Lohana State Route 76 (LOH-76) is an east-west state highway located in Marshall and Wyssoneau Counties in Lohana. It begins at an interchange with Dragoonasag Interstate Route 92 (exit 59) between the towns of Saturday and Summerville, and it ends at a junction with State Highway 99 in Margot. It has been proposed that this route be renumbered as State Route 44, and extended west to National Route 731 in Mytown; the renumbering proposal is part of a plan to eliminate duplicate state highway number designations in Lohana by renumbering the newer routes.
This route has also been called State Route 76S, "S" standing for "southern", but the route is in the west-central part of the state.
- Dragoonasag Interstate Route 92 south of Summerville, Marshall County
- State Route 127 in Marshall County
- State Route 99 in Margot
The highway is a two-lane road for its entire length. It travels along a generally east-west path. Between Summerville and Margot, Route 76 is a rural road passing by fields, farmland, hills, and some forested areas. Its junction with Highway 127 is located in "some of the most beautiful countryside in Lohana", and is known locally as the "Postcard Junction" because of this.