|The Park/Track Entrance is located at: Lat: N33.21.352 - Lon: W082.04.812
Other GPS coordinates for track/park features are listed below.
|Directions to the Diamond Lakes Regional Park which is located in the infield of the old
Augusta International Raceway. The address is: 4335 Windsor Spring Road, Hephzibah,
|The track is located between Hephzibah, Georgia and Augusta,
Georgia on Windsor Spring Road. Follow the signs to "Diamond
Lakes Regional Park". The Park is located in the infield of the
|Highway 415 and Interstate 520 are the same.
|A map of the area immediately surrounding the track.
|From the Atlanta area: Take I-20 to Augusta. Just before entering
Augusta take I-520 East. This Interstate is also called the Bobby
Jones Expressway. At Exit 7, which is the Windsor Spring Road and
Peach Orchard Exit take a right at the first light . This is Windsor
Spring Road. Go approximately 6 miles to Diamond Lakes Regional
Park on your right.
|From the Macon area: Take the best route to US Highway 1. Follow
US Highway 1 to the I-520 East Interstate. This Interstate is also
called the Bobby Jones Expressway. At Exit 7, which is the Windsor
Spring Road and Peach Orchard Exit take a right at the first light.
This is Windsor Spring Road. Go approximately 6 miles to Diamond
Lakes Regional Park on your right.
|From the Columbia, S.C. area: Take I-20 to Augusta. After going
through the Augusta area take I-520 East Interstate. This Interstate
is also called the Bobby Jones Expressway. At Exit 7, which is the
Windsor Spring Road and Peach Orchard Road Exit take a right at
the first light. This is Windsor Spring Road. Go approximately 6
miles to Diamond Lakes Regional Park on your right.
|From the Savannah area: Take the best route to US Highway 25
North. After passing through Waynesboro, Georgia go
approximately 12 miles to the Highway 88 interchange where there
is a red light. Keep going straight about another mile down a steep
hill and you will see Willis Foreman Road on your left. Take Willis
Foreman road several miles to the red light. At the light take a right
and go perhaps 1/2 mile and Diamond Lakes Regional Park will be
on your left.
|Click here for directions from the immediate Augusta, Georgia area.
Enjoy the Diamond Lakes/Augusta International Raceway complex!
|GPS coordinates for interesting features at the Diamond Lakes/Augusta
International Raceway Complex
|Entrance to Park/Track: Lon. W082.04.812 Lat. N33.21.352
|Location of Memorial: Lon. W082.05.122 Lat. N33.21.361
|Former Garage: Lon. W082.05.024 Lat. N33.21.393
|Former Track Start/Finish Line: Lon. W082.05.287 Lat. N33.21.295
|Modern Day Library/Community Center: Lon. W082.05.116 Lat. N33.21.362
|Former Pit Entrance: Lon. W082.05.040 Lat. N33.21.381
|Double "S" Section of the Former Track: Lon. W082.05.732 Lat. N33.21.105
|Turn One (Cemetery Turn): Lon. W082.05.572 Lat. N33.21.480
|Former Race Track Control Tower: Lon. W082.05.238 Lat. N33.21.437
|Lowest Point at Race Circuit (Alligator Hollow): Lon. W082.05.224 Lat. N33.20.943
|Family Cemetery next to Cemetery Turn: Lon. W082.05.572 Lat. N33.21.480
|Tires that lined edge of track: Lon. W082.05.746 Lat. N33.21.206
|Beginning of Pit Wall at Pit Entrance: Lon. W082.05.041 Lat. N33.21.383
|Former track fuelling station: Lon. W082.04.998 Lat. N33.21.388
|Former Golf Green: Lon. W082.05.640 Lat. N33.21.059
|Former Golf Green: Lon. W082.05.579 Lat. N33.21.437
|Former 1/4 Mile Drag Strip: Lon. W082.04.697 Lat. N33.22.186
|Former Speedway Complex Entrance: Lon. W082.04.545 Lat. N33.22.153
|Remains of Entrance Wall: Lon. W082.04.535 Lat. N33.22.115
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|Augusta International Speedway
|Directions to the Augusta International Raceway
|Modern Day Sports Complex: Lon. W082.05.479 Lat. N33.21.227
|Former Golf Green: Lon. W082.05.684 Lat. N33.21.051
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