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Massengale Park offers several miles of fine public beach off Ocean Blvd. to the north and south of the U.S. Coast Guard Station.

Beachfront Massengale Park has picnic and bathroom facilities including showers. Fun activities include Beachcombing, picnicking, biking, bird-watching and nature study.

Because of its extensive use, it has the worn look of a public park. Nevertheless, it provides access to the southern end of East Beach, and visitors who head north from here will experience the best beach the island has to offer. The sand is hard-packed and suitable for biking.

In 1955, the Sea Island Company donated the property to Glynn County for the park.

The woodlands of the park and East Beach, supporting Live Oaks and pines, are remnants of the maritime forest on the Holocene fragment of St. Simons. Because of the younger, poorer soil, this forest is much less diverse, compared with the mid-island forests that are growing on richer, Pleistocene soils found west of Bloody Marsh.

Park hours are 6am until 10:30 pm daily.

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Phone: 912-265-0620 - toll free 800-933-2627 - Fax 912-265-0627
Address: Ocean Blvd., St. Simons Island, Georgia 31522
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