Stretching for more than 100 miles between the Savannah and St. Marys rivers, Georgia’s Coast offers sandy beaches, ocean waves, palm trees, nearly tropical weather, expansive marshes, majestic live oaks and incredible animal species.
Geocaching is a modern day family-friendly treasure hunt that takes you on a tour of the community all by using your phone! Become become a treasure seeking pirate or Indiana Jones himself in search of the crystal skull. Come and discover the hidden treasures of Blackshear and Pierce County!
The Altamaha Waterfowl Management Area at Altamaha WMA consists of 3,154 acres of managed waterfowl impoundments and some 27,000 acres of bottomland hardwoods and cypress-tupelo swamps. The property offers hunting opportunities for deer, turkey, small game, waterfowl, and dove.
AOK Watersports is Georgia's premier shop and school for kiteboarding, kitesurfing, stand up paddleboarding, sailing, surfing, skate, and apparel. We specialize in paddleboard lessons, tours, and rentals. We also offer kiteboarding and sailing lessons through our certified instructors.
Bull River Cruises specializes in group tours exploring the natural beauty and history of Coastal Georgia. From the Barrier Islands to the black water inland rivers, the Island Explorer - a 42-passenger excursion vessel - and the Island Express - 2-20-passenger vessel - provides a unique experience, not soon forgotten.
The Coastal marshes of St. Simons Island, Sea Island, Jekyll Island and Brunswick offer world class inshore fishing year round. Coastal Georgia Inshore Charters can tailor your experience to fit your needs, whether it is targeting specific species (seasonally), artificial lure fishing, live bait fishing or fly fishing.
The Cockpur Lighthouse is on an islet off Cockspur Island, at the South Channel of the Savannah River by Lazaretto Creek. The beacon appears to float at high tide when water covers the islet. As a result of this flooding, access to the lighthouse is most often by small boat or kayak. Crossing by land is not advisable.
The unique par 72 course layout features five par 5's and five par 3's --designed to provide an exceptional golf experience for all levels of play. A choice of five different tee combinations make the course both enjoyable for the occasional golfer and highly challenging for the avid golfer.
The Folkston Funnel is a double track that serves as the main artery for railroad traffic into and out of Florida. Visitors can see trains passing on their way to and from Jacksonville, Florida, in the south, and a split north of town where trains go west to Waycross, Georgia, and north to Savannah.
Georgia's fate was decided in 1742 when Spanish and British forces clashed on St. Simons Island. Fort Frederica's troops defeated the Spanish, ensuring Georgia's future as a British colony. Today, the archaeological remnants of Frederica are protected by the National Park Service.
This beautiful plantation represents the history and culture of Georgia's rice coast. A brief film on the plantation's history is shown before visitors walk a short trail to the antebellum home. A stop on the Colonial Coast Birding Trail, this is an excellent spot to look for herons, egrets, ibis and painted buntings.
Quality produce since 1878. We offer U-Pick fields in season, our own Black Angus beef, and so much more. We have a General Store. We sell our own natural beef, a line of Ottawa Farms jams and jellies, fresh produce in season, and homemade ice cream. We also offer Southern Swiss Dairy natural milk, by order only.
At the southern tip of St. Simons Island at The Lodge at Sea Island Golf Club, this oceanside course places a premium on careful shot selection, recovery, and putting. Offering Sea Island's most demanding layout, Seaside is the host venue for the PGA TOUR's McGladrey Classic.
The course plays to a par of 71. At just under 6,500 yards from the tips, the course is not long by today's standards. The pines, palms and palmetto trees that line the fairways along with some overhanging moss place a premium on driving accuracy.
A breathtaking avenue sheltered by live oaks and Spanish moss leads to the tabby ruins of Wormsloe, the colonial estate of Noble Jones (1702-1775). The interpretive nature trail leads past the ruins along the marsh to the Colonial Life Area where, during programs and special events, demonstrators in period dress exhibit the tools and skills of colo