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Beach at the St. Simons Island at the Atlantic Coast of Georgia.

The beach at the St. Simons Island is one of the most famous beaches at Georgias Atlantic Coast. The beach at the St. Simons Island is popular among the local residents.







Directions to the beach at the St. Simons Island:
From Interstate 95 (I-95) turn east on Georgia State Route 520, also known as Jekyll Island Road. The Jekyll Island Road leads over the Sidney Lanier Bridge and becomes Ocean Highway. From the Ocean Highway turn right on Torras Causeway, which becomes Demere Road. From Demere Road turn left on East Beach Causeway. At the intersection of Ocean Boulevard and East Beach Causeway, the East Beach Causeway becomes 1st Street, which leads directly to the beach of St. Simons Island.

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Entrance Fee / Parking Fee at the St. Simons Island:
- No Parking Fee.
(as at: April 2010)


Infrastructure at the beach of the St. Simons Island:
- Restroom
- Shower





Beach Ranking of the beach at the St. Simons Island:
- Not ranked at the Beach Ranking.



Video of the Beach at the St. Simons Island:











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