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Charles Lindbergh took off from its shores, and American presidents from Coolidge to Carter have walked the Sapelo beaches.Today, it's a place where guests can explore Georgia’s fourth largest barrier island on foot, bicycle, van or even rented ocean kayaks.Tobacco heir Richard Reynolds purchased the property in 1934, donating land and facilities to the University of Georgia for marine research.
Scattered across the island, visitors will see evidence of the island's settlement, including Reynolds Chocolate House cottage, a landing strip, old post office and the ruins of several tabby-constructed structures dating back to the plantation days.
Park Amenities & Activities - 6110 acres 16,006 acre barrier island composed of salt marsh, and complex beach and dunes systemsgroup pioneer camping Reynolds Mansion Lodge - accommodates 16-29 people - reservations requiredwireless Internet available Visitor Center (in Meridian) Cabretta Pioneer Campground: Groups of 15-25 may camp near the beach on Sapelo’s Cabretta Island. guided tours highlight Hog Hammock African American community, University of Georgia Marine Institute, Reynolds Mansion and the 1890 Lighthouse marsh and beach walks Guided Tours (reservations required) Marsh and Beach Walks Comfort station with hot showers available.
The Mansion can accommodate up to 29 guests in 13 bedrooms with 11 bathrooms.
The Mansion’s grounds are linked by pathways to the Atlantic Ocean where a beachfront pavilion await your picnic plans.
Swimming, fishing, hiking and birding on miles of unspoiled beach offer endless possibilities for relaxation and reflection.On the extreme southern tip of the island, Sapelo Lighthouse stands as the remaining sentinel of a bygone era, watching over Doboy Sound and the Atlantic Ocean.