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Georgia Byway Highway Guide

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Tennga, Georgia
Tennga, Georgia, a community in Murray County located at the Georgia/Tennessee state border on USA Highway #411/State Highway #61. This is where Southern Highroads Trail, a Loop of scenic and historic highways traversing through four states starts, and winds through Georgia towards South Carlina, providing travelers recreational options and opportunity to explore scenic Appalachian Trails and Blue Ridge Mountains area along the way.
2.7
4.4
Cisco, Georgia
Old Highway #2, Gallman Long Road, Community of Cisco, Georgia,
5.0
8.1
Junction
Junction State Route #225, Community of Gregory, Georgia
7.3
11.7
Temple Grove, Georgia
Temple Grove Road, Temple Grove, Georgia,
12.9
20.7
Norton Bridge Road
Norton Bridge Road, Red Cut Road, intersects State Highway #411/61/2, near Crandall, Georgia.
14.5
23.4
Intersection
Intersection State Route #286, Eton, Georgia, a town in Murray County, Georgia, located along State Highway 2/61, Community of Dawnville, Georgia, is located on the west on State Route #286.
17.7
28.5
Junction
Junction USA Highway #76/State Highway #52/76, west of Chatsworth, Georgia
21.5
34.6
Chatsworth, Georgia
Chatsworth is a city in Murray County, Georgia, Just East of Chatsworth is Fort Mountain, and the Fort Mountain State Park.
22.9
36.8
Junction
Junction State Highway #52/61/ USA Highway #411, Community of Spring Place, Georgia, Spring Lakes Golf Club,
25.2
40.6
Cliffmine Road
cliffemine Road, Fort Mountain State Park,
30.1
48.4
Fort Mountain State Park
Fort Mountain Park Road, Old Fort Road, Fort Mountain State Park, Fort Mountain Lake, Fort Mountain, a mountain in northern Georgia, just east of Chatsworth. It is part of the Cohutta Mountains, a small mountain range at the southern end of the Appalachian Mountains, situated within the Chattahoochee National Forest. Remnants of stone Fort on a peak believed to have been built by pre-Columbian native Americans. Camping areas, a mountain lake, walking trails, swimming, boating, and playgrounds are situated within the Fort Mountain State Park, Georgia.
32.9
53.0
Shanty Creek
Shanty Creek, Cochise Trail, Shawnee Trail,
34.9
56.2
Viewpoint
Viewpoint / Rest Area, A Loop on the State Highway #2/52, in the Fort Mountain State Park,
37.4
60.2
Pleasant Hill, Georgia
Pleasant Hill Road, Community of Pleasant Hill, Georgia, Rainbow Lake,
40.3
64.8
Mountain Road
Mountain Road, Stillwell Road,
44.4
71.4
New Hope, Georgia
Craigtown Road, Roberts Ridge Road, Community of New Hope, Georgia, Weeks Road, Flat Branch Road, Community of Flat Branch, Georgia, Little Mountaintown Creek,
47.4
76.3
Ellijay, Georgia
Ellijay, Georgia, a city in Gilmer County, Georgia, Ellijay lies at the confluence of the Ellijay and the Cartecay Rivers. After the merger they become the Coosawattee River. The city holds an annual Apple Festival in October.
48.3
77.8
East Ellijay, Georgia
A bridge Across the Coosawattee River, connects with State Route #282/515, USA Highway #76, East Ellijay, Georgia, a city in Gilmer County, Georgia, It was the site of a Cherokee settlement.
48.8
78.6
Junction
Junction State Highway #52, Communities of Oak Hill, Georgia, Oakland, Georgia, Cartecay, Georgia, located on and along the State Highway #52,
52.6
84.7
Northcutt, Georgia
Old Northcutt Road, Northcutt, Georgia,
53.6
86.2
Whitepath Road
Whitepath Road, Cherokee Drive, White Path Golf Course, Community of Santaluca, Georgia,
56.8
91.4
Goose Island Road
Rock Creek Road, Goose Island Road, Goose Island, Georgia
58.3
93.9
Lucius, Georgia
Lucius Road, Cherry Log Street, Lucius, Georgia,
63.3
101.8
Industrial Boulevard
industrial Boulevard, Bullen Gap Road, Sugar Creek,
64.7
104.2
Blue Ridge, Georgia
Junction State Highway #5, Blue Ridge, Georgia. Blue Ridge, Georgia is the main tourist destination in Georgia with its Lake Blue Ridge, The Toccoa River, and because of its panoramic location by the Blue Ridge Mountains. Tourists and outdoor enthusiasts from within the USA and around the world flock here. Popular outdoor activities here are swimming, kayaking, hiking, blueberry picking, fishing, boating, camping, and tubing.
65.5
105.4
Murphy Junction, Georgia
Old Highway #76, Community of Murphy Junction, Georgia,
68.7
110.6
Intersection
Intersection State Highway #60/Lakewood Highway, Mineral Bluff, Georgia located north of here. Morganton, Georgia, a town in Fannin County, Georgia, located on the shores of Blue Ridge Lake, along State Highway #60, Community of Padena, Georgia, Community of Hurst, Georgia,
74.9
120.5
Hemp, Georgia
Old Highway #76, Community of Hemp, Georgia,
79.5
127.9
State Route #325
State Route #325/Notterly Dam Road, Blue Ridge Highway, Community of Jones Creek, Georgia,
81.2
130.6
Bunker Hill, Georgia
Bunker Hill Road, Queens Gap Road, Community of Bunker Hill, Georgia, Community of Pleasant Grove, Georgia.
84.1
135.4
Klutusetia Creek Road
Klutusetia Creek Road, Blairsville Airport, a city-owned public-use airport located southwest of Blairsville, Georgia, a city in Union County, Georgia, Notalee Orchards, Georgia lie north of this location.
86.6
139.3
Junction
Junction Murphy Highway/USA Highway #129/19, Blue Ridge Highway, Community of Canal Lake, Georgia,
87.1
140.1
Blairsville, Georgia
Junction USA Highway #19/129, Blairsville, Georgia, a city in Union County, Georgia, Attractions: Brasstown Bald, a mountain peak, highest in Georgia. It has a park with a picnic area and a small observation tower, The mountain peak is at Highway 180, Blairsville, Georgia. Lake Nottely, a reservoir is spot of recreation. Appalachian Trail, Chattahoochee National Forest. On the north east, along the State Route #180 lies Brasstown Bald, the highest point in the state of Georgia.
94.1
151.5
Jacksonville, Georgia
Plottown Road, Jacksonville, Georgia,
95.3
153.3
Young Harris, Georgia
Junction State Highway #66, Young Harris, Georgia, a city in Towns County, Georgia, Bald Mountain Road, to Brasstown Bald, the highest peak in Georgia within Cherokee National Forest, Georgia
96.4
155.1
Brasstown Valley Resort
Brasstown Way, Deer Path Lane, Brasstown Valley Resort,
98.7
158.8
Junction
Junction State Route #515, crosses into North Carolina, near Chatuge Lake,
98.7
158.9
Lakeview Drive
Lakeview Drive, Mining Gap Trail, Chatuge Lake,
100.9
162.3
Friendship, Georgia
Cedar Cliff Road, State Route #288, Friendship, Georgia, Community of Cedar Cliff, Georgia lies on the north of here on the shores of Chatuge Lake,
102.9
165.6
Junction
Junction Bell Creek Road/State Highway #75, runs along the shores of Chatuge Lake,
103.4
166.4
Hiawassee, Georgia
Hiawassee, Georgia, a town in Towns County, Georgia, located on the shore of Chatuge Lake. Attraction : Fred Hamilton Rhododendron Garden, Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds, Lake Chatuge.
106.1
170.8
Macedonia, Georgia
Junction State Highway #17, Macedonia, Georgia, Community of Presley, Georgia, Community of Mountain Scene, Georgia,
111.3
179.1
Upper Hightower Road
Upper Hightower Road, Community of Titus, Georgia, Little Hightower Creek,
118.9
191.3
State Route #197
Popcorn Road/vickers Road, State Route #197, Moccasin Creek State Park, Southern Highroads Trails Branches out at this location on State Highway #197, a scenic Highway, traveling along Talullah Gorge, Lake Russell, in Habersham County, Georgia, upto Clarkesville, Georgia, a city located in the center of Habersham County, Georgia.
122.0
196.3
Persimmon Road
Persimmon Road, Community of Blalock, Georgia, Community of Persimmon, Georgia,
149.2
240.1
Photo view from highway
Jones Branch Road, Charlie Mountain Road, Lake Burton,
149.4
240.5
Lake Burton
Charlie Mountain Road, Murray Cove Road, Lake Burton,
151.8
244.3
Davis Gap Road
Davis Gap Road, Bridge Creek Road, to, Tiger, Georgia, a town in Rabun County, Georgia,
156.5
251.8
Clayton, Georgia
Clayton, Georgia, a city in Rabun County, Georgia,
156.7
252.1
Photo view from highway
Junction State Highway #2/441/15/USA Highway #76, Mountain City, Georgia, lies on the north along State Highway #15/441. Community of Dillard, Georgia. North highway access to Georgia's Black Rock Mountain State Park. Camping facilities: 44 Tent, Trailer sites RV Campsites - Electrical cable TV hookups, 12 Walk-in Campsites, 10 Cottages (two are dog friendly), picnic area, Visitor Center - Hiking trails - Fishing - Lake Fishing for bass, bream, catfish, perch, trout. Black Rock Mountain is Georgia's highest state park.
161.4
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Rainey Mountain Road
Rainey Mountain Road, connects with Warwoman Road west of Antioch, Georgia,
165.0
265.6
Georgia/South Carolina Border
Georgia/South Carolina Border, On USA Highway #76, ends the Georgia part of the Southern Highroads Trail, and South Carolina part of the scenic route begins. NOTE: For highway travel east via the - Southern Highroads Scenic Byway. See Road Map Highway - South Carolina RV travel guide for driving directions.