Kingsland is a city rich in history and natural beauty, along with a vibrant business and social environment. With so much natural beauty in Kingsland and the surrounding area, it's no surprise that snowbirds and winter visitors like to spend a lot of time enjoying the outdoors. If you're interested in relaxing, fishing, hiking, camping, boating, or hunting, Kingsland is the place to be.
Kingsland is located on I-95 at the Georgia / Florida state line. The Kingsland area is a community of pristine coastal beauty where the meandering rivers wind through dense marshlands, tidal creeks, and marsh grass with river shores and lakes that are brimming with wildlife.
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 catching trout, red bass, flounder, and maybe even a big fish!
Fall In Love With Laurel Island Links! Golfers at all experience levels face new challenges on the recently opened 18-hole Laurel Island Links Golf Course, carved from 125 acres along the south bank of the Crooked River.
View a kaleidoscope of birds along the varied lands and waters that comprise the Colonial Coast Birding Trail. More than 300 species of birds have been sighted at the 18 sites along the birding trail.
Military buffs and people just fascinated by adventures undersea won't want to miss the St. Marys Submarine Museum. Visit Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base, the Atlantic coast home of Trident nuclear submarines and the museum is the perfect way to learn more about how these amazing underwater machines work.
Go explore the nature that abounds there. Walk on the beach with wild horses and enjoy the true beauty of nature and wildlife. Kingsland is a warm haven for the winter-weary.