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St Simons Island Public Beach Access
Category: Public Beach Access
 
Address:
12th Street East Beach
St Simons Island, Georgia 31522
 
St Simons Island Public Beach Access
Category: Public Beach Access
 
Address:
13th Street East Beach
St Simons Island, Georgia 31522
 
St Simons Island Public Beach Access
Category: Public Beach Access
 
Address:
14th Street East Beach
St Simons Island, Georgia 31522
 
St Simons Island Public Beach Access
Category: Public Beach Access
 
Address:
15th Street East Beach
St Simons Island, Georgia 31522
 
St Simons Island Public Beach Access
Category: Public Beach Access
 
Address:
16th Street East Beach
St Simons Island, Georgia 31522
 
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St Simons Island Public Beach Access
Category: Public Beach Access
 
Address:
St Simons Island, Georgia 31522
 
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St Simons Island Tide Charts
Category: Tide Charts & Information
 
 
 
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St Simons Island Trolley
{ABOUT US} Since 1993, the St. Simons Trolley Company has conducted the original and definitive tour of St. Simons Island. Exuding Southern charm, Bunny, a genuine Southern Belle provides a hilarously funny, yet well informed narrative of life in the Old South. ​ The drive-by tour includes 27 points of interest including the Lighthouse, one of only three working lighthouses in Georgia; Bloody Marsh, site of the famous 1742 battle where the fate of the Southern Colonies was decided; Fort Frederica, the colonial town and fort settled by General James Edward Oglethorpe; Retreat Plantation, where relics from the slavery era still exist, and a walking tour of the churchyard at historic Christ Church. ​ You will truly enjoy the entertaining and informative narrative of 400 years of island history and folklore as you ride along in the newly refurbished, original, vintage Green Trolley. We also point out the best places to eat, shop, and play. It's the perfect way to see and experience island life, while getting a good overview of the entire island. ​ See and hear over 400 years of history and folklore, on the Original Trolley Tour! The St. Simons Trolley tour is one of the most acclaimed in the South. To enjoy the island in true southern fashion, join us on the St. Simons Trolley.
Category: Transportation
Phone: 912-638-8954
Fax: 912-638-0762
 
Address:
117 Mallery / The Pier
St Simons Island, Georgia 31522
 
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St Simons Island Weather
St Simons Island Accuweather Radar
Category: Weather
 
 
 
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St Simons Landtrust
Mission Statement The mission of the St. Simons Land Trust is to preserve the island's natural and scenic character, and to enhance the quality of life for our island community for present and future generations. Our History St. Simons Island is one of four islands on the southern coast of Georgia known as the Golden Isles. 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 abundant in the creeks and near shore waters. And, just offshore is the calving ground for the North Atlantic Right Whale - the world's most endangered great whale. 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. Since those early days, the Land Trust has preserved more than 776 acres on the island (and another 200 acres in a nearby county). The first parcel of land protected was the Gilbert property on Frederica Road, now the site of the popular John Gilbert Nature Trail which was opened to the public in 2006. Like more than 1,600 land trusts across the country, the SSLT works with willing property owners to preserve their land using tools that include: conservation easements, donations of land and outright purchases of land through tax advantaged "bargain sales." We are guided in our work by our most recent Greenprint - a strategic plan for land conservation on the island - that has established target areas for our work and priorities for transactions. The success of the Land Trust can be directly linked to its strong membership base of more than 1,250 households, with a core group of 350 Live Oak Society members who contribute $1,000 or more each year to help the Land Trust achieve its mission. This, coupled with the Community Partners Program involving lodging, restaurant and tourist-related businesses, provides the income base for the Land Trust to operate and undertake conservation projects. Less than 15% of our total income is used for operations and stewardship of land holdings leaving most Land Trust income for project related work. The Land Trust has been able to leverage donor contributions effectively by taking advantage of an array of federal, state and county funds to help complete conservation transactions. 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 The mission of the St. Simons Land Trust is to preserve the island's natural and scenic character, and to enhance the quality of life for our island community for present and future generations. Donate Today! Every membership makes a difference. GET INVOLVED
Category: Associations
 
 
 
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St Simons Lighthouse Concerts
Held on the oceanfront lawns of the St. Simons Lighthouse, A Little Light Music is a unique experience where concert-goers are encouraged to bring picnics, lawn chairs or blankets to enjoy performances on select Sunday evenings April through September.
Category: Entertainment
Phone: 912-638-4666
 
Address:
610 Beachview Drive
St Simons Island, Georgia 31522
 
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St Simons Seafood
Category: Retail
Phone: 912-634-2646
 
Address:
2463 Demere Road
St Simons Island, Georgia 31522
 
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St. Andrews Picnic Area
St. Andrews Picnic Area is located at the end of South Beachview Drive on Jekyll Island. Overlooking Jekyll Sound on the riverside of the island and the farthest point on Jekyll Island’s beach from Clam Creek Picnic Area, this park provides beach access and is a short walk from Jekyll Point (the southern-most point on the island). This section of beach is very popular for birding, shelling and provides frequent dolphin sightings as they feed along the currents at Jekyll Point. This park offers picnic areas, grills, a walking path, a wildlife viewing platform, restrooms and public beach access. In addition to being a park, St. Andrews Picnic Area is also a historic site and home to The Wanderer Memorial. This memorial is dedicated to the roughly 400 enslaved Africans who were illegally imported upon the Wanderer to the United States in one of the most sensational and controversial moments in Jekyll Island history.
Category: Area Attractions
 
Address:
S. Beachview Drive
Jekyll Island, GA 31527
 
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St. Andrews Picnic Area
St. Andrews Picnic Area is located at the end of South Beachview Drive on Jekyll Island. Overlooking Jekyll Sound on the riverside of the island and the farthest point on Jekyll Island’s beach from Clam Creek Picnic Area, this park provides beach access and is a short walk from Jekyll Point (the southern-most point on the island). This section of beach is very popular for birding, shelling and provides frequent dolphin sightings as they feed along the currents at Jekyll Point. This park offers picnic areas, grills, a walking path, a wildlife viewing platform, restrooms and public beach access. In addition to being a park, St. Andrews Picnic Area is also a historic site and home to The Wanderer Memorial. This memorial is dedicated to the roughly 400 enslaved Africans who were illegally imported upon the Wanderer to the United States in one of the most sensational and controversial moments in Jekyll Island history.
Category: Area Attractions
 
Address:
S. Beachview Drive
Jekyll Island, GA 31527
 
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St. Simons Bait & Tackle
Category: Fishing Guide
Phone: 912-634-1888
 
Address:
121 Mallery Street,
St Simons Island, Georgia 31522
 

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