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Shown above: An enhanced Georgia Map from Google, featuring cities, major roadways, and land features.






Shown above is a free printable Map of Georgia.

Scroll down for links to other maps of Georgia, along with facts about the state of Georgia by way of a Map scavenger hunt.

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Georgia is a US state located in the southeastern United States.

The state of Georgia has a total land area of about 59,425 square miles, and a total resident population of roughly 10.6 million.  

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 Georgia map scavenger hunt

    Here are 10 things You can find on a standard Georgia Map: 


  1. The state of Georgia has 588 incorporated cities or towns
  2. The 10 Largest Cities in Georgia are Atlanta (506,811), Augusta (202,518), Columbus (195,769), Macon (153,159), Savannah (144,464), Athens (128,331), Sandy Springs (109,452), Roswell (94,763), Johns Creek (84,579), and Warner Robins (75,797). 
  3. All of the cities, towns, and unincorporated villages in Georgia are contained within the state's 159 counties
  4. The state of Georgia features many rivers. The 5 Longest Rivers In Georgia are the Chattahoochee River (430 miles), Flint River (344 miles), Savannah River (301 miles), Ogeechee River (294 miles), and Coosa River (280 miles). 
  5. The Top 5 Most Visited Places in Georgia (other than state parks) are Savannah, Golden Isles, Athens, Atlanta, and Cumberland Island
  6. Georgia is also home to 50 State Parks
  7. The Top 5 Ranked Universities in Georgia are Georgia State University, Georgia Tech, University of Georgia, Mercer University in Macon, and Emory University in Atlanta. 
  8. Amtrak Passenger Trains serve 5 Georgia cities — Atlanta (Peachtree), Gainesville, Jessup, Savannah, and Toccoa.  
  9. The state of Georgia has 513 known caves. The 5 Most Popular Caves in Georgia are Ellison's Cave and Pettijohn's Cave in Walker County, Case Cave and Sitton's Cave in Cloudland Canyon State Park, and Howard's Waterfall Cave in Dade County. The study and exploration of caves is known as speleology.  
  10. The state of Georgia is home to more than 42,000 farms. The largest one, Plum Creek, spans about 750,000 acres. Georgia's top agricultural commodities are chickens, cotton, eggs, beef, and timber. 




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