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Jekyll Island Tram Tour | "Passport to the Century"
In 1886, 53 prominent American tycoons founded the Jekyll Island Club, and members created an exclusive gilded era island retreat on Georgia’s coast for their family and friends. These empire builders shaped our nation and likewise laid the foundation for Jekyll Island’s rich future. Step into their past and experience the legends first-hand with our guided Passport to the Century tour. The 90-minute tram tours take guests through the 240-acre National Historic Landmark District, and include entry into two restored cottages. For additional information, please call the Museum at 912.635.4036. When: The 90-minute tours depart at 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. daily. Where: The tours depart from the Jekyll Island Museum, located at 100 Stable Road. Cost: Adults: $16; Children ages 6 to 12: $7; children under 6 years of age get in free.
Jekyll Island, GA 31527
Jekyll Summer Waves Water Park
Summer Waves Water Park located on Jekyll Island with 11 acres of splashing summertime fun for the whole family! Nine exciting attractions including six water slides, wave pool, lazy river, splash zone and kiddie area. The rides and attractions at Summer Waves are super kewl! Plan your fun filled day with relaxing laps around Turtle Creek, riding the waves of the Frantic Atlantic, or high speed thrills down Pirate's Passage. Anything you choose to do will be a splashtacular good time! Daily Admissions General Admission: $19.95 Junior Admission (under 48” tall): $15.95 Two Day Ticket (Must be used within 5 days of first use) $24.95 Senior Splash (age 60 & older): $10.95 Children ages 3 and under: Free admission with approved swim diaper Night Splash (Weekdays after 3 p.m.): $11.95 Night Splash (Saturday & Sunday after 4 p.m.): $13.95 Children ages 3 and under are admitted free with a swim diaper. Have a group of friends who want to roam our waterpark wonders? Get a special rate for groups of 20 or more. Advance reservations are appreciated. Group Rate: $15 per person plus tax, with a minimum of 20 people. Make the most of your summer with access to the waterpark all season! Season Pass Prices 1 person: $69.99 2 people: $139.98 Family of three: $199.98 Family of four: $250.00 Family of five: $290.00 Additional passes: $58 per person All prices are subject to 6% tax.
210 South Riverview Drive
Jekyll Island, GA 31527
Jekyll Wharf Dolpin Tour
Travel the rivers, creeks, beaches, and sounds observing bottlenose dolphin by boat with a professional crew who all love the water, what they do and have all been doing this for over 10 years. The tours are also sightseeing tours that are fully narrated by the crew. The tour boats for this tour are docked at the Jekyll Wharf Marina, in the Historic District of beautiful Jekyll Island. Rates: $24 for 11 years old and above $12 for children 10 to 2 years 2 years old and under are FREE!! 90 minute tour
Jekyll Island, GA 31527
Jekyll Wharf Marina & Gift Shop
The Jekyll Island Wharf - Gateway to Jekyll Island's Historic District Motor Up to the Jekyll Island Wharf - Just Like Millionaire J.P. Morgan! This is an experience you owe to yourself. Rent a boat for the evening, and, as the sun is setting, casting the Jekyll River in fiery reds and oranges, make a slow approach to the historic Jekyll Island Wharf. Tie up here, and disembark with the family. t this Jekyll Island marina, you'll walk up the pier to the Wharf proper, passing shrimp boats, excursion ships, and private craft on your way to the famous Historic District. If you're hungry, you can dine at Latitude 31 seafood restaurant, which sits directly atop the Wharf. Latitude 31, which used to be a warehouse for supplies and ice in J.P.'s time, has a perfect view of the Inter Coastal Waterway. Come for the awesome seafood, stay for the awesome sunsets! You can dine inside, or, if you're into the waterside ambiance, out on the covered Wharf itself. The Jekyll Island Wharf is also home to the Rah Bar , famous for their shellfish and Wild Georgia Shrimp. There are also some great live bands that entertain here. Right across from the Wharf is the Jekyll Island Club Hotel, with their fine Grand Dining Room restaurant. Walk the Historic District and pretend to be a millionaire, out for a breath of fresh air. The Courtyard at the Crane restaurant is located just down from the Jekyll Island Club Hotel. Try it for great food and a refined dining experience. Hungry for fresh Wild Georgia Shrimp? During the season, 'PaPa's Boat' sells shrimp at the dock, fresh from the water.
Phone: 912-635-3152
366 Riverview Drive
Jekyll Island, GA 31527
John Gilbert Nature Trail
This beautiful land, named Frederica Marsh, was generously donated to the St. Simons Land Trust in 2000 by Dorothy Gilbert. One of its most treasured features is the magnificent live oak in the center of the property, which Mrs. Gilbert affectionately named “John’s Oak” in honor of her late husband John Gilbert. The John Gilbert Trail is the Land Trust’s first interpretive trail. The trail is a natural gem right in the heart of St. Simons Island. As you pass through the four wooded areas, you see the climax maritime forest transition into the marsh border. From this edge there are several points at which you may rest and view the marsh. Look for interpretive signs to learn about the history of the land, the roles of our native vegetation, and the birds and animals that also visit this land. Please respect the environment by leaving each area you visit as you found it. Whether you spend time relaxing and playing on the beach or hiking a nature trail, 'pack out what you packed in'. Thank you for helping us to keep the Golden Isles beautiful! Open daily, sunrise to sunset.
Frederica Road
St Simons Island, Georgia 31522
Kayaking is the perfect way for both adults and children to experience the ecological diversity and stunning beauty of the marshes, inlets, and rivers of the Golden Isles. Rent a kayak or join experienced outfitters (listed below) on kayak tours around St. Simons, Jekyll, Sapelo, Blackbeard and Cumberland Islands, as well as the Altamaha and Satilla Rivers. Year-round kayaking trips are available from two hours to seven day excursions. Even if you have your own kayak and you plan on venturing out unguided, it is recommended that you first stop by one of the outfitters listed below for maps, tide charts, and advice.
Kids Camps
The Golden Isles offers a variety opportunities for kids to have enjoyable and educational activities to participate in during the summer break. From day camps to overnight camps, kids can experience fun, specialized training in activities such as sports, performing and visual arts, nature, and more!
Lady Jane Shrimpin' Cruise
Take a few hours out of the day and spend it aboard Lady Jane. If you like, help Paul Christian (Marine Biologist), Phillip Flournoy (Marine Biologist)or Clifford Credle (aspiring Marine Biologist) sort the shrimp from her catch of Bonnethead , Blacktip, Sand shark, Horseshoe Crab,Puffer Fish, Amberjack, Crocker, Spot, Whiting, Bluecrab, Skate. Want fresh shrimp to eat Then sit back and enjoy boiled shrimp First Mate John Tyre has prepared . If you're worried about bad weather, relax! Lady Jane can preform in protected waters of St. Simon Sound, has a big, air conditioned cabin, restroom, large open decks with ample room for you to walk around and enjoy the views. Why not have a picture with the Captain at the helm of a Real Shrimp Trawler and enjoy the fresh shrimp straight from the water, boiled and served while aboard Lady Jane. Rates: $39.95 per passenger $25.00 kids under 6yrs old 2 hour tour
Phone: 912-265-5711
1200-B Glynn Ave.
Brunswick GA 31520
Lighthouse Trolley Tour
Welcome aboard! We start our tours of St. Simons from foot of the St. Simons Fishing Pier in the Village and Tickets can be purchased at most island hotel front desks and pick up services can be arranged for groups of six or more at your hotel location. Your tours are hosted by Cap Fendig and staff, members of one of the oldest families in Glynn County and St. Simons. The Fendig family has had a large and prominent presence since the late 1800's. History old and new is our heartbeat and passion. Enthuastic, knowledgeable, and fun, our family guides will give you the "inside local knowlege" of the past and present. We make you feel like old family members! For more information, call 912-638-3333 Departure Times: 9:30am & 1:00pm Tour is 90 minutes to two hours long, bathroom breaks provided upon request. All major credit cards/debit cards accepted. Reservations requested due to sell out capacity and or private bookings. For boarding and checkin arrive 30 minutes early at 0 Mallery Street, St Simons, Georgia **the google map address is wrong on your site.
Phone: 912-638-3333
PO Box 20211
St Simons Island, Georgia 31522
Lovely Lane Chapel
The oldest standing Church building on St. Simons Island, Georgia is Lovely Lane Chapel. Formally named St. James Union Chapel, it was built by Norman W. Dodge in 1880. Repaired following a hurricane in 1897, the chapel was deconsecrated in 1911 to be used as a recreation center, and was re-consecrated in 1949 after the Methodist purchased the property. Lovely Lane is named after the site of the 1784 Founding Conference of American Methodism in Baltimore, Maryland. The chapel is currently open to the public for Sunday Worship Service as well as wedding ceremonies. The 30-minute worship service is conducted at Lovely Lane Chapel each Sunday from 8:45-9:15am. Casual dress is welcomed. Please visit the website for more information on wedding ceremonies.
Phone: 912-638-8688
100 Arthur J. Moore Drive, Next to Epworth By The Sea,
St Simons Island, Georgia 31522
Lover's Oak
The Lover's Oak (said to date back to the 12th century) is located at the intersection of Albany and Prince Streets in Historic Downtown Brunswick. According to local legend, Native American braves and their maidens met under the majestic spreading limbs of this enormous oak. As of 2005, the Lover’s Oak was estimated to be 900 years old. The tree’s trunk is about 13 feet in diameter and it branches into ten limbs measuring 12 to 30 inches in diameter. From the plaque at the base of the tree: 1787-1987. The National Arborist Association and The International Society of Arboriculture jointly recognize this significant tree in this bicentennial year as having lived here at the time of the signing of our constitution.
Prince Street, at Albany Street
Brunswick GA 31520
Mallery Park
Mallery Park is located on Mallery Street just north of Pier Village on St. Simons Island. Kings Park, on the east side of Mallery Street, is an extension of Mallery Park. Combined, these parks offer a basketball court, shuffle boards, tennis courts, Butler Fields (three baseball/softball fields), a playground, concession building with restrooms, two grills and many picnic tables. These parks, shaded by mossy oaks, are also host to many antique and craft fairs conveniently located a short walk from Pier Village.
601 Mallery Street
St Simons Island, Georgia 31522
Maritime Center
The Maritime Center makes its home in the Historic Coast Guard Station. Filled with interactive exhibits and galleries, this interesting museum offers an exciting look at coastal Georgia’s natural assets, maritime and military history. Explore seven galleries featuring a variety of hands-on exhibits and activities. The historic U.S. Coast Guard Station at East Beach on St. Simons Island was one of 45 U.S. Coast Guard Stations built around the country by the Works Progress Administration (WPA). Work on the East Beach Station began in Fall 1935. It is believed to be one of only three surviving stations from that era. The station and boathouse had its “First Watch” on April 1, 1937. When the station first opened, the original beachfront was just a few feet from the front door. Today the station is separated from the beach by a large parking lot. On April 8, 1942, a German submarine, U-123, sank two merchant ships, the SS Oklahoma and the Esso Baton Rouge, off the coast of St. Simons Island. Joined by local residents, the coast guardsmen mounted the rescue. In 1995, the East Beach Station was decommissioned and all local Coast Guard operations were moved to mainland Brunswick. A brand new Coast Guard Station was completed in 2005, just to the east of the Sidney Lanier Bridge.
Phone: 912-638-4666
Fax: 912-638-6609
4201 1st Street, PO Box 21136
St Simons Island, Georgia 31522
Marshes of Glynn Overlook Park
The Marshes of Glynn Overlook Park is a fine vantage point for viewing some of the vast and beautiful marshlands and river networks that flank Brunswick and much of coastal Georgia. This park offers a fishing pier, picnic tables, and an educational pavilion donated by Georgia Department of Natural Resources. The educational pavilion provides information panels about local history, wildlife and the marsh ecosystem. Enjoy beautiful views overlooking the famous Marshes of Glynn. Pack a picnic lunch or simply stop to snap a picture of the marshlands that inspired the name, Golden Isles. The Lanier Oak is located across the street from the Marshes of Glynn Overlook Park, in the median of U.S. Highway 17. This grass island along the highway is also considered part of the park and has a small pull-over/parking area to visit the Lanier Oak. Under this tree during the 1870's, Georgia poet Sidney Lanier stood and, viewing the landscape, was inspired to write The Marshes of Glynn, considered his finest poetry. NOTE: There are NO restrooms at this park.
Brunswick GA 31525
Massengale Park
Massengale Park is a nicely shaded picnic area and playground, located along Ocean Blvd on St. Simons Island, and a beach access point to East Beach. This park offers many oak-shaded picnic tables, four grills, a children’s playground, public restrooms, outdoor showers and two public beach access points to East Beach. Parking is available for visitors to Massengale Park and the beach.
St Simons Island, Georgia 31522

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