- Weekend (Per Person): $800.00
Join the Georgia Conservancy for an exclusive weekend stay at the Historic Reynolds Mansion on Sapelo Island!
During the weekend of February 21-13, the Georgia Conservancy will host the Sapelo Island Weekend with the help of our partners at the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, SouthEast Adventure Outfitters, University of Georgia Marine Science Institute, and Sapelo Island Cultural and Revitalization Society.
Sapelo Island, centrally-located on Georgia's 110-mile coast, is an island in ecological transition and is awash with thousands of years of human history and present-day Geechee culture. Today, much of the island is managed by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, and it also is home to one of the last remaining saltwater Geechee communities (Hog Hammock) and the UGA Marine Institute.
The Historic Reynolds Mansion on Sapelo Island is a luxurious island retreat. Home to 13 bedrooms, a bowling alley, billiards room, library and greenhouse, the Mansion is the perfect headquarters from which to explore the island.All meals, beverages, guided-tours, ferry to/from the island, and entertainment are included!
Learn more and register: www.georgiaconservancy.org/sapelo-reynolds-mansion
Join us on a Georgia Conservancy Stewardship Trip to learn more about important location-specific conservation issues, as well as statewide advocacy opportunities. Our goal is simple: Create a connection between some of Georgia’s most precious places and the people needed to protect them.
*Registration opens to Georgia Conservancy members on December 16, 2019 at 5 PM and the General Public on December 18 at 5 PM
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