205 N US Hwy 301
Jesup, GA 31545
Phone: (912) 427-6800
Fax: (912) 427-3668
Crossties Youth Ministries is located in Baxley and is a Christian organization dedicated to help young people to know God. They regularly hold crusades, musical events and camps. Some of their notable events are Future Now, Change A Life Tour and Veggietales. Renowned Christian artists like Big Daddy Weave, Kutless, Finding Favour and Shine Bright Baby have performed in their concerts.
Darien is a coastal city located in and the county seat of McIntosh County of Georgia. Its placement along the mouth of the Altamaha River made it susceptible to capture and conquest, and the first to do so were the Scottish Highlanders who arrived in 1736 and built this settlement named Darien. The city’s idyllic location and its rich history make it an ideal spot for curious visitors. See the website for more information.
Before getting incorporated as a city in 1935, Waycross was known as Old Nine, Pendleton and Tebeauville. Nestled in the center of Southeast Georgia, it is near the Okefenokee Swamp, a National Natural Landmark. It was founded by Dr. Daniel Lott, Dr. Benjamin Williams, Captain Cuyler Hilliard and Mr. William Bailey. The railroad played a vital role in the birth of this town and still is a crucial part. It is the birthplace of the famous Bubba Burgers. It has one of the largest computerized yards in the nation and is probably the biggest of its kind on the East Coast. Visit the Waycross Visitor Center and the Waycross Ware County Chamber of Commerce housed in an early 20th Century train depot. Some other interesting sites are the Okefenokee Heritage Center, Southern Forest World Museum, Laura S. Walker State Park and Obediah's Okefenok. Downtown Waycross is one of the major attractions as it has many good examples of Spanish Mission architecture and is dotted with distinct shops as well as dining establishments.
Located to the south of Savannah, Ossabaw Island is one of the largest on Georgia's coast. The island occupies 26000 acres (10521.82 hectares) of space, and is a hub of tranquility where you can feel one with nature. Ossabaw Island includes huge covers of marshlands, forests and beaches, making it ideal for a student or a researcher. The Island was used as an educative and artistic retreat by The Ossabaw Foundation in 1961. And 17 years later it was sold to the State of Georgia, who continued to maintain this as an ecological preserve.
Adjacent to Jekyll Island Park, two hotels and beaches, this 128,000-square-foot oceanfront facility contains meeting rooms, ballroom and exhibit spaces, shops, restaurants, bookstores, restrooms and visitor services. It also features electric car charging stations and bike racks. The main venue halls are the Grand Oaks Hall and the Magnolia Hall. With a panoramic view of the beaches, this center offers guests of Jekyll Island an outstanding place to visit while exploring the rest of the historic island.