One of the first things I noticed on the island was the natural canopy made by the live oaks draped in Spanish moss lining the entrance. As the story is told, St. Simons was once home to a thriving lumber industry. Oak timbers from Cannon's Point were used in 1794 to help build the U.S.S Constitution. Island timbers were also cut in 1874 for the construction of the Brooklyn Bridge. On average of about 300 years, these trees provide shade and beauty to the island.
The "Avenue of Oaks" makes a grand entrance to the Sea Island Golf Club
Found this little park by accident
Across the street from the John Gilbert Nature Trail
Next time I hope to visit these when the lighting isn't so flat. I bet the morning glow is amazing at the Avenue of Oaks.