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Also called Howard Gilman Memorial Park, it's the ideal spot to watch the shrimp boats come in, take a stroll along the boardwalks and piers, have a picnic, or witness a stunning sunset. Experience St. Marys by joining us for one of our many community activities that take place seasonally throughout the year in the park.
100 West St. Marys Street
Baseball fields, basket ball court, football field, dog park, skate park, and playground. There is also a pavilion and restrooms. The St. Marys swimming pool with a diving board and kiddie pool area are also here. 900 Margaret Street
This is a public dog park located right next to the St. Marys Rec Park. Fenced with stationary agility equipmnet and benches. All pets should be up to date on their shots.
600 West Ashley Street
This is a public fishing hole located on the North River Causeway. Amenities include picnic tables and trach cans.
320 North River Causeway.
The perfect spot for enjoying the Intracoastal Waterway and maritime forest. Campsites are surrounded by palmettos and Spanish moss-draped oaks, while cottages are set near the tidal river. A boat ramp is popular with anglers who often take to the water before sunrise. Just down the road is the ferry to famous Cumberland Island National Seashore known for secluded beaches and wild horses.
All other Camden County area parks.
This park sits on 4.03 acres and is located west of Kingsland, in a community known as Browntown. Park amenities include screened pavilion with full kitchen, restrooms, basketball court, playground, multi-use field.
146 Temple Landing Rd., Kingsland
This park is located next to the Ralph Bunche Center in Woodbine. Amenities include pavilion with full kitchen, restrooms, playground, basketball court, and football field.
201 15th St., Woodbine
This is park offers recreation opportunities for a wide variety of guests. Amenities include 3 Pavilions (2 are rentable), 2 Basketball Courts, 8 Pickleball Courts, 4 Tee Ball Fields, 2 Playgrounds, one is handicap accessible, 18 Hole Gum Branch Disc Golf Course, and Restrooms.
656 N. Gross Rd., Kingsland
This park is home to the Camden Miracle Field, a special baseball complex for those with special needs. Amenities include Open Air Pavilion, 4 youth baseball fields, 2 tennis courts, Basketball Court, Playground, Skate Park, Restrooms, 1/2-mile walking trail, and a Batting Cage.
583 S. Grove Blvd., Kingsland
Located south of the Kingsland city limits on Highway 17 South. This park is set up as a roadside picnic spot for travelers and residents alike. There are no restrooms at this facility. Amenities include Picnic Tables, Swings, and Playground.
S. Lee St., Kingsland
Located next to the fire station in the area local's know as Tarboro. Amenities include Pavilion with Kitchen, Baseball Field, Basketball Court, Tennis Court, Playground, and Restrooms.
381 New Post Rd., White Oak
Gum Branch nature Preserve is just a few miles inland from Cumberland Island. The Property was originally composed of flatwoods type longleaf and slash pine forest with heavy blueberry and gallberry understory. Now the site of a trail and Disc Golf course. Entrance at Howard Peeples Park.
Gross Road, Kingsland
Home to Woodbine's annual Crawfish Festival, traditionally held the last weekend in April. You can access the Woodbine Riverwalk from here. Access is located off Hwy 17 North, right before the bridge. Overnight docking is not allowed. Amenities include Boat Ramp, Floating Dock, Restrooms, 2 Open Air Pavilions, and Bandstand.
East 1st St., Woodbine
Park is home to Woodbine youth sports teams and is located directly off Hwy 110 in Woodbine. Amenities include Football Field, Baseball Field, Basketball Court, Tennis Court, Concession Stand, Playground, and Restrooms.
410 W. 5th St., Woodbine
This park is the future home of the Kevin Barber Memorial Dog Park. Amenities include a Multi Purpose Field.
320 Crestview Dr., Woodbine
Located on Bedell Avenue/Highway 17, this park, with a grand entrance, offers a walking trail and excercise stations.
Highway 17, Woodbine
This trail is part of the Coastal Georgia Greenway's Rails to Trails program and runs along the old railway in Woodbine from 11th Street north to the Satilla River. The trail offers a paved scenic walk. There are two comfort stations that offer restrooms and water fountains, for you and your dog! (One at 8th Street, and one right before the trail meets the river.) Highwat 17, Woodbine
This park is accessible from I95 on exits 22 and 26. Amenities include Pavilion with kitchen, Baseball Field, Basketball Court, Playground, Restrooms, and Walking Trail (around baseball field).
2059 Spring Bluff Rd.