Georgia’s Coast has it all, from miles of shoreline and windswept dunes to historic ports and towns. Explore here the many communities, each with a distinct personality and attractions, that make up our coastal region.

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    Brunswick / Golden Isles


    Glynn County

    Nestled on the Georgia coast, midway between Savannah, GA and Jacksonville, FL, lies the mainland city of Brunswick and its four beautiful barrier islands: St. Simons Island, Sea Island, Jekyll Island and Little St. Simons Island.


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    Darien & Sapelo Island


    McIntosh County

    Darien is conveniently located off Interstate 95, between Savannah and Brunswick, along Georgia’s scenic coast and US Highway 17. As the second oldest planned city in Georgia and the site of the first fort on Georgia soil, the city of Darien and McIntosh County have a unique blend of history and natural beauty.


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    Folkston


    Charlton County

    For years, families have come to Folkston to explore the Okefenokee Swamp, part of the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge. Sportsmen have come from all over for the abundant fishing, hunting, hiking, paddling, bird watching and golfing. In recent years the town has also become host to train watchers and history buffs. Folkston's hidden treasures are many!


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    Hinesville / Midway


    Liberty County

    Come visit us in Liberty County and enjoy kayaking, birding, biking, geocaching and more. This beautiful destination is great for families and adventurers of all ages. Visit Liberty County! The right blend for any excursion.


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    Kingsland


    Camden County

    Kingsland is located 3 miles from the Georgia/Florida border. Stop in to say hi, shop and pick-up information about things to do and places to stay.


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    Port Wentworth


    Chatham County

    Get ready for adventure in Port Wentworth, Georgia – Savannah’s Front Porch. Just off I-95’s Exit 109, you can explore the Savannah River plantations, walk the living history of Sherman’s infamous “March to the Sea”, visit African-American praise houses, go on your own photo safari in the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge, and more. And the best thing – most activities in Port Wentworth are free! Start your historical tour of Coastal Georgia here.


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    Richmond Hill


    Bryan County

    Richmond Hill is located on the Great Ogeechee River and is best known as Henry Ford's Southern Town and the End of Sherman's March to the Sea.


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    Savannah


    Chatham County

    In Savannah, the best of the old and the new live together in perfect harmony. Come discover the sights, sounds, and sensations of this historic, enchanting city and let Visit Savannah help you with all of your planning needs.


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    St. Mary's / Cumberland Island


    Camden County

    Experience history, adventure, and Cumberland Island. Come live like the locals and shop, dine, relax or hit the river. We have an assortment of trails you can walk or bike with the whole family. Make your get-away to Coastal Georgia in historic St. Marys and Cumberland Island.


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    Tybee Island


    Chatham County

    Located just 20 minutes from Historic Savannah, Georgia, Tybee Island is sure to be one of the most unique places you’ll ever visit. With five miles of beautiful sandy beaches to stroll, historic sites and museums, untouched ecosystems, charming boutiques and the freshest seafood around, there’s plenty of adventure for visitors of all ages.


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    Waycross


    Ware County

    Legend says that Waycross was named by a railroad traveler because this is “where the ways crossed.” The restored Historic Passenger Rail Depot is an ideal place to see trains lumbering through town, but railfans will also want to get a glimpse of Rice Yard, the largest of nine classification yards on the CSX Transportation Railroad network. In addition to the railroad, Waycross is at the north entrance to the Okefenokee Swamp.


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    See all our Members


    Georgia Coast

    There are many reasons to join the Georgia Coast Travel Association. Each member means more co-op advertising dollars for the region, helps develop broad public relations for the region, receives personal and professional growth by networking with other tourism professionals, has access to help with marketing, lobbying and public relations, and enables you to market your business through a group effort which is efficient and more cost effective.