Travel Georgia's Scenic Highway 27
Martha Berry Highway (Georgia Hwy 27), also designated Scenic Hometown Highway, is 356 miles long that travels north and south along the western side of Georgia.
Take Highway 27 and see our Georgia Historic Courthouse Tour
It connects Tennessee to the
northern part of Highway 27
consisting of Ringgold, Catoosa County; LaFayette, Walker County; Summerville, Chattooga County; Rome, Floyd County; Cedartown, Polk County; Buchanan, Haralson County; Carrollton, Carroll County, with the
central part of Highway 27
consisting of Newnan, Coweta County; Franklin, Heard County; LaGrange, Troup County; Greenville, Meriwether County; Hamilton, Harris County; Talbottom, Talbot County; Columbus, Muscogee County; Cusseta, Chattahoochee County, to the
southern part of Highway 27
consisting of Lumpkin, Stewart County; Cuthbert, Randolph County; Ft Gaines, Clay County; Blakely, Early County; Colquitt, Miller County; and Bainbridge, Decatur County.
No reason to deal with the frenetic pace of an interstate. Take some time, relax and explore.
Along the way you will find our cultural heritage, no better illustrated than with "Swamp Gravy", the award winning folk life play, as well as beautiful southern stately plantations.
Our historic attractions, with the stories they tell, are no less than exceptional.
And if antique shopping is what thrills you, then expect to be thrilled along the way.
Put your hands on Georgia's rich agricultural heritage with pick your own fruits and vegetables from our farms (seasonally) or just pick up a bunch from the many farmer's markets you will find in most every county along the way.