On the beach, under the gold umbrella, just a three-minute walk from Atlantus, Barry’s Beach Service rents catamarans, sailboats, kayaks, boogie boards and windsurfing boards. The best way to experience the Golden Isles and Georgia's beatiful coast is up close and on the water. Renowned for its unspoiled natural habitats and serene beaches, Little St.Simons Island is a private barrier island located just north of St. Here you'll find 10,000 acres of natural, undeveloped maritime forests and marshlands, 7 miles of pristine beaches and plenty of natural wonders to explore and discover.You can now SAVE UP TO 65% and easily book your tee times at local St.
Accessible by a private boat that departs from Hampton River Marina on the north end of St. Simons Island first opened to the public more than 3 decades ago and has since earned numerous accolades and award from various travel publications and writers. Simons Island at am and return by pm, advance reservations are required.
Made famous by poet Sidney Lanier, these natural treasures are the first thing you'll see as you cross the marshes approaching St. The birthplace of much of our sea life, a kayak or canoe trip offers you the best way to experience the area's natural beauty.
Overlooking the Frederica River, this former Native American campground became Georgia's first naval base during Colonial times.
Named for Gascoigne, who first surveyed the Georgia coast for England.
Built in the 1700s and 1800s, these island treasures provide an historical perspective of colonial and Civil War era Georgia.