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What a beautiful peaceful park and amazing views. Has nice adult swings that face the water; a promenade, great place to meditate and people watch. It’s all so lovely and a must if you come to St Mary’s. The ferry is right next to this...More
This is a beautiful park, very comfortable, lots of places to stop and enjoy the view. Just watch out, in the evening, for an onslaught of gnats. But hey, that’s just part of the South Georgia/Florida experience.
Wife and I were visiting St. Marys for a few days, and the park was right next to our restaurant for dinner so we checked it out. It's beautiful - right on the river, with benches, swings, a playground, and a big gazebo at the...More
Kids enjoy playground, hunting for rocks and running free. Concerts are free and family orientated.ice cream shop near by as well as snack shack. Boat ramps being rebuild after hurricane. Some restaurants.
This park is somewhat new to St. Mary's, and the designers made great use of the waterfront area. It is really a beautiful spot to walk around. We especially loved the porch swings overlooking the water.
from the amphitheater, swinging benches, or the docks, you are surrounded by the south when you step in to this park. plenty to see, a free local library, always some fun activity, or even catch a wedding on your weekend walk this is a special...More
For years St. Mary's was that last cheap gas stop before entering Florida, more recently it has become a destination for it's peaceful, quiet - low development sea island/small town marina atmosphere. One of the key features is Gilman Park. I particularly have enjoyed sitting...More
Response from higginsfred | Reviewed this property |
There is no beach here. There also is no beach at Crooked River State Park as another answer suggested. There are beaches at Cumberland Island accessible by ferry or at Jekyll Island and St Simons Island accessible by car.