Heart of Georgia Mega Site is ideally located in the Savannah to Macon/Atlanta Region. Located in the Dublin city limits, Heart of Georgia Mega Site features prime frontage on Interstate 16, affording preferred accessibility to ports, airports and rail lines.
Heart of Georgia Mega Site is located at the intersection of Interstate 16 and Georgia Highway 199. I-16 conveniently intersects with Interstate 75 (57 miles) and Interstate 95 (99 miles). Other nearby major roadways include U.S. Highways 441 and 221.
Port of Savannah, the fastest-growing port in the U.S., is within 110 miles from Heart of Georgia Mega Site, offering a deep-water, full-service international trade port. Located just six miles off of Interstate 16, the port offers 10,000 contiguous feet of berth space, 26 cranes and a 1,200-acre container yard. Port of Savannah serves 11 of the 12 Suez services that call on the east coast.
Port of Brunswick, located within 140 miles, is a fast-growing port specializing in bulk cargo, automobile and forestry shipping. It offers two terminals accommodating over 40 importers and exporters.
The closest airport to Heart of Georgia Mega Site is Middle Georgia Regional Airport in Macon, just 60 miles from the Park. The airport has four runways for passenger travel, plus commercial terminal and hangar facilities. In addition, two international airports within a two-hour drive, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (139 miles) and Savannah-Hilton Head International Airport (115 miles), provide numerous airlines, convenient flight schedules and destinations easily reachable all over the world.
Heart of Georgia Mega Site is served by Georgia Central Railway, with 211 miles of rail. Two connector rail lines, Norfolk Southern in Macon and CSX in Savannah, provide potential connections for rail service to metropolitan areas and ports.