Lynn is a welcoming presence at Talbot Islands State Parks, working in the ranger station every Monday through Thursday and greeting visitors as they arrive. She has worked here for the past four years after retiring from running her own business for many years. A Heckscher Drive local for many years, she has always loved the beauty of the Talbot Islands and is grateful to be able to help care for them.
Lynn loves being a part of the Talbot team, enjoying the diversity of the job, the seven different parks and the people who visit them. She is passionate about the untamed Atlantic beaches and especially enjoys assisting with sea turtle nesting and releases.
Lynn recommends visitors make Little Talbot Island their first stop when visiting our parks. To her, it is a very special, beautiful place that melts away any stress from the day. Secondly, she urges you to visit Big Talbot’s driftwood shorelines at the Bluffs or Blackrock that is renowned for its unique landscape and rugged beauty.
If you enjoy history, Fort George Island is the spot to go, and for fishing, it has to be Amelia Island State Park. Lynn admits there is something for everyone visiting any of the seven Talbot Islands State Parks.