• Little St. Simons Island

    Little St. Simons Island is 15 minutes by boat from St. Simons Island, but in character it's a world apart. The...Read More
  • Jekyll Island

    For 56 winters, between 1886 and 1942, America's rich and famous faithfully came south to Jekyll Island. Through...Read More
  • Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge

    Larger than all of Georgia's barrier islands combined, the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge covers 700 square...Read More
  • Sapelo Island

    The fourth-largest of Georgia's coastal isles—and bigger than Bermuda—Sapelo Island is a unique community in North...Read More
  • St. Simons Island

    St. Simons may be the Golden Isles' most developed vacation destination: here you can swim and sun, golf, hike,...Read More
  • Sea Island

    Tiny Sea Island—with a full-time population of less than 400—is one of the nation's wealthiest communities. Established...Read More
  • Cumberland Island

    Cumberland, the largest of Georgia's coastal isles, is a national treasure. The 18-mile spit of land off the coast...Read More