With an Island map in hand, or with one of our skilled naturalists leading the way, exploration and adventures fill your days on Little St. Simons Island.
Located on the Atlantic Migratory Flyway, our Island is a prized paradise for avid and casual birders. Click here for more info on birding on the island.
For anglers (avid and first-timers), there’s always something biting in the surf, creeks or off the dock; and our tackle shack is ready with all the necessary poles, tackle and bait you’ll need. Click here for more info on fishing on the island.
Stroll or pedal along the surf line where sea shells are many and footprints few. Click here for more info on beach activities.
Hike or bike amid miles of hushed, forested trails and sandy roads.
Discover intimate perspectives on waterfowl and marine life from a canoe, kayak or motorized skiff along a tidal creek. Click here for more info on boating activities.
As one would expect on an island that is the private domain of no more than 32 overnight fellow explorers, there is an abundance of serenity and restorative solitude on Little St. Simons Island.