St Marys, Georgia, founded in 1787, is a historic town just north of Florida that has a population of around 18,000 residents. The town is known as the ‘gateway’ to Cumberland Island, which is the largest of Georgia’s barrier islands and is home to feral horses and famous ruins.
In addition to the ferry to Cumberland, the downtown area is home to numerous shops, museums, inns, and restaurants. After a day of exploring this quaint town, the waterfront is a relaxing place to watch the shrimp boats and see a beautiful sunset.
About the Author: Tammy Lynn is a travel blogger and freelance writer originally from Beaufort, South Carolina. She currently lives in St Marys, Georgia, but spent several years in between living in Oklahoma and Missouri. She has returned to the South and has no plans to leave again. She loves spending time with friends and family and exploring all the beautiful places that call this region home. You can see more of her writing at her blog, Southernfreelancer.