Looking for a peaceful getaway? Come stay at McIntosh Manor, located just a short drive from Sapelo Hammock Golf Club. Nestled among live oaks and palmetto trees, the club offers a picturesque setting for a round of golf. The course features eighteen holes of championship golf, along with a pro shop and clubhouse. And after a day on the links, you can relax by the firepit back at McIntosh Manor. So come enjoy the best of both worlds – a peaceful retreat at McIntosh Manor, combined with a fun-filled day at Sapelo Hammock Golf Club.
If you are staying at McIntosh RV Park you will not want to miss the opportunity to visit nearby Little St. Simons Island. Little St. Simons Island is a barrier Island located on the coast of Georgia with over 10,000 acres of land and 7 miles of beautiful beaches. The island is only accessible by boat and requires advanced booking arrangements through the lodge office located on the island. The lodge can accommodate up to 32 guests and offers kayaking, biking, hiking, fishing and guided ecological tours. Make sure you call in advance to schedule a day trip or an overnight stay.
Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge – Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1962 and consists of 2,762 acres of saltwater, marsh, grassland, and mixed deciduous woods. The Refuge offers a drive by tour with stops and walking trails throughout the park. Enjoy seeing wood storks, cattle egrets and blue herons among some of the many wildlife.
Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve – Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve is a 6,110-acre coastal plain estuary. Sapelo Island Estuary was established in 1976 and is protected on its seaward side by a Pleistocene barrier island. The reserve is rich in history and made up of salt marshes, maritime forests and beach dunes.
Colonels Island, Georgia – Colonels Island is a remote inhabited island in the U.S. state of Georgia. The island was named for the many colonels who established plantations on it. Prior to the arrival of the Europeans, the island was owned by the Guale Indian Kingdom of the Creek Nation. Part of Liberty County, Georgia, Colonels Island was home to Colonel Alexander Herron’s plantation, called “Herron’s Point”.
Cannon’s Point Preserve – Cannon’s Point is great place to picnic, kayak, hike and trail bike. The area is rich in history and features plantation ruins.