Little St. Simons Island

Little St. Simons Island.  Virtually untouched for centuries, Little St. Simons Island is the most remote and uninhabited of Georgia’s Golden Isles.  The island covers an area of that has been privately owned but recently opened to the public since the early 1970s. 

The Lodge on Little St. Simons offers a haven for the naturalist. Annette Thompson, Associate travel editor at Southern Living, calls it “my favorite green spot in the state.” Activities include biking, paddling, birding, hiking, kayaking, fishing, beachcombing, plus guided deep-island explorations.  Cuisine is a highlight with Hunting Lodge lunch and dinner, packed picnic lunch (on request), and weekend oyster roasts.

Little St. Simons and Sea Island are accessed from St. Simons.