St. Simons Island
The largest barrier island in the Golden Isles, St. Simons Island lies across the immortalized Marshes of Glynn, made famous by poet Sidney Lanier. Moss-draped oaks line the winding island streets, creating a picture-perfect image worthy of a Faulkner tale.
The island’s villages offer a charming and unique selection of shops, breathtaking beaches, fascinating museums, and challenging golf courses. St. Simons Island also hosts unforgettable events and is home to a variety of arenas for outdoor adventure, with plenty of things to do like kayaking, fishing, biking, and tours.
Tree Spirits of St. Simons Island
Find All the St. Simons Tree Spirits. Whether you’re traveling with children or exploring without, the St. Simons Tree Spirits should not be missed! Kids will love this unconventional treasure hunt of sorts, and adults will love the hand-carved art that comes with a unique legend!
Biking – The St. Simons Island biking trail system provides connections to various activities across the island.
– Golfing with the King and Prince
– Golden Isles Golfing
Horseback Riding – Looking for a unique way to experience the Golden Isles? Saddle up and explore the area on horseback. Guided horseback tours throughout the Golden Isles will take you through maritime forests, near salt marshes and along the beach.
Kayak and Paddle Board tours – St Simons Island is a unique and beautiful location to paddle
King and Prince Event Calendar
Shrimping Excursion – eco-tourism, education, and conservation
Sports and Wellness Activities
Tennis Lessons at the King and Prince