A relaxing escape, the Georgia Coast has it all from miles of shoreline and windswept dunes to historic ports and towns.
Discover the many possibilities:
- Enjoy – Luxury resorts and sandy beaches
- Discover – Historic forts and lighthouses
- Explore – Trails and museums
A place of natural and cultural wonders, the Georgia Coast has something for everyone, making it a popular vacation destination.
The Okefenokee is a significant part of America’s heritage, a beautifully preserved segment of what was here when America began. Located in the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, the Okefenokee Swamp Park is a convenient point of entry and a magnificent show-window for this natural wonderland. The park’s lily-decked water trails, with their miraculously reflective waters mirroring the overhanging beauty, lead to all points in this vast wilderness of islands, lakes, jungles, forest and prairies.
St. Simons Island captivates visitors with remarkable beauty and fascinating history. Lovely beaches, 99 holes of golf, acres of tennis courts, miles of bike trails, and countless shops and restaurants.
Tybee Island – sand, sea and salty breezes have a charm all their own, but when combined with a dash of history, fresh local cuisine and an array of outdoor adventures there’s a guaranteed draw to Tybee Island. Tybee Island is located 20 minutes from Historic Savannah, Georgia’s First City. This barrier island boasts 5 miles of beaches backed by sea oat-covered sand dunes that are perfect for sunbathing, people-watching and frolicking in the sand and surf of the Atlantic Ocean. Tybee Island meant “salt” to Native Americans who once inhabited the island, but today the name brings to mind a splendid setting to be enjoyed by the whole family.
Savannah! It’s more friendly than formal here in Savannah. Whoever you are, wherever you’re from, we’ll welcome you with true Southern hospitality, just as we’ve been welcoming guests since 1733. Hip and historic, robust and refined, Savannah is where you’ll find amazing architecture, spooky cemeteries and rich history—along with global sophistication, funky nightlife and fabulous food. It’s where history resonates into the present day.
Jekyll Island is a barrier island on Georgia’s coast – midway between Jacksonville, Fla. and Savannah, Ga. Accessible by car just minutes from I-95, Jekyll Island offers a variety of amenities, including 10 miles of beach, four golf courses, a 250-acre Historic Landmark District, the Georgia Sea Turtle Center, Summer Waves Water Park, tennis center, an array of lodging options including hotels, cottages and campgrounds. Owned by the State of Georgia, and managed by the Jekyll Island State Park Authority, Jekyll Island has had development limited to just 35 percent of its available land area.
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