Parks & Recreation

Crooked River State Park

This 500-acre state park has 60 tent and trailer’s sites, 11 cottages, 5 picnic shelters, a group shelter, a miniature golf course, a playground, and an Olympic-sized pool and bathhouse. The park is open daily from 7 a.m to 10 p.m.



Public boat ramps can be found throughout the county. To access the Crooked River, try Crooked River State Park (above). To access the St. Mary’s River, try the boat ramps in Kingsland on U.S. Highway 17 and St. Mary’s on Hwy. 40. Burnt Fort on State Highway 252 provides access to Satilla River, as does a boat ramp off U.S.Highway 17 in Woodbine.
Lang Charters offers fishing charters, sightseeing and river cruises. 912-674-8062

Enjoy afternoon or evening cruises on the Schooner Steelaway. 919-704-0630



A license is needed for recreational fishing in salt water. Anyone over the age of 15 needs a license to fish in the fresh water. Georgia fresh-water fishing licenses are obtainable through the Department of Natural Resources.



Laurel Island Links: Includes an 18-hole championship golf course which was designed by Davis Love III. In addition to the golf course, they also have a lounge, dining facilities, driving range and much more.



Guided trips are available to many of coastal Georgia and Florida’s most scenic waterways. Rentals are available.
Up the Creek Xpeditions: 877-878-4327