Fort Stewart Community
Those who are fortunate enough to call Glynn County their home recognize its magical qualities. Those who visit Brunswick and the Golden Isles are enchanted by the rich, natural landscape found only in that corner of the state. Glynn County is unique for many reasons. Not only does it offer a dreamlike getaway but also a sense of permanence and community to many. With natural amenities, beautiful houses, safe neighborhoods and no limit of activities, Glynn County is the perfect place to call home.
Brunswick was a Colonial outpost that grew to become a Victorian town of great charm and beauty. Today it is a busy port city proclaimed as the shrimp capital of the world, not to mention its world-famous Brunswick stew. Its quaint, tree-lined streets rest in harmonious counterpoint to the bustling commerce of Main Street and the port. The English flavor of the community is apparent as you stroll along the brick streets lined with historic buildings and stately homes. The seaport city was laid out in a traditional British fashion and retains this grid-style layout today.
St. Simons Island
St. Simons Island is graced both with historic remnants of earlier eras and an abundance of resorts that offer virtually every kind of vacation enjoyment. Beauty, history and relaxation greet the vacationer on this, the largest of the Golden Isles.
Jekyll Island, with 10 miles of Atlantic Ocean beach, is the home of the restored Jekyll Island Historic District, as well as a fascinating variety of sights and recreation. Once an outpost supporting the English at Fort Frederica, Jekyll Island became the private winter getaway for the world’s wealthiest families from 1886 until 1942. In 1947 it was sold to the state of Georgia.