Ga ~ St Mary's Georgia
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St Marys Georgia. Buy real estate in
St Marys Georgia. With the unique location of St Marys, you can
have a custom home built
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a gated golf course, the ocean or
river and in gated communities to live in as your home, condo,
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A short distance west of St Marys and you will find yourself in a world
where boats are the main form of transportation. Okefenokee, an Indian
name meaning "Land of the Trembling Earth," is a vast wetland
area encompassing around 400,000 acres of canals and moss-draped cypress
Laura S. Walker State Park is available. This is the ONLY park
ever named for a person who was still LIVING when so named, Laura
Singleton Walker, my
to the refuge can enjoy guided boat tours or paddle their own boats as
they encounter the hundreds of species of plant and animal life,
including the often photographed alligators, which call the Okefenokee
home. Fishing, camping, picnicking, and bike rentals are also available.
We have attempted to provide
a bit of history about St. Marys, Georgia. The categories to the left
will assist you in your visit or re-location to this area.
Nine miles east of I-95, on the southeast
corner of Georgia, you will venture past fast food establishments and
neon lights and discover a quaint, serene, and friendly town - St.
Marys, Georgia, the Gateway to Cumberland Island National Seashore.
Experience the beauty of the waterfront and a historic village blending
charm with southern hospitality. St. Marys goes back to the mid-1500s
and was established as a town by the English in 1787.
Park your car and stroll along Osborne
Street, shaded by giant oak and palm trees. White picket fences surround
many of the historic landmarks. Flowered walkways invite you to come
rock "for a spell" on one of the many sea-breezed verandas.
Gift and antique shops housed in turn-of-the-century buildings offer
hours of browsing. Enjoy delicious fresh seafood and other excellent
cuisine found in the eateries of St. Marys. Stay for a while in a
historic hotel, or one of the bed and breakfasts, or locally owned
family hotels. From most of the accommodations, you can walk to the
pedestrian ferry for a 45-minute boat ride to Cumberland Island National
Seashore, where wild horses, white sandy beaches, and unspoiled and
natural habitat will greet you.
Just a few of the many sites you will see
in Historic St. Marys include: Orange Hall Welcome Center and House
Museum. With its Doric columns on the front veranda and the wide steps
leading from the ground up to the second floor main entrance, it is a
wonderful example of Greek revival architecture. In 1973, Orange Hall
was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was
refurbished to its original grandeur by caring citizens of St. Marys. It
is open Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. and Sunday, 1pm
First Presbyterian Church was built in
1808 and is the second oldest church in Georgia. Other 19th century
churches in historic St. Marys include Our Lady Star of the Sea Chapel
(1847), Christ Episcopal (1880), and St. Marys Methodist Chapel (1858).
Oak Grove Cemetery, here you will find much of the history of Camden
County recorded under the huge oak trees sheltering this historic
cemetery. The earliest marked grave is from 1801. Graves of veterans
representing every war, we believe, are found in Oak Grove Cemetery.
Toonerville Trolley - "See You In
The Funny Papers!" This saying originated by Roy Crane in his 1935
"Wash Tubbs & Easy" comic strip. The strip featured the
many local personalities who used this railcar to commute from St. Marys
to Kingsland in the late 1920s.
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