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  • Brunswick - Jekyll Island - Little St. Simons Island - Sea Island - St. Simons Island

  • A Snapshot of Brunswick & the Golden Isles

  • Nestled along the southeastern shore of the Atlantic Ocean, Brunswick and the Golden Isles are comprised of the City of Brunswick, including its historic district, and a string of barrier islands – Jekyll, St. Simons, Little St. Simons and Sea Island.  Each has its own unique identity – quaint historic downtown Brunswick, Jekyll Island’s quiet beaches of white sand, the bustling boutiques and savory cafes of St. Simons, the pristine natural beauty of Little St. Simons, and the classic luxury of Sea Island.  Each are unique, yet an integral part of what makes Brunswick and the Golden Isles one of the best places to call “home” in the nation.

    In addition to its natural beauty, the area boasts a diverse economic mix and one of the busiest ports along the eastern seaboard.  While the area continues to grow, it manages to retain its historic charm.  In addition to the multi-billion dollar tourism industry; the area is also home to one of the most impressive medical hubs in the region, a well-established manufacturing base, a four-year college and a new technical college.  Also abundant and diverse are the arts and cultural activities, and recreational opportunities.

    With its magical golden marshes, moss-drenched live oaks, friendly residents and abundant sunshine, the area beacons those who visit, to return – some as guests and others as residents.



    Glynn County and the City of Brunswick are located in coastal southeast Georgia, at approximately 81-30-00 north latitude and 31-15-00 west longitude and encompasses 439 square miles.

    A large area of the populated portion of the county borders coastal marshlands, rivers or streams, resulting in much of the populated areas being in low lying areas ranging from a few feet up to 14 feet above mean sea level.  The northern boundary is the Altamaha River, the southern boundary is the Little Satilla River, and the eastern boundary is the Atlantic Ocean. The Turtle River and the South Brunswick River run through the center of the county, almost to the western boundary.

  • Average Temperatures


    42 to 63 degrees


    44 to 65 degrees


    51 to 70 degrees


    59 to 77 degrees


    67 to 84 degrees


    73 to 89 degrees


    75 to 90 degrees


    75 to 90 degrees


    71 to 86 degrees


    61 to 77 degrees


    52 to 70 degrees


    43 to 63 degrees
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  • Where are We Located?

    Savannah, Georgia

    70 miles

    Jacksonville, Florida

    55 miles

    Atlanta, Georgia

    200 miles