Fort George Island Cultural State Park
Welcome to Fort George Island Cultural State Park
Native Americans feasted here, colonists built a fort, and the smart set of the 1920s came for vacations.
A site of human occupation for over 5,000 years, Fort George Island was named for a 1736 fort built to defend the southern flank of Georgia when it was a colony.
Today's visitors come for boating, fishing, off-road bicycling and hiking. A key attraction is the restored 1920s clubhouse. Once an exclusive resort, it is now a visitor center with a meeting space available for special functions. Behind the club, small boats, canoes and kayaks can be launched on the tidal waters. To reserve the club for a special event, contact The Ribault Club at 904-251-1050.
We welcome you to visit all seven of the parks that comprise Talbot Islands State Parks: Pumpkin Hill Creek Preserve State Park, Amelia Island State Park, Little Talbot Island State Park, Yellow Bluff Fort Historic State Park, Big Talbot Island State Park and George Crady Bridge Fishing Pier State Park.
Plan Your Visit
Hike Through History at Fort George
Fort George Island Cultural State Park Photo Gallery
Shell Middens at Fort George
People Make the Parks
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