5252 New Jesup Highway
Brunswick, GA 31523-1211
Phone: (912) 264-4033
Fax: (912) 267-1314
The Palmetto Cemetery is one of the major burial places and the largest in the city. It is well maintained by its caretakers and the cemetery's office is responsible for its administration.
Golfing experience at the Coastal Pines Golf Club is simply wonderful with the amazing facilities offered here along with the beauty of the course. Golfers can enjoy a good game amidst picturesque surroundings at this 18-hole course. The club also offers light refreshments.
Located in the city of Brunswick, the Blythe Island Regional Park offers recreational facilities for the public. With 1100 acres (445.1542 hectares) of open space and proximity to the South Brunswick River, this place is also is great for fishing. It has a playground and a few picnic spots where you can enjoy a meal with your family or friends.
Marshes of Glynn Overlook Park is located in the city of Brunswick and offers an extensive view of the salt marshes lying in close proximity to it. Have a great time at the fishing pier or relax with your family at the picnic tables.
The Old City Hall in Brunswick can be dated back to 1886 and has a mixture of Italian and Roman architecture. The hall is available on hire for private events and weddings.
Situated in the city of Brunswick, the Lover's Oak has been a magnificent tree providing shade to the weary travelers. This tree has a huge canopy with its massive trunk swathed in Spanish moss. Come here and be mesmerized with its beauty.
This beautiful historic site on the Altamaha River goes back to the 1800s and is an exemplary example of antebellum life and the rice culture along the Georgia coast. A museum features furnishings, china and other items used during the period. Visitors can view a short film about the history of the site before taking a tour of the house. A circular nature trail also allows visitors to see wildlife, birds and the former rice marshes. There is a small gift shop. Visitors are welcome to bring food as there are picnic tables dotted around the property. The plantation is closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and New Year's Day. The property was left to the State of Georgia in 1973 and is now part of and managed by the Georgia State Parks organization. -Natasha Lawrence
Spanning across the picturesque Brunswick river, the Sidney Lanier Bridge opened in 2003. The bridge is the longest one in Georgia and was named to commemmorate the famous poet Sidney Lanier.
The Fort Frederica National Monument is nestled within the St. Simons Island, Georgia. It features and conserves the ruins of the fort and its surrounding town. This monument is incorporated in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
After passing through the entrance gate toward Jekyll Island, the first stop for any visitor is the Jekyll Island Welcome Center. It offers brochures, pamphlets, maps and all things relating to Jekyll Island. Friendly attendants will gladly answer questions about what's happening on the island and offer assistance to newcomers. There is a playground for children to play on and a viewing platform where you can see the Port of Brunswick, Sidney Lanier Bridge and St. Simons Island. Restrooms are available as well as vending machines. -Natasha Lawrence
Located at the southern tip of St. Simons Island, this lighthouse has helped ships navigate safely, since its establishment, and continues to do so till date. St. Simons Island Light is an 104 feet (31.69 meters) tall structure constructed in the 19th Century that replaced the original one. Approximately a century later, the St. Simons Island Light was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1972.
With direct access to Jekyll Islands beaches, this 20-acre park offers bus and vehicle parking, picnic tables, restrooms, showers and shade pavilions. It also has a playground, decks, walkways, natural gardens and lighting that is safe for turtles. There is also a disabled accessible path on the soft sand beach. Adjacent to the park is the convention center that houses a variety of restaurants and shops. -Natasha Lawrence