Quality Inn Kingsland
111 Robert L. Edenfield Dr.
Kingsland, GA 31548
Phone: (912) 576-9400
Fax: (912) 576-9408
A full service skating facility that is open Monday through Saturday for public skating and offers skate rentals and a concession stand on site.
Laurel Island Links is a David Love III design located just thirty minutes north of downtown Jacksonville, in Georgia. Built along the banks of the Crooked River, this challenging layout with its natural beauty and detailed maintenance is a truly wonderful golfing experience. The large, undulating greens and wide receptive fairways combined with four sets of tees, make Laurel Island both challenging and enjoyable to every caliber of golfer. In addition to the course you will also find a beautiful clubhouse, a well stocked pro shop, a huge putting green, a driving range and a friendly, courteous staff. You can call and book your tee time at +1 888 480 7277.
Osprey Cove is a magnificently groomed, links-style challenge on the Atlantic coast. Set among tidal inlets and pristine salt marshes, the course offers a fantastic panorama of natural beauty. In addition to world-class golf you can enjoy easy living in our gated community with clubhouse overlooking a double green and a vast field of marsh to the St. Marys River. Other amenities include tennis, pool and boat dock. Host site of the '93 and '94 PGA Tour Qualifying School, the Mark McCumber-designed Osprey Cove course has been rated 4 1/2 Stars by Golf Digest.
Take a guided kayak tour of the St. Marys River, as well as the surrounding waterways, with this kayak company that also offers paddling equipment.
Whether you're an avid camper or just want to get away from the Internet and television for a few days into the Great Outdoors on a barrier island, Cumberland Island is the place set up a tent. A Sea Camp ranger will assign campsites upon arrival and after orientation. Nestled among live oaks and thick vegetation, they are spaced well apart to ensure privacy and quiet. Besides the free roaming wild horses, there are raccoons, armadillos, wild turkeys, lizards and snakes but they are all part of the "return to nature" experience of camping. Each site has a grill, fire ring, food cage and picnic table. There are restrooms and cold showers, bike rentals and a park ranger cabin. Reservations for summer should be made six months in advance. Transportation to the camp at the second dock is by ferry from St. Marys. Camping is limited to seven days. There are camping fees of USD4 per person per night. Don't underestimate the raccoons; they know how to open anything. - Natasha Lawrence
A 45-minute boat ride from historic St. Marys aboard the Cumberland Queen will take you to the Gilded Age of the wealthy Carnegie family and 59-room Dungeness, their 1880s winter retreat. Forty square miles of beaches, salt marshes, bike trails, a camp ground, a maritime forest, historic buildings and about 150 feral horses draw thousands of visitors each year. Maintained by the National Park Service, guided tours of the grounds are included with the admission fee. The Sea Camp Ranger Station offers a children's program on ecology, wildlife and island history. Bring a picnic lunch, water and a camera.
Take a ride aboard a traditional carriage while enjoying the sights and sounds of Fernandina Beach's tranquil downtown. Renowned for its historic Victorian architecture and landscaping, and there is no better way to experience the town's charming neighborhoods than by buggy. The carriages are pulled by gentle Belgian Draft horses, and led by experienced guides who describe the detailed history of the area to visitors. Each carriage can accommodate up to six people, allowing for a more intimate and custom-tailored tour. It is a fun adventure for kids and adults alike. Prices and hours vary, so call or check the website for more details.
All instructors with this guide company are Orvis endorsed and Master certified, offering casting lessons and fishing instruction, as well as private and group full day or half day charters.
Arnold Palmer designed the golf course and we treat you like "ROYALTY!" This par 72 championship design is wrapped around over ten crisp spring fed lakes lined with coquina boulders and offers elevations over 40 feet. The wild grasses and rolling hills give you a feel of an Old Scottish links Course. Be the first to play one of "The King's" newest Florida creations, North Hampton, an Arnold Palmer Signature Course will offer you an outstanding golf experience.
Based in Fernandina Beach, Hot Ticket offers year-round fresh and saltwater fishing trips, as well as custom nature tours. Offshore fishing expeditions seek king mackerel, barracuda, shark, grouper and tuna among other catches. Charters cruise the inshore waterways, angling for tarpon, sea bass, flounder or whiting. Nature tours are 90 minutes or more, depending on what you want to see, from dolphins and alligators to wild horses and birds.
Specializing in year round fresh and saltwater fishing trips, this guide company also schedules personalized nature tours that are both educational and scenic.
Operating since 1953, the Fernandina Beach Golf Club includes three nine-hole courses: West, with a par of 37, South, with a par of 36, and North, with a par of 35. Teaching pros are on site for personal lessons and instruction. This course boasts of thick stands of oaks and sand hazards. The Atlantic ocean is but just 17 miles northeast of Jacksonville, providing the perfect climate for a few rounds of golf.