Georgia State Route 63 is a route in northeast Georgia that runs from State Route 59 in southeast Banks County to the intersection of U.S. Route 123 and State Route 184 in Toccoa.
Route Description 
From its southern terminus with State Route 59, State Route 63 travels northward toward Toccoa. Soon after starting from its southern terminus, State Route 63 had an interchange with Interstate 85 in rural Banks County. After the interchange with Interstate 85, State Route 63 continues north in rural Banks county, having intersections with State Route 51, State Route 198, and State Route 184 before entering Franklin County. State Route 63 spends a brief time in Franklin County before meeting up with State Route 106 near the Franklin-Stephens County line. State Route 63 then forms a concurrency with State Route 106 for the rest of its route as the route makes its way to Toccoa. On the way to Toccoa, the route has an intersection with State Route 17. Once in Toccoa, State Route 63 has an intersection with State Route 145 before traveling north to its northern terminus at its intersection with U.S. Route 123 and State Route 184.
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