Great Outdoors

Nature
With so much natural beauty in Kingsland and the surrounding area, it's no surprise that residents and visitors like to spend a lot of time enjoying the outdoors. If you're interested in fishing, hiking, camping, boating, or hunting, Kingsland is the place to be.
 
Crooked River State ParkCrooked River State Park
Located a few miles east of the city, this state park offers plenty of opportunities to get back to nature. Fisherman can be seen at the boat ramp before dawn, getting ready to make the catch of the day. Later on, hikers take to the 1.5-mile nature trail or venture out to the ruins of the McIntosh Sugar Works. Tent, trailer, and RV sites as well as cottages are available.
 
Cumberland Island
While Cumberland is a great place to visit for just a day, many people choose to take advantage of the opportunity to camp overnight to get the full experience of this majestic island. Reservations are required, and camping is limited to seven days.
 
Okefenokee National Wildlife RefugeFishing for red bass, sea trout, blue fish, and more is also available on the island.
 
Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge
If you're looking for the full outdoor experience at Okefenokee, head to the west entrance and Stephen C. Foster State Park. This park within Okefenokee offers visitors the chance to fish, boat, and camp in cabins or tents.
 
For more information, call (912) 637-5274.
 
FishingFishing
The Kingsland area has some of the best inland fishing areas in all of coastal Georgia, as well as great offshore fishing. Bring your own boat or charter a boat from one of several local charter fishing companies. You'll be taking home trout, red bass, flounder, and maybe even a big fish!