. NOTE: GA State Highway 8 overlaps US Highway 441 to the west at this point.
295.8
476.1
633 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highways 8/10
NOTE: Georgia State Highways 8 & 10 disengage from US Highway 441 at this point. On a west-south route, both highways overlap each other on Athens Perimeter Road, then turn on Atlanta Highway/Monroe Highway. On Smoke Rise Court, GA State Highway 10 takes a turn on a south-west route, overlaps US Highway 78 and heads to the community of Between, Walton County, Georgia. Limited services. GA State Highway 8 proceeds west to the community of Bogart, Clark & Oconee Counties, Georgia. - Jennings Mill Country Club (1150 Chambers Ct, Tel. 706-548-1852 x3): 18-hole, par 72, regulation length, private golf course.
298.7
480.7
741 ft.
Park
Sandy Creek Park, GA (400 Bob Holman Rd., Athens, GA, Tel. 706-613-3631 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting706-613-3631end_of_the_skype_highlighting begin_of_the_skype_highlighting706-613-3631end_of_the_skype_highlighting): a 782-acre park surrounding Lake Chapman, GA. Amenities: beach, basketball courts, dog park, canoes/boat rentals, horse trails, picnic shelters, multi-purpose athletic fields, tennis courts, playground.
299.9
482.6
751 ft.
Point of Interest
Lake Jarekit, GA (Jackson County) is located west of US Highway 441. Fishing.
301.0
484.4
781 ft.
Point of Interest
Jarrett Lake (Jackson County) is east of US Highway 441. Fishing.
301.3
484.8
801 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 334
Junction of US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 334. North access to the community of Commerce, Jackson County, Georgia. - Commerce City Park (Clayton Street).- American Veterans Memorial Park (204 Carson Street): 4 tennis courts, 3 ballfields, playground, pool, restrooms, concession stand, parking.
303.8
488.9
820 ft.
Point of Interest
To the west of US Highway 441 is Bishops Lake, GA (Jackson County). Fishing.
306.4
493.0
840 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 335
Junction of US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 335. West access to the community of Jefferson, county seat of Jackson County, Georgia. Parks include the Jefferson City Park (lake, playground, softball/baseball fields); Curry Creek Park (playground). - Crawford W. Long Museum (28 College Street, Tel. 706-367-5307): chronicles the life of Dr. Crawford M. Long, who is considered the first to use anesthesia for surgery.
306.5
493.2
823 ft.
Nicholson, GA
Community of Nicholson, Jackson County, Georgia. Hosts the "Daisy Festival." Limited services.
308.2
495.9
853 ft.
Point of Interest
Reservoir 23, GA (Jackson County) is east of US Highway 441. Access from highway is on Berea Road. Fishing.
311.2
500.8
892 ft.
Point of Interest
Hoods Lake (Jackson County) is located to the east of US Highway 441. Fishing.
312.4
502.8
935 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 334
Junction of US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 334. Proceeds to its southern terminus with US Highway 441/GA State Highway 15. Northern terminus is at an intersection with GA State Highway 98.
312.9
503.6
853 ft.
Point of Interest
Iveys Lake, GA (Jackson County) is to the west of US Highway 441. Fishing.
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504.3
912 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 98
US Highway 441 intersects Georgia State Highway 98 at this point. East to the community of Ila, Madison County, Georgia. Limited services.
313.4
504.3
912 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 98
US Highway 441 intersects Georgia State Highway 98 at this point. East to the community of Ila, Madison County, Georgia. Limited services. South access to 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.
314.9
506.8
784 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 326
Junction of US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 326. Northeast to its eastern terminus at an intersection with GA State Highway 106. Its western terminus is at an intersection with GA State Highway 98 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, GA (3100 Ila Rd, Tel. 706-335-1855/706-335-8100): 18-hole, par 72, regulation length, public golf course.
316.5
509.3
846 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 59
Intersection of US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 59. Northeast to the community of Carnesville, county seat of Franklin County, Georgia. Limited services.
318.0
511.8
705 ft.
Junction: US Interstate Highway 85/Georgia State Highway 403
Junction of US Highway 441 with US Interstate Highway 85 & Georgia State Highway 403. Further northeast, GA State Highway 403 ends near the Georgia-South Carolina border while US Interstate Highway 85 crosses the state line and enters South Carolina. 
318.5
512.5
755 ft.
Point of Interest
Atlanta Dragway, a drag racing facility in Commerce, Georgia.
320.8
516.2
807 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 164
Junction of US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 164. To the east, this highway ends at an intersection with GA State Highway 59. NOTE: Brief overlap with US Highway 441/GA State Highway 15 to the north.
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517.0
801 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 164
NOTE: After a brief overlap, GA State Highway 164 disengages from US Highway 441 at this point. Goes north and joins Georgia 51N in the community of Homer, county seat of Banks County, Georgia. For the past 47 years, holds an annual Easter Egg Hunt which draws around 5,000 egg hunters each year; listed in the 1985 Guinness Book of World Records for an 80,000 Easter egg hunt.
323.3
520.2
745 ft.
Point of Interest
Turk Lake (Banks County) is east of US Highway 441, with access on McCoy Bridge Road, then left on Marshburn Road. Fishing.
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531.7
843 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 198
Junction of US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 198. To the southwest, this highway ends at an intersection with US Interstate Highway 85/GA State Highway 403. NOTE: To the north, GA State Highway 198 overlaps US Highway 441.
332.3
534.7
919 ft.
Historic Site
Fort Hollingsworth-White House (2307 Wynn Lake Road, Alto, GA, Tel. 706-776-2419), an early frontier fort built around 1792; now serves as an open air museum. Holds an annual Day at the Fort celebration, includes tours of the fort, dancing, storytelling, music, Civil War reenactment.
332.9
535.7
899 ft.
Point of Interest
Wise Lake, GA (Banks County) is east of US Highway 441. Take Harmony Church Road. Fishing.
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538.6
1158 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 105
Intersection of US Highway 441 with Georgia State Highway 105. To the east, GA State Highway 105 ends at its intersection with GA State Highway 184. NOTE: This highway overlaps US Highway 441 to the north.
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541.1
1486 ft.
Baldwin, GA
Community of Baldwin, Banks & Habersham Counties, Georgia. Baldwin straddles the Eastern Continental Divide. Habersham County Airport (Communications Blvd., Tel. 706-754-6264), a public-use airport is nearby.
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541.8
1568 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 105
NOTE: At this point, GA State Highway 105 ends its overlap with the main route of US Highway 441. Also at this point, US Highway 441 & GA State Highway 105 break off from the main route, and all three highways head to the community of Cornelia, Habersham County, Georgia. - Hosts a yearly 'Big Red Apple' festival the first week of October. The Big Red Apple statue pays tribute to the apple and apple growers of Cornelia. - Cornelia City Park (on City Park Drive): softball/baseball field, basketball court.
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542.9
1529 ft.
Airport
Habersham County Airport, Communications Blvd., Tel. 706-754-6264: a public-use airport.
338.0
544.0
1453 ft.
Cornelia, GA
Community of Cornelia, Habersham County, Georgia. - Hosts a yearly 'Big Red Apple' festival the first week of October. The Big Red Apple statue pays tribute to the apple and apple growers of Cornelia. - Cornelia City Park (on City Park Drive): softball/baseball field, basketball court. Nearby Chenocetah Mountain (referred to locally as 'Tower Mountain') has an observation tower which shows a scenic view of the surrounding hills and valleys.
338.8
545.2
1430 ft.
Junction: US Highway 23/Georgia State Highway 365
Junction of US Highway 441 with US Highway 23 & Georgia State Highway 365. South access to the community of Raoul, Habersham County, Georgia. Limited services. NOTE: Overlap with US Highway 441 to the north.
340.1
547.3
1414 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highways 105/385
Junction of US Highway 441 with Georgia State Highways 105/385. South access to the community of Cornelia, Habersham County, Georgia. - Hosts the annual 'Big Red Apple' festival the first week of October. The Big Red Apple statue pays tribute to the apple and apple growers of Cornelia. - Cornelia City Park (on City Park Drive): softball/baseball field, basketball court. Nearby Chenocetah Mountain (referred to locally as 'Tower Mountain') has an observation tower which shows a scenic view of the surrounding hills and valleys. On a west-north route, GA State Highway 105 ends at an intersection with GA State Highway 17. GA State Highway turns to the north on US 441 Historical and proceeds to the community of Demorest, Habersham County, Georgia. - Demorest Lake, GA is nearby on Massachusetts Boulevard. Fishing. NOTE: At this point, US Highway 441/GA State Highway 105 rejoin the main route.
340.4
547.8
1404 ft.
Point of Interest
Miller's Pond (Habersham County) is east of US Highway 441. Fishing.
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550.1
1417 ft.
Junction
Demorest Lake Road connects US Highway 441 with GA State Highway 385 to the west.
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553.0
1378 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 197
Intersection of US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 197
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558.7
1473 ft.
Junction: US Highway 123/GA State Highways 17/365
Junction of US Highway 441 with US Highway 123 & GA State Highways 17/365. NOTE: At this point, GA State Highway 365 separates from US Highway 441, and joins US Highway 123/GA State Highway 17 to the southwest. US Highway 123/GA 365 turns north on W Currahee Street. 
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565.1
1503 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highways 17/385
US Highway 441 intersects Georgia State Highways 17 & 385 at this point. 
353.8
569.4
1499 ft.
Point of Interest
Access Hardman Lake, GA (east of US Highway 441; Habersham County) from Panther Brook Lane. Fishing.
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570.2
1526 ft.
Turnerville, GA
Community of Turnerville, Habersham County, Georgia. Limited services.
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577.3
1558 ft.
Tallulah Falls, GA

358.9
577.6
1483 ft.
Point of Interest
Crossing Tallulah Falls Lake, GA;a small lake that is part of the Tallulah Gorge State Park. Fishing, camping, picnicking.
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582.5
1611 ft.
Point of Interest
Lake Rabun, GA; a reservoir in Rabun County, Georgia; third lake in a series of six lakes; celebrates a unique 4th of July celebration with a wooden boat parade and spectacular fireworks display. Access off US Highway 441 is from Joy Bridge, right on Terrora Cir/Old 441 S, then left on Lake Rabun Road.
362.8
583.8
1811 ft.
Lakemont, GA
Community of Lakemont, Rabun County, Georgia. Attractions: - Lake Rabun Beach Recreation Area (County Road 10, Tel. 706-754-6221), overlooks Lake Rabun; Activities: camping, swimming, fishing, boating, hiking, scenic viewing. Amenities: 80 tent/trailer campsites w/ electrical/water hookups, restrooms, trails. - Terrora Park Campground (Jane Hurt Yarn Dr, Tel. 706-754-1716).
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585.6
1736 ft.
Wiley, GA
Community of Wiley, Rabun, County, Georgia. Limited services.
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590.8
1854 ft.
Tiger, GA
Community of Tiger, Rabun County, Georgia. Limited services.
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595.2
1867 ft.
Junction: US Highway 76/Georgia State Highway 2
Junction of US Highway 441 with US Highway 76 & Georgia State Highway 2. On an east-southeast route, GA State Highway ends at the Georgia-South Carolina state line, while US Highway 76 crosses the border and enters South Carolina. To the north, these highways pass through the community of Clayton, county seat of Rabun County, Georgia. Nearby places of interest are Screamer Mountain, which rises to 3,000 feet. - Rabun County Golf Club GA (1322 Old 441 S, Clayton, Tel. 706-782-5500 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting706-782-5500end_of_the_skype_highlighting): 9-hole, par 70, municipal golf course. - Kingwood Country Club & Resort, GA: golf, tennis, swimming, hiking, whitewater rafting, biking.
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595.7
1873 ft.
Clayton, GA
Community of Clayton, county seat of Rabun County, Georgia. Nearby places of interest are Screamer Mountain, which rises to 3,000 feet. - Rabun County Golf Club (1322 Old 441 S, Clayton, Tel. 706-782-5500): 9-hole, par 70, municipal golf course. - Kingwood Country Club & Resort: golf, tennis, swimming, hiking, whitewater rafting, biking.
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599.5
2146 ft.
State Park/Lake

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600.3
2152 ft.
Mountain City, GA
Community of Mountain City, Rabun County, Georgia. Sits astride the Eastern Continental Divide. Nearby is Black Rock Mountain State Park (3085 Black Rock Mountain Parkway, Mountain City), Rabun County, Georgia. Amenities: Visitor Center, 44 tent/trailer/RV campsites w/ cable TV, 12 walk-in campsites, 4 backcountry campsites, cottages, lake, pioneer campground, picnic shelters, playground. Activities: hiking, fishing, picnicking, kayaking, geocaching, canoeing.
376.8
606.4
2165 ft.
Dillard, GA
Community of Dillard, Rabun County, Georgia. Limited services.
377.8
608.0
2119 ft.
Junction: Georgia State Highway 246
Junction of US Highway 441 & Georgia State Highway 246. To the north, this highway crosses the Georgia-North Carolina state line, travels on Dillard Road in North Carolina, then crosses the state line back into Georgia, passes scenic overlooks and waterfalls such as the Estatoah Falls (located on Mud Creek), before heading north and again crossing the border into North Carolina and becomes NC State Highway 106.
378.6
609.2
2106 ft.
Georgia-North Carolina State Line
At this point, US Highway 441 & US Highway 23 cross the border into North Carolina. GA State Highway 15 ends at the Georgia-North Carolina state line near the community of Sky Valley, Rabun County, Georgia. - Sky Valley Resort (1 Sky Valley, Tel. 706-746-5303 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting706-746-5303end_of_the_skype_highlighting): tennis, swimming, golfing. Start/Finish of Free RV Road Map Highway Guide - LD11-e