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Georgia State #77 Highway Guide

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Exit 47
Services and fuel at the highway. Junction of Interstate Highway #85 North to Greenville, South Carolina; South West to city of Atlanta, Georgia. Landmarks in Atlanta include - Centennial Olympic Park, Grant Park, Martin Luther King Jr. Center, Oakland Cemetery, Stone Mountain Park, Underground Atlanta.
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0.8
Junction of Highway #59
Access to community of Lavonia, Georgia - South of the highway. Access to Tugaloo State park - North of the highway. Spectacular views of the 55,590-acre Lake Hartwell can be seen from Tugaloo's cottages and most of its campsites. Located in a wooded peninsula. Facilities - 393 Acres, 108 Tent, Trailer, RV Campsites - cable TV hookups, 5 Primitive Campsites.
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1.8
View from highway
Driving South.
1.9
3.1
View from highway
Driving South.
5.3
8.5
Junction of Highway #17
West to community of Lavonia, Georgia and Toccoa, Georgia. Access to campgrounds - East of the highway. Services, gas and diesel - West side of the highway.
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11.8
View from highway
Driving South.
7.6
12.2
View from highway
Driving South.
10.4
16.8
Junction of Highway #51
South to communities of Air Line, Georgia and Bowersville, Georgia.
10.5
16.9
Access to Paynes Creek Recreation Area
North side of the highway. Paynes Creek campground is located on the Tugaloo River arm of Hartwell Lake in Hart Co., Georgia. Paynes Creek offers a total of 44 sites with water and electric hook-ups (30-amp service). 37 of those sites are waterfront - Shower/restroom, dump station.
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View from highway
Driving South to the City of Elberton.
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City of Hartwell, Georgia
Incorporated as a town February 26, 1856, the City of Hartwell is the county seat of Hart County. The city was named for Nancy Hart, a heroine of the Revolutionary War.
12.2
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Junction of Highway #8 and #29
West to communities of Franklin Springs, Georgia, Danielsville, Georgia and Athens, Georgia. Access to Victoria Bryant State Park - West of the highway. Victoria Bryant State Park. Nestled in the rolling hills of Georgia's upper piedmont. Facilities - 475 Acres, 35 Tent, Trailer, RV Campsites, 8 Platform Tent Sites, 18-Hole Highland Walk Golf Course and Pro Shop.
12.4
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Junction of Highway #51
North to community of Reed Creek, Georgia. Access to Hart State Park - North of the highway. Swimming, boating, water skiing and fishing at Lake Hartwell. Facilities - 147 Acres, 78 Tent, Trailer, RV Campsites, 16 Walk-in Campsites, 5 Cottages.
12.4
20.0
Junction of Highway #172
South to community of Bowman, Georgia.
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20.2
Carolina Street
Business section of Hartwell, Georgia.
12.6
20.3
View from highway
Photo view of the business section of Hartwell.
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20.4
Junction of Highway #29 and #8
East access to Anderson, South Carolina.
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26.5
Cedar Creek Drive
East of the highway.
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27.5
Access to Richard B. Russell State Park
East of the highway. Located on a 26,500-acre lake, Richard B. Russell State Park offers some of the state's finest fishing and boating. Facilities - 2,508 Acres, 28 Tent, Trailer, RV Campsites - cable TV hookups, 17 Cottages. Nearby Attractions - Bobby Brown State Park, Watson Mill Bridge State Park, Victoria Bryant State Park and Golf Course, Hart State Park, Richard B. Russell Dam and Lake Georgia Guidestones, Granite Museum.
19.0
30.5
View from highway
Driving South.
19.4
31.2
Community of Nuberg, Georgia
Junction of Highway #77 Spur to community of Sparr, Georgia.
19.9
32.0
Services, gas and diesel
Available at the highway.
20.4
32.8
Elbert County, Georgia
Northern boundary. Elbert County was formed in 1790 from parts of Wilkes County. The fork of the Broad and Savannah Rivers was the site of Fort James, built in the Revolutionary War to protect settlers in the nearby community of Dartmouth.
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35.8
View from highway
Driving South.
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37.2
View from highway
Driving South.
25.4
40.8
Services and gas
East side at the highway.
27.5
44.3
Junction of Highway #368
East access to Ivy, South Carolina. Access to Richard B. Russell State Park - East of the highway.
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45.4
Point of Information
Crossing Beaver Dam Creek. Access to campgrounds at Richard B. Russell State Park.
29.8
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City of Elberton, Georgia - The Granite Capital of the World!
Northern boundary. Elberton area's granite monument production accounts for one-third of total production nationwide. Educational displays, exciting historical exhibits, and artifacts are featured at the Elberton Granite Museum and Exhibit. Visitors are treated to three tiers of self-guided exhibits of unique granite products and antique granite working tools for quarrying, sawing, polishing, cutting, and sandblasting granite cemetery memorials.
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View from highway
Elbert Street. Junction of Highway #72 West to community of Athens, Georgia. Athens attractions; Ripley's Believe it or Not, 'the Tree That Owns Itself', the Double-Barreled Cannon, Georgia's official State Museum of Art. East to Calhoun Falls, and Abbeville, South Carolina. Junction of Highway #17 North to Royston, Georgia; South to Washington, Georgia.
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Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide - S&e
Note; Highway #77 continues South to communities of Vesta, Georgia, Lexington, Georgia and Greensboro, Georgia.