St. Marys, the gateway to
Cumberland Island National Seashore, is a small coastal town
located in southeast Georgia. The town is filled with numerous
historic landmarks, including the second oldest church in Georgia,
built in 1808. Its streets are lined by tall trees, antique shops,
seafood eateries, charming homes, and elegant old architecture.
St. Marys remains one of Georgia's best kept secrets, a place rich
in history, natural beauty and Southern hospitality.