St. Simons Island Attractions

As the largest of all the Golden Isles that run along Georgia’s southern Atlantic coast, St. Simons Island measures 18 square miles and is conveniently accessible by car via the F.J. Torras Causeway. Our beautiful island is packed with activities to enjoy, a large array of accommodations, including vacation rentals, and the breathtaking scenery. The appeal of St. Simons miles of beaches is hard to dispute. Take a leisurely walk through all the local resort areas, or ride a bicycle along the open roads and the bike paths that roam through Pier Village and alongside the marsh at East Beach. The beaches of St. Simons are flat and wide, making them perfect for bike riding and enjoying a picnic. Click below to see some of the amazing activities and attractions around St Simons Island!

Bloody Marsh Battle Site

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Cannon’s Point Preserve

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Georgia Historical Society

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St. Simons Fishing Pier

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Fort Frederica

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Gascoigne Bluff

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Maritime Center

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St. Simons Island Lighthouse

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Wesley Memorial Gardens

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Sidney Lanier Bridge

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Old City Hall

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Jekyll Island Historical District

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Jekyll Island Museum

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The Horton Pond

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The Horton House

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Historic Ritz Theater

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The Emerald Princess

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Georgia Sea Turtle Center

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Epworth By the Sea

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South Island Activities

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Driftwood Beach

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Hofwyl Broadfield Plantation

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Chichota Cottage

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The Georgian Room

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Jekyll Island Wharf

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Nature Center

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Crane Cottage

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