Have you taken the Ferry ride to Cumberland Island Seashore? This beautiful national park has 17 miles of untouched beaches and wild horses! Once a personal residence of the Thomas Carnegie family, it is now under the National Park Service.
Visit nearby Okefenokee Swamp. Enjoy a leisure guided boat tour or walk the trails through this natural wonder. During the winter holiday season you can ride the steam engine and enjoy a spectacular holiday light display.
One of Florida's most beautiful beaches and shopping is nearby Fernandina Beach on picturesque Amelia Island. Visit Fort Clinch and the oldest light house in the state of Florida. Visit the popular city of Jacksonville, Fla., only 25 miles south.
Don't forget the historic downtown St. Mary's waterfront, historical homes and park. There's plenty to do near the Fla./Ga. line!
Come stay with us and venture to the 30th Annual Crawfish Festival in Woodbine, GA! Woodbine is located about 10 miles north of our campground. The festival will be Friday, April 24th through Saturday, April 25th. There are all kinds of events scheduled, like a parade, line dance, bluegrass music, and much more. You can check out their website at www. woodbinecrawfish.com or on Facebook!
FREE LIVE ENTERTAINMENT!!!
Arts and Crafts, Amusements
St Marys, GA 31558
"Night of Music" Revue to Showcase the Best of the Best. For two nights only, August 28th and 29th, at 7:00 pm at Theatre by the Trax in St. Marys, Georgia, The Friese Studio of Music & Performing Arts presents their 5th Annual "Night of Music", guaranteed to be a Musical Revue on a Grand Scale.
St. Marys, GA
You do not want to miss this!
The Okefenokee Swamp "The Lights" Annual Light Show. Waycross (Northern Entrance), is about an hour drive from the campground. But well worth the drive. Seven of us "big kids" went last year and we will go back every year. The volunteers of the swamp start putting these lights up in the swamp (really! Not this girl) in October. Get on the Okefenokee Swamp Park Railroad and sit back to enjoy the ride through the swamp. You'll enjoy butterflies fluttering, birds flying, an alligator chasing a duck, marching soldiers and on and on. Fun for all ages.
Please go to their website for details and schedule. We have a copy in the office for your convenience.
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