|CUMBERLAND ISLAND NATIONAL SEASHORE|
Wild horses, sea turtles, and pristine beaches highlight this former home of the Carnegie family. The revered island is home to Dungeness Ruins and the tiny chapel where John Kennedy, Jr. got married, First African Baptist Church. A visit to Cumberland Island is a breathtaking experience that will leave you in awe. Catch the ferry just 2 blocks from The Goodbread House. Ferry reservations recommended due to restricted visitor limits.
This impressive 3-story Greek Revival mansion is located in the heart of St. Marys just one block from The Goodbread House. Built between 1826 and 1849, a tour of Orange Hall gives you a glimpse of past lifestyles and the extraordinary social life of St. Marys’ heritage.
Surfacing in a converted historic movie theatre on the St. Marys waterfront, the St. Marys Submarine Museum is one attraction not to be missed! See firsthand a working periscope, models of torpedoes, and many displays made from actual submarines. Walls and walls of memorabilia track the history of the submarine. Just two blocks from The Goodbread House.
|CUMBERLAND ISLAND NATIONAL SEASHORE MUSEUM|
Home to many cultural artifacts, the museum features rotating exhibits of life on Cumberland Island. Just one block from The Goodbread House.
|HISTORIC RIVERVIEW HOTEL|
Circa 1916, this historic inn rests on the banks of the St. Marys River (just two blocks from The Goodbread House), and features the area’s most popular saloon Seagle’s Saloon and Patio Bar. Locals and visitors gather daily in the warmth and tradition of old-world charm.
|ONCE UPON A BOOKSELLER|
Charming bookstore filled with literary gems, located right next door to The Goodbread House.
|OSPREY COVE GOLF COURSE|
Located 2 miles East of Interstate 95, on Exit 1. Amid the undisturbed natural beauty of St. Marys River Basin, the Osprey Cove Golf Course was designed and constructed by PGA Tour Champion, Mark McCumber. Rolling greens and sculptured fairways overlook natural salt marshes, mature woodlands, crystal blue lakes, and lush greenery. Listed as one of America’s 100 must play courses, and given four and half stars by Golf Digest, this award-winning golf course offers stunning vistas and challenging play.
|LAUREL ISLAND LINKS|
Municipal golf course located just minutes from St. Marys. The Love Enterprises & Associates team, including Davis Love, III, PGA Tour champion, has designed a traditional style golf course.
|ST. MARYS AQUATIC CENTER|
A special place for kids of all ages water slides and tons of aquatic fun.
|LANGS MARINA SEAFOOD MARKET|
Specializing in Lang’s famous shrimp. Sumptuous lunch and dinners right on the waterfront.
|KINGS BAY NAVAL SUBMARINE BASE|
In 1980, it was named the Navy’s East Coast Trident base.
|CROOKED RIVER STATE PARK|
Located four miles from Historic St. Marys on the south bank of the Crooked River, this park offers fine facilities in a beautiful coastal setting. Full RV hook-ups and tent camping. Saltwater fishing and boating, and pioneer camping site, and a 1.5-mile nature trail for hiking. Venture to the nearby ruins of the famous tabby “McIntosh Sugar Works” mill built around 1825.
“Land of the Trembling Earth”
The Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge is 45 minutes from Historic St. Marys. Extravagantly beautiful, the swamp (nearly a half-million acres), carries you back into the world’s pre-history. Interpretative exhibits, lectures, wildlife shows, boat tours on original Indian Waterways, wilderness walkways, Pioneer Island, native animals in their own habitat, all combine to weave a spell of pioneer American life. Guided and self-guided tours.
|UP THE CREEK XPEDITIONS|
Expeditions through river and streams.
A concrete floating dock situated on Historic St. Marys waterfront, accommodates a luxury cruise liner to a small fishing boat. The marinas have running water, electricity, shower facilities, fuel and provisions. The Dock Mean Low Water is 12 feet. Just two blocks from The Goodbread House.
|ST MARY’S ANTIQUES|
A wonderful collection of antiques in a large building. Located in beautiful downtown St Mary’s.
|CEDAR OAK CAFE|
Great coffee and great food at this beautiful cafe in downtown St Mary’s.
A beautiful collection of repurposed jewelry reworked by hand. Located in downtown St Mary’s.