Enjoy your extended stay at Mariners Suites, conveniently located near Georgia's Colonial Coast, beaches, restaurants, golf and local attractions. We are located within minutes to King's Bay Naval Submarine Base, Jekyll Island, and close to St. Mary's and the Cumberland Island National Seashore. Our hotel is a short drive to Amelia Island, Jacksonville International Airport, Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens
From our sprawling beaches to our historic ruins, Jekyll Island is a beautiful blend of serenity and discovery.
Located in the Southeastern U.S. at the crossroads of the nation’s rail and highway network, the Jacksonville Port Authority (JAXPORT) is your global gateway to Florida, the nation’s third-largest state.
The Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1937 as a "refuge and breeding ground for migratory birds and other wildlife".
Salt Grass Charters
Salt Grass is the premiere inshore charter company in the Kings Bay, St Marys and Camden areas offering year round service and several different fishing charters to choose from.
St. Marys Aquatic Center
7 acre recreational swimming facility located in Southeast Georgia. 3 separate water attractions including a lazy river, interactive children's play area, and a lap pool with a 2 story twister slide.
Amelia Island is a world apart. Golden-hued sands and guided horseback rides along the shore. See dolphin and osprey, and maybe even a glimpse of the endangered right whale.
Laurel Island Links
Opened in 1996, Laurel Island Links has unique natural features that make it play like no other course in Southeast Georgia. Magnificent marsh views complement the 18-hole links-style course – a Davis Love III signature design.
St Marys is the gateway to Cumberland Island, Georgia's largest and southernmost barrier island. Here pristine maritime forests, undeveloped beaches and wide marshes whisper the stories of both man and nature.
St Marys Railroad
Immerse yourself in history, fun and adventure as you travel the rails from Historic St. Marys, Georgia, through scenic woodlands and marshlands. Whether you’re riding in a vintage 1950’s passenger car, on the open-air rail cars or experiencing an authentic locomotive or caboose ride, you never know what you’ll discover along the way!