Eco water taxi experiences between Fernandina Beach, Fla. and St Marys, Georgia.
Perfect for the day rider or the serious road rider looking for their EAST COAST GREENWAY CONNECTION.
St. Marys - A 20 mile roundtrip from St. Marys Waterfront to Crooked River State Park, or shorter trips around the historic district.
Fernandina/Amelia Island - Over 23 miles of paved trails. Beach access, a large historic district, and home to Fort Clinch.
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1929 Osborne Rd. 912-576-9696
This park offers cozy facilities in a beautiful setting. Campsites are surrounded by Spanish moss-draped oaks, while most cottages overlook the river. Hikers and Bikers can explore the nature trails, which winds through maritime forest and salt marsh. A boat ramp is popular with anglers who often take to the water before sunrise.
3092 Ga. 40 Spur (Charlie Smith Sr. Hwy) 912-882-5256
Requires ferry transporation to the island. check schedule and availability. Bikes are a great way to get around the Island. Be prepared with a map and know the distance of your destination. All bikes must stay on designated roads and are not allowed on Park trails. Bikes are allowed on the ferry for a fee and space is limited. Bike transportation is offered on a first come first serve basis. Adult bikes can be rented on the Island on a daily basis or overnight to campers. Rentals are first come, first serve, limited quantity.
A few miles west of St. Mary’s and Cumberland Island. It is in the upper reaches of Gum Branch, a creek flowing eastward to waters of the Crooked River and Cumberland Sound. You’ll see flatwoods type long-leaf and slash pine forest with heavy blueberry and gallberry under-story. Camden PSA has set up a disc golf course on the paths. the entrance is at Kingland's Howard Peeples Park on Gross Road.
An 11-mile bike and mult-use path from St. Marys Waterfront Park to Crooked River State Park. Comfort stations are located at Sweetwater Park on Pt. Peter Road and at the McIntosh Sugar Mill Ruins on Ga Spur 40 (across from the Stimson Gate of NSB Kings Bay). Restrooms and a Bike Repair Station are located at the St. Marys Waterfront Park.
Paths are still in progress along the route.
A great place to walk, run, or bike. Part of the Georgia Coast Rail-Trail. This 3-mile segment offers scenery changes from wetlands, to live oaks, to Victorian homes. You can also enjoy the Satilla River Waterfront Park at the northern end, where you'll find a boardwalk observation pier that was once a railroad trestle.
Part of the EAST COAST GREENWAY and Coastal Georgia Greenway.
Satilla River Waterfront Park on E. 1st Street in Woodbine. website
This nature trail is a part of the Rails to Trails initiative, the EAST COAST GREENWAY, and the Coastal Georgia Greenway. It can be accessed from Hwy 17 S coming from Brunswick at Hwy 252 in White Oak, at Refuge Road right outside of Woodbine, or at several other intersections spaced along Hwy 17 between White Oak and Waverly. The total length of the trail is 6.1 out and back and it has a number of well-maintained path surfaces, including some gravel.