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St. Marys The Coast

Historic St. Marys, Georgia offers culture, heritage, and outdoor adventure that will ensure a treasured visit. Whether it’s a family vacation, girlfriend getaway or a wedding party there are a variety of accommodations to complement your needs. Live like the locals and wander the streets of the historic district to enjoy unique shopping and coastal cuisine. Hit the St. Marys River for a kayaking or fishing excursion or catch the ferry to Cumberland Island. Hike or bike to explore Crooked River State Park and the McIntosh Tabby Sugar Works Ruins.
  • Downtown St. Marys, Georiga

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  • Archibald Clark House, Circa 1801. Aaron Burr briefly stayed here after his dual with Alexander Hamilton.

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  • St. Marys' Oak Grove Cemetery

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  • Downtown St. Marys

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Gracious hospitality and your "Gateway to Cumberland Island." Easy access from I-95, Via Exit 1 or 3.  This captivating coastal community offers charming hotels and bed & breakfasts, quaint shops, and delicious dining. Historic district treasures include the St. Marys Welcome Center, Georgia Radio Museum & Hall of Fame, St. Marys Submarine Museum, St. Marys Film Museum, Orange Hall house museum and the Georgia Radio Museum & Hall of Fame. Also home to the Cumberland Island National Seashore Museum, Cumberland Island Visitors Center and the ferry departure point for your island adventure. You can enjoy kayaking, cycling, themed train excursions, golf cart tram tours and more!

Visitor Information Center

400 Osborne Street
St. Marys, GA 31558

Visit Website

Phone: 912-882-4000

St. Marys Trip Ideas & Inspiration

  • $2 off admission price per person

    Groups of 10 or more
    St. Marys Express Train Rides
    1000 Osborne Street
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    WILD WEST EXPRESS TRAIN RIDES SHOWCASE HISTORIC ROBBERIES FEBRUARY 13 & 20 ST. MARYS, GA— On October 5, 1892, the Dalton Gang tried to rob two banks in Coffeyville, Kansas. Citizens armed themselves with weapons from nearby hardware stores. When the bandits, with nearly $25,000, emerged from the... > Find Out More