Located on Georgias Colonial Coast, this park offers cozy facilities in a beautiful setting. Campsites are surrounded by Spanish moss-draped oaks, while cottages are set near the river. The parks nature center features fish, snakes, turtles and other animals native to this part of Georgia. A nature trail winds through maritime forest and salt marsh, and hikers may see gopher tortoises, fiddler crabs, herons and other coastal birds. Birding enthusiasts will enjoy the two bird blinds that provide close views of painted buntings, redwing black birds, egrets and other species. A boat ramp is popular with anglers who often take to the water before sunrise. Paddlers often see abundant wildlife, such as dolphins and sharks that feed along the rivers edge. During low tide, crabs, snails, fish and other small animals get trapped in tide pools. Guided kayaking trips are occasionally offered by the park. Visitors may venture to the nearby ruins of the tabby McIntosh Sugar Works mill, built around 1825 and later used as a starch factory during the Civil War. Nearby is the ferry and visitor center for famous Cumberland Island National Seashore known for wild horses and mansion ruins.

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