Sunbury The Coast

Step back in time as you wind through the live-oak lined lane of this historic small town. Popular riverfront resort and restaurant serve up scenic views and local seafood.
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Founded in 1758, the original town of Sunbury was once a thriving port on the Medway River south of Savannah. The coastal town played a major role in the American Revolution; you can learn about the British invations on Georgia in 1779 at Fort Morris State Historic Site. Today, explore the varied wildlife amidst sweeping river views and wetlands during a secluded stay at Dunham Farms. Feast on the fresh local catch at Sunbury Crab Company, one of Coastal Living Magazine's "22 Favorite Seafood Dives for 2013."

Visitor Information Center

5836 Islands Highway
Sunbury, GA 31320

Sunbury Trip Ideas & Inspiration

The dining information on this page is supplied by the Georgia Restaurant Association.