Located on Jekyll Island and a twenty-minute ride from Atlantus. Ride the wave pool, cruise the slides or relax in the pool from May 10 to September 7. For more information call 912.635.2074 or click on summerwaves.com.
Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge
Kingsland is one of the gateways to this sprawling, 430,000 acre Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, the "Land of the Trembling Earth" and home to hundreds of species of birds and wildlife. Amenities include a welcome center, observation tower, and restored swamp homestead. Visitors can also rent bicycles, picnic, fish, canoe, or take a guided boat tour.
For more information, visit the Kingsland Welcome Center at I-95 Exit 3 or call 1.800.433.0225 or visit online at VisitKingsland.com
The Georgia Sea Turtle Center on Jekyll Island
The Georgia Sea Turtle Center is a functioning hospital for ill and injured sea turtles and is the only hospital of its kind in the state of Georgia.
Little St. Simons Island
A private island accessible by boat. St. Simons Island's north end, offering accommodations for up to 30 guests - a wonderful destination for family reunions and small group gatherings. Little St. Simons Island is located just off the Georgia coast midway between Savannah, GA (SAV) and Jacksonville, FL (JAX). Daily commercial air service is available to those two cities as well as to Brunswick Golden Isles Airport (BQK) via daily jet service to/from Atlanta in nearby Brunswick, GA.
A private boat departs from Hampton River Marina on the north end of St. Simons Island. By car, St. Simons Island is reached from I-95 via Georgia Exits 29, 36 or 38.
Popular activities on Litte St. Simons Island include Birding, Beaches, Boating and Fishing, Garden Walks, Guided Excursions, and Wildlife Explorations.
Jekyll Island, Georgia
Jekyll Island was once an exclusive winter retreat for some of America's wealthiest families. Their exclusive Jekyll Island Club, a collection of "cottages" and a variety of support structures are now a National Historic Landmark, the Historic District is open to the public. Today, owned by the State of Georgia, the island retains much of its natural beauty and offers a wealth of amenities and activities including 63 holes of golf, beautiful beaches, 20 miles of bike paths, mini-golf, nature tours and Summer Waves Water Park.
Take a trolly tour of the island with stops at the Lighthouse, Fort Frederica and Christ Church. The trolley stop is located underneath the big oak tree by the Pier in St. Simons Island's Pier Village near 117 Mallery Street. Just look for the GREEN trolley! Please arrive 15 minutes early. 1.5 Hour Tours. Open Air Trolleys. Book Online or Purchase in Person. Available for Weddings, Parties and Private Tours.
St Simons Land Trust offers a look into the majestic and untouched beauty that is Cannon's Point. Located on St. Simons Island, Canon's Point is one of the last untouched maritime forests on the coast and is in dire need of preservation.
Restaurants and Dining in St. Simons
There's no shortage of great places to eat in St. Simons, whether you prefer fresh, local seafood and our infamous Wild Georgia shrimp, fine dining or more intimate cafes and eclectic bistros, pizza, American cuisine or a variety of Mexican, Italian and Asian restaurants to choose from.