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Savannah Georgia Map

This Savannah Georgia map displays roads, highways, and things to do. If you want to explore the city in more detail, check out our interactive map provided by Google Maps.

Savannah is located in east Georgia along the North Atlantic Ocean. It borders the state of South Carolina in the north While the Little Ogeechee River outlines its southern border, it’s the Savannah River that delineates its northern border.

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Interactive Map of Savannah

Savannah Georgia Road Map

Interstate Highways: I-16, I-95, I-516

US Highways: 17, 21, 80, 204, Dean Forest Hwy

Expressways/Parkways: Abercorn Expy, Chatham Pky, Harry S Truman Pky, Liberty Pky, Veterans Pky

Major Roads: 37th St, Abercorn St, Augusta Ave, Bay St, Brampton Ave, Broad St, Broughton St, De Renne Ave, General Mcintosh Blvd, Lathrop Ave, Main St, Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Montgomery Cross Rd, Ogeechee Rd, President St, Victory Dr

10 Things To Do in Savannah, Georgia

Savannah is known for its rich history, architecture, and picturesque views. If you ever travel to Savannah, we highly recommend these 10 things to do.

1. Forsyth Park
2. Savannah Historic District
3. Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters
4. Wormsloe Historic Site
5. The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
6. Bonaventure Cemetery
7. Sorrel Weed House
8. Wormsloe Historic Site
9. American Prohibition Museum
10. Temple Mickve Israel Archives

Savannah Georgia Reference Map

Airports: Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport (SAV)

Cities: Bloomingdale, Garden City, Hardeeville, Pooler, Port Wentworth, Richmond Hill, Savannah

Census-designated place (CDP): Dutch Island, Georgetown, Henderson, Isle of Hope, Montgomery, Skidaway Island, Whitemarsh Island, Wilmington Island

Towns: Thunderbolt, Vernonburg

Parks/Forests: Fort McAllister State Historic Park, Lake Mayer Community Park, Skidaway Island State Park, Wassaw National Wildlife Refuge, Wormsloe State Historic Sites

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