Little St. Simons Island, GeorgiaOur seven miles of undisturbed beaches are perfect for sunning, swimming, bird watching and shelling
Our natural, private beaches are perfect for strolling, birding or just relaxing

The Island's Beaches

The Island's Beaches

Our seven miles of Atlantic Ocean beaches are the perfect setting for strolling, sunning and swimming. And for perfect solitude too, as it’s not unusual to spend long hours here and encounter only armies of shorebirds and acres of seashells.
Whether you walk, pedal or ride to the beach, travel light. Our beach pavilion has towels, chairs, lotions, umbrellas and floats.
Guided excursions to the beach to explore the shoreline's bird life, aquatics and ecosystems are a mainstay of the Island's naturalist programs. And seasonal evening turtle walks with a naturalist are among our most popular adventures!

Whether fishing, bicycling or enjoying a naturalist-led tour, our undisturbed, private beaches are the ideal place to unwind
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"There is something extraordinarily spellbinding and even slightly primitive about having miles of the vast Atlantic coastline all to yourself with nary another soul around, just skittering crabs, oodles of shorebirds, and even an occasional loggerhead turtle. This sense of isolation is the secret ingredient of Little St. Simons Island."
–MARY ANN ANDERSON, McCLATCHY-TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE