St. Simons Island captivates visitors with remarkable beauty and fascinating history. Lovely beaches, 99 holes of golf, acres of tennis courts, miles of bike trails, and countless shops and restaurants. Historic remnants of bygone eras, including the St. Simons Island Lighthouse (a working lighthouse in operation since 1872) the Bloody Marsh, Fort Frederica National Monument, historic Christ Church, and the sites of antebellum plantations dot the Island. Treasures are found 'round every bend on this, the largest of the Golden Isles.
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Beachview Drive - Neptune Park Neptune Park
St. Simons Island, GA 31522
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St. Simons Island Travel Guides
Capt. C. Charters
Fishing Charters, dolphin cruises, nature safaris with Capt. C. Wynn.
313 Mallery StreetView on Map
912-638-6732Canoe/kayak rentals/sales and tours of St. Simons, Jekyll, Cumberland and Sapelo islands. Also tours of Altamaha and Satilla Rivers, Okefenokee Swamp. Birding and photography... Find Out More
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Fall Birding Days 2015The Lodge on Little St. Simons Island1000 Hampton Point DriveView on Map
Celebrate the fall migration on Little St. Simons Island! Guest ornithologists join our staff naturalists on tours highlighting the abundance of species that flock here during this special time. September 24 - 30, 2015. Arrive September 24 or 27 for three nights or stay for all six! Availability is... > Find Out More