Rustic log house at Camp Nina on the Georgia Coast

Camp Nina has a majestic view of the Georgia Coast, including the Atlantic Ocean, Doboy Sound, the Intracoastal Waterway, Sapelo Island, and rivers and creeks through the marsh were the Sapelo Island Ferry makes regular trips, along with shrimp boats, tug boats, large and small pleasure boats, as well as snowy egrets feeding in the marsh, with endangered wood storks flying to roost in a nearby pond.

The master room features a king size four poster bed, bedside tables with lamps, two sitting chairs with lamp, facing the water. A mini-fridge is available on request. A private bathroom is attached with large lighted vanity, shower, and water closet, with a unique actual ship's porthole! Downstairs, guests have access to the shared living room with couch and reclining chairs, dinning room, kitchen with stove, microwave, refrigerator/freezer, and washer/dryer with iron and ironing board. Outside is a smoking porch and sun deck with privacy shield, chaise lounges, chairs, umbrella table, charcoal grill and firepit. .

The adjacent low traffic low speed residential streets are ideal for walking, jogging, biking, or driving, with expansive views across the salt marsh grass. The Sapelo Island Visitors Center is only two miles away, with an interesting time line museum of Sapelo Island five miles offshore from Camp Nina where your host begins his guided half day or all day tours of Sapelo Island on request. 9 miles of off street bike paths are located nine miles away in Darien, along with waterfront restaurants and Fort King George State Historic Site and the Altamaha Waterfowl Area on the Colonial Coast Birding Trail and the Gullah-Geechee Heritage Trail. The Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge is only 20 miles away. The beaches of St. Simmons Island and Jekyll Island are only 50 minutes away. The historic waterfront of Savannah is only 60 minutes away. Camp Nina is 15 minutes away from I-95.

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