Virtually untouched for centuries, this rich and varied natural property is a privately owned, 10,000-acre barrier island along the Georgia coast that features seven miles of pristine beach. Overnight accommodations are available in the historic Hunting Lodge, Helen House, Michael Cottage, River Lodge, Cedar House, and the Tom House. Activities such as guided interpretive programs, boating, canoeing, hiking, biking, birding excursions, angling, saltwater fly fishing, and horseback riding can be enjoyed during your stay.
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