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According to local legend, Native American braves and their maidens would meet under the majestic spreading limbs of this enormous oak. This 900-year-old oak has served as a meeting place for lovers since Indian times. They would meet and kiss their true love under the branches of the tree, hence earning its moniker. It is thought to date from the 12th century.

The tree trunk is 13 feet in diameter, and 3 feet from the ground it branches into 10 limbs measuring 12 to 30 inches in diameter.

The region of Southern Coastal Georgia that is home to Brunswick Georgia and the Golden Isles has long been rich in trees, notably the mighty live oak tree. Many trees from this area were used in the building of famous battleships.

Self-guided Tours
Driving tour maps of Brunswick, St. Simons Island, Sea Island and Jekyll Island are available at the Golden Isles Welcome Center on I-95 off the southbound lanes between exits 42 and 38, at the area's visitor center on US 17 at the Torras Causeway to St. Simons Island and on St. Simons Island in the village area.
Visitor Information - Brunswick-Golden Isles CVB
Phone:
912-265-0620 - Toll Free 800-933-2627 - Fax 912-265-0629
Location - Intersection of Prince St. & Albany St., Brunswick Georgia 31520 - Glynn County
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