Georgia State Route 220
|Maintained by GDOT|
|Length:||18.8 mi (30.3 km)|
|Southwest end:||US 378 / SR 47 southwest of Lincolnton|
| SR 43 south of Lincolnton
SR 47 southeast of Lincolnton
|Northeast end:||US 378 / SR 43 northeast of Lincolnton|
State Route 220 (SR 220) is a 18.8-mile-long (30.3 km) state highway that runs southwest-to-northeast in a semicircle completely within Lincoln county in the east-central part of the U.S. state of Georgia.
SR 220 begins at an intersection with US 378/SR 47 (Double Branches Road) southwest of Lincolnton. It heads southeast to an intersection with SR 43 (Thomson Highway), which is located south of Lincolnton. The highway travels northeast until it reaches a second intersection with SR 47 (Augusta Highway, located southeast of Lincolnton). It leads to J. Strom Thurmond Resovoir. SR 220 continue to the northeast and turns to the north-northeast, crosses Strom Thurmond Lake, and then meets its northeastern terminus, an intersection with US 378/SR 43 (Coach Jimmy Smith Highway).
The entire route is in Lincoln County.
|||0.0||0.0||US 378 / SR 47 (Double Branches Road) – Washington, Lincolnton||Southwestern terminus|
|||3.2||5.1||SR 43 (Thomson Highway) – Thomson, Lincolnton|
|||10.2||16.4||SR 47 (Augusta Highway) – Evans, Lincolnton|
|||17.4||28.0||Lake Strom Thurmond|
|||18.8||30.3||US 378 / SR 43 (Coach Jimmy Smith Highway) – Lincolnton, =McCormick||Northeastern terminus|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi