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Browntown Wilderness Park is a 21.7 acre park that offers a basketball court, a multi-use field, a playground, a pavilion, and restroom facilities.Open: Monday-Thursday at 5am-9pm, Friday at 5am-7pm, Saturday at 8am-6pm and closed on Sunday. Phone: 912-729-5600 - Located west of the Kingsland city limits on Temple Creek Road, Kingsland Georgia
Camden County Recreation Center - The complex has a weight room, aerobics room, basketball courts, raquetball courts, locker rooms, meeting facilities and a heated swimming pool. Camden County Baseball Complex - Complex is adjacent to Camden County Recreation Center. It has 2 baseball fields, 2 girls softball fields and restroom facilities, along with a concession stand and press box. Open: Monday-Thursday at 5am-9pm, Friday at 5am-7pm, Saturday at 8am-6pm and closed on Sunday. Phone: 912-729-5600 - Located on Wildcat Drive, Kingsland Georgia - just behind the Camden County High School.
Cornelia Jackson Memorial Park - This 7-acre park has a screened pavilion with a full kitchen, lighted basketball court, football field, large playground, picnic tables, grills and restrooms. This park is very popular with the Woodbine residents. The pavilion can be used for family gatherings, cookouts, or birthday parties. Open: Monday-Thursday at 5am-9pm, Friday at 5am-7pm, Saturday at 8am-6pm and closed on Sunday. Phone: 912-729-5600 - Located: on 15th St., Woodbine Georgia
Little Catfish Creek Park - Has a playground and picnic tables. Open: Monday-Thursday at 5am-9pm, Friday at 5am-7pm, Saturday at 8am-6pm and closed on Sunday. Phone: 912-729-5600 - Locatedsouth on Hwy 17, outside the city limits of Kingsland Georgia
Crooked River State Park - Located on Georgia's Coast, this park offers cozy facilities in a beautiful setting. Campsites are surrounded by Spanish moss-draped oaks, while cottages are set near the river. A nature trail winds through maritime forest and salt marsh, and hikers may see gopher tortoises, fiddler crabs, herons and other coastal birds. The park's nature center features fish, snakes, turtles and other animals native to this part of Georgia. A boat ramp is popular with anglers who often take to the water before sunrise. Birding enthusiasts will enjoy the large bird blind that provides close views of painted buntings, redwing black birds and other species. Visitors may venture to the nearby ruins of the tabby "McIntosh Sugar Works" mill, built around 1825 and later used as a starch factory during the Civil War. Nearby is the ferry and visitor center for famous Cumberland Island National Seashore known for wild horses and mansion ruins. Open at 7 am - 10 pm.Phone 912-882-5256 - Address: 6222 Charlie Smith Sr. Hwy, St. Marys Georgia 31558
Wild Horses and Historic Ruines at Cumberland Island GA
Cumberland Island is the largest and southernmost barrier island in Georgia, offering guests over 17 miles of secluded white, sandy beaches. Wild horses and other island wildlife roam freely throughout the ruins and along the beach. The island is a complex ecological system of interdependent animal and plant communities. A system of foredunes protects the interdune meadow and shrub thickets. You must take a ferry to get to Cumberland Island. It is well worth the trip. Click here for pictures and more information on Cumberland Island Georgia.
Cumberland Island Ferry - This is your connection to "America's Most Beautiful Wilderness Beach," The 45 minutes ferry ride to Cumberland Island gives you just enough time to immerse yourself in that euphoric feeling of being on with the great outdoors.
Phone: 912-882-4335 or 888-817-3421 - Location: St. Marys Street, St. Marys Georgia
Dungeness Ruins - Revolutionary War Hero General Nathanial Greene purchased land on Cumberland Island in 1783. Following his death, his widow Catherine Greene, constructed a four-story tabby home that she named Dungeness. Thomas Carnegie and his wife Lucy began building another Dungeness on the original foundation in 1884. The Carnegie’s Dungeness burned in 1959 and today only the ruins remain on the site. Located on Cumberland Island Georgia - Phone: 912-882-4335 or 888-817-3421
Gilligan's Island - Gilligan's Island is one of Camden County's best kept secrets! This 57-acre park features trails through the native & pristine Georgia habitat, as well as a cool, spring-fed lake ideal for swimming, canoeing, or kayaking. This 57-acre park features trails through the native & pristine Georgia habitat, as well as a cool, spring-fed lake ideal for swimming, canoeing, or kayaking. It is includes a lake complete with an island. Phase I of the park is open, which includes a boat launch for non-gasoline powered boats, picnic tables, an open pavilion, a screened-in pavilion with a nearby grill, and the start of our nature trail. With further development, we hope to add a dog park, continue the nature trail all the way around the pond, have a camp site and horse trails, and complete restroom facilities. Phone: 912-729-5600 - Located: St. Mary's right across from Hippo Storage, St. Marys Georgia
Harriett’s Bluff Community Park - This 21 acre park is one of our newer facilities. It offers an octagon-shaped screened in pavilion with full kitchen facilities, restrooms, picnic tables scattered throughout the park, a basketball court, a tennis court, and a nature trail. Harriett’s Bluff Boat Ramp offers public access to the St. Mary’s River and a floating fishing dock. Open: Monday-Thursday at 5am-9pm, Friday at 5am-7pm, Saturday at 8am-6pm and closed on Sunday. Phone: 912-729-5600 - Located: off of Harriett’s Bluff Road, Woodbine Georgia
Howard Gilman Memorial Park - The newest addition in St. Marys, the park officially opened on June 30, 2001 but it wasn't until 4 days later the park would see its first real guests. On July 4th it was standing room only as thousands of area residents packed the newly opened waterfront park to catch a glimpse at the 33rd annual fireworks display. What better way to celebrate the Nations Birth and the opening of a waterfront park than a spectacular display of color and beauty. Phone: 912-882-4000 or toll free 800-868-8687- Address: St. Marys Street, St. Marys Georgia 31558 - Directions: I-95, Exit 3 turn left on Hwy 40 east about 9 miles.
Howard Peeples Park - Amenities: 18 acre park that includes 3 pavilions with picnic tables, 2 basketball courts, 4 lighted tennis courts, 2 softball fields, a large playground, 3 covered pavillions and restroom facilities. This park is very popular with the public. Open: Monday-Thursday at 5am-9pm, Friday at 5am-7pm, Saturday at 8am-6pm and closed on Sunday. Phone: 912-729-5600 - Located on Gross Road, Kingsland Georgia
Lake at Crooked River State Park
Kingsland Lions Park is a 12.4 acre park that offers 3 pavilions, 4 baseball fields, 4 t-ball fields, 2 lighted tennis courts, 1 basketball court, a playground and 4 separate restroom facilities. This park stays busy during our baseball season. Open: Monday-Thursday at 5am-9pm, Friday at 5am-7pm, Saturday at 8am-6pm and closed on Sunday. Phone: 912-729-5600 - Located on South Grove Boulevard in Kingsland Georgia
Little Catfish Creek Park covers 4.1 acres and offers travelers and residents alike a roadside picnic spot. Amenities include picnic tables, swings and a playground. Open: Monday-Thursday at 5am-9pm, Friday at 5am-7pm, Saturday at 8am-6pm and closed on Sunday.
Phone: 912-729-5600 - Located: off of Highway 17, south of Kingsland city limits, Kingsland, GA
Maple Ford Park is a 40 acre park that has a screened in pavilion, baseball field, basketball court, volleyball court, playground and restrooms. Open: Monday-Thursday at 5am-9pm, Friday at 5am-7pm, Saturday at 8am-6pm and closed on Sunday.
Phone: 912-729-5600 - Located on Spring Bluff Road in Waverly, Woodbine Georgia
Mary B. Smart Park is called "Tarboro" by the locals. It sits on 17 acres and offers a baseball field, a basketball court, tennis court, playground and restrooms. Open: Monday-Thursday at 5am-9pm, Friday at 5am-7pm, Saturday at 8am-6pm and closed on Sunday.
Phone: 912-729-5600 - Located on Old Post Road in Woodbine Georgia
McIntosh Sugar Mill Park is a historic landmark on 36 acres of land. Picnic tables are available to use at this park. Open: Monday-Thursday at 5am-9pm, Friday at 5am-7pm, Saturday at 8am-6pm and closed on Sunday. Phone: 912-729-5600 - Located off of Hwy Spur 40, St. Marys, GA
Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge - In southern Georgia and northern Florida there is a very special place, one of the oldest and best preserved freshwater systems in America. Timucuan Indians called it Okefenoka, meaning “Land of the Trembling Earth”. Now this place, where earth, air, fire and water continuously reform the landscape, is preserved within the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, created in 1936 to protect wildlife and for you to explore.
Point Peter Pond is a 9 acre piece of property has a nice stocked fishing pond for the public’s enjoyment. Open: Monday-Thursday at 5am-9pm, Friday at 5am-7pm, Saturday at 8am-6pm and closed on Sunday. Phone: 912-729-5600 - Located: off of North River Causeway, St. Marys Georgia. Directions: Exit 3 from I-95 go east on Hwy 40, then go to the traffic light at Dilworth and Point Peter. Turn left onto Point Peter an go approx.1 mile to New Point Peter Rd. Turn right the pond is a 1/4 mile on the left.
Satilla River Waterfront Park - This is a beautiful waterfront park located on the shore of the Satilla River, right off of Hwy 17 N. It is 3.2 acres of waterfront property. It offers two pavilions, a public boat ramp, floating fishing dock, and restrooms. There is also a covered picnic area & small stage. This waterfront park also offers a Boardwalk along the Satilla River and a concrete walkway along the old railroad right of way through Woodbine, know as the Riverwalk. Click on the link above for information on the Satilla River. Open: Monday-Thursday at 5am-9pm, Friday at 5am-7pm, Saturday at 8am-6pm and closed on Sunday. Phone: 912-729-5600 - Located: on the southeastern side of the US 17 bridge, Woodbine Georgia
Spring Bluff Boat Ramp - Located near the Camden/Glynn County line - off of Hwy 17 N., Waverly Georgia - Phone: 912-729-5600
St. Marys Civic Park is a 32 acre park include a pavilion, a baseball field, a girls softball field, 4 t-ball fields, 2 basketball courts, 2 tennis courts, a playground, and restrooms. This park is very popular on weekends. Many people reserve the pavilion for birthday parties. Open: Monday-Thursday at 5am-9pm, Friday at 5am-7pm, Saturday at 8am-6pm and closed on Sunday.
Phone: 912-729-5600 - Located on Herb Bauer Drive in St. Marys Georgia
St. Marys Rec Authority Park - St. Marys Pool is a 24 acre park has lots to offer including three baseball fields, a football field, a playground, 2 pavilions, and restrooms. There is also a public pool that is open from Memorial Day weekend thru Labor Day weekend, complete with slide, diving board, kiddie play area, restrooms, and shower area. Water aerobics are offered here also. Open: Monday-Thursday at 5am-9pm, Friday at 5am-7pm, Saturday at 8am-6pm and closed on Sunday. Phone: 912-729-5600 - Located off of Margaret Street in St. Marys, GA
Sweetwater Park is a 7 acre park has 4 tennis courts, a multi-use field, 2 basketball courts, playground equipment with swings and restrooms. Open: Monday-Thursday at 5am-9pm, Friday at 5am-7pm, Saturday at 8am-6pm and closed on Sunday. Phone: 912-729-5600 - Located on Point Peter Road, St. Marys Georgia
Temple Landing Boat Ramp Park covers 3.3 acres and has a public boat ramp that accesses the St. Marys River, a floating fishing dock, and restrooms. Open: Monday-Thursday at 5am-9pm, Friday at 5am-7pm, Saturday at 8am-6pm and closed on Sunday. Phone: 912-729-5600 - Located at the end of Temple Creek Road, right down from the Wilderness Park, Kingsland, GA
White Oak Boat Ramp sits on 1 ½ acres and offers a dock and boat ramp that accesses the Satilla River. Open: Monday-Thursday at 5am-9pm, Friday at 5am-7pm, Saturday at 8am-6pm and closed on Sunday. Phone: 912-729-5600 - Located: off of Hwy 17 North in White Oak, Woodbine Georgia
Woodbine 110 Community Park - 8.4-acre park with a baseball field, a football field, lighted tennis court, basketball court, playground and restrooms. Open: Monday-Thursday at 5am-9pm, Friday at 5am-7pm, Saturday at 8am-6pm and closed on Sunday.
Phone: 912-729-5600 - Located: off of Highway 110 in Woodbine Georgia
Woodbine Lions Park is a 5.2 acre park with two baseball fields. Open: Monday-Thursday at 5am-9pm, Friday at 5am-7pm, Saturday at 8am-6pm and closed on Sunday. Phone: 912-729-5600 - Located: on the corner of Brewster Avenue and Crestview Drive, Woodbine Georgia
Woodbine Nature Trail is a concrete walkway that is lighted and extends over the marshlands and then connects to a boardwalk along the Satilla River that ends at a gazebo. There are benches situated along the way for those who want to rest and enjoy the scenery.
Phone: 912-729-5600 - Located: on Highway 110 in Woodbine Georgia
Gilligans Island at St. Marys GA
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