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You can now save money and easily book your tee times at local St. Simons and Coastal Georgia golf courses right here on ExploreStSimonsIsland.com. Featuring golf courses on St. Simons Island, Jekyll Island, Sea Island, Brunswick, Savannah and Coastal GA golf courses and country clubs.
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Shop Official St. Simons Island Gear and Apparel at ExploreStSimonsIsland.com Visit our online store for a variety of quality apparel and accessories for men, women and kids featuring our exclusive St. Simons Island designs.

St. Simons Island Accommodations
St. Simons Accommodations
Visitors to St. Simons Island have a variety of luxury hotels, vacation homes, bed and breakfasts, condos and rental units, historic inns and oceanfront accommodations that will fit most any need or budget.
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St. Simons Land Trust Accommodations
St. Simons Land Trust
Home to more than 12,000 full-time residents, St. Simons is known for its stately live oaks, abundant salt and fresh water marshes, meandering creeks and rivers, and rich history. Spotted seatrout, redfish, flounder and tarpon are bountiful in the creeks and near shore waters. And, just offshore is the calving ground for the North Atlantic right whale - one of the world's most endangered large whale species. Not surprisingly, St. Simons is also a favorite destination for vacationers.

Like so many coastal areas, St. Simons experienced a population boom in the 1990s. Recognizing that the uniqueness of this barrier island would continue to attract new residents and thus be heavily impacted by development, the St. Simons Land Trust was born. Recognition is given to the vision of local leaders such as Ben Slade III, Frances McCrary, and Jim and Jeannie Manning who were the Land Trust's founding members, and the organization's first Executive Director, Catherine Main, who operated the Land Trust out of her home until 2001 when an office was opened on Frederica Road.

The St. Simons Land Trust has become a community institution entrusted with an extraordinary responsibility: to protect our scenic and historic treasures and to preserve the beauty and charm of our island for generations to come.

Since those early days, the Land Trust has preserved more than 1,000 acres (and another 200 acres in a nearby county). We also hold over 300 acres in conservation easements. We are guided in our work by our most recent strategic plan for land conservation on the island that has established target areas for our work and priorities for transactions.
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