The Island is known for its many fine restaurants from casual to formal,
seafood to steak, Oriental to Mexican, fast food to gourmet there?s a
scrumptious array to choose from. A variety of nightlife is available whether
you enjoy jazz or beach music. There is community theatre, a cinema and
sunset cruises. Shopping on the Island is a fun-filled experience with
everything from unique gift shops to boutiques, numerous antique shops
and art galleries.
Golf is a favorite year round past time on St. Simons. For the true sports
enthusiasts there are endless possibilities. In addition to golf there is
tennis, boating, and in and off shore fishing. The Island has miles of bike
paths that provide an alternative way to leisurely get around on the Island
and coexist with nature.
A gleaming white lighthouse still guides ships into the St. Simons Sound
while standing guard over the village and fishing pier. On the north end of
the Island, Fort Frederica and Christ Church are picturesque reminders of the
colonial and plantation eras. Old ironsides? mast was cut from the beloved
live oak trees. Renowned author Eugenia Price, wrote a trilogy about the
Island and its history that best describes the affections that people have
for this special place on the Georgia coast.