Welcome to St. Simons Island and the Georgia Coast!

    St. Simons Island has been a popular vacation destination since native Americans shared the rich bounty of these islands hundreds of years ago. They were here when Oglethorpe arrived from England to settle Georgia as the 13th colony in 1733. Today the landscape looks much the same, with moss-draped oaks, shady lanes and creek-fed pockets of marsh - a thriving habitat for birds and a diverse range of other wildlife, from turtles to armadillo and deer. The soul of this island is timeless, heartfelt, graceful, spiritual, and history enriches every view. Best-selling author Eugenia Price wrote all of her historical novels here, her words emanating from this deepfelt sense of time and place.

  • :: Lodging

    A wide range of lodging accommodations includes luxury vacation and long term rentals listed with High Tide Guide SSI.

    Explore nearby historic Cumberland Island - offering an unprecedented opportunity to connect with nature at its most pristine on this legendary barrier island.

    Cumberland Island
    Cumberland Island

  • :: Things To Do

    High Tide Guide SSI is truly the only guide necessary for visitors and newcomers, with lodging, dining, shopping, services and of course things to do in the Golden Isles.
    Southeast Adventure Outfitters is your one-stop shop for kayaks, gear, clothing, shoes, maps...St. Simons Pier Village.

    Shop All Things for the Paddler! Southeast Adventure Outfitters
    Coastal Georgia's Outdoor Headquarters

  • :: Historic Brunswick

    Enjoy the beautiful oak-lined streets first surveyed in 1771, explore the unique shops, boutiques and galleries in downtown Brunswick, and the variety of menus offered in downtown restaurants, or take a walking, biking or driving tour of Old Town. >> Find out more about Historic Brunswick

    Historic Brunswick, GA
    Old City Hall