McIntosh Manor Activities

McIntosh Manor is conveniently located between Historic Savannah and Brunswick, Georgia. Though it may seem "small town," we assure you, there is something for everyone to enjoy in Coastal Georgia. We hope you will find the following links useful in planning your next adventure, but please don't hesitate to contact us for more information on what the area has to offer.

NEW! McIntosh Manor can now coordinate your very own boating adventure. Pontoon Boat Excursions for 1-3 hours just $25 per person.

Twelve Oaks Nursery

Conveniently located on Manor grounds, the nursery offers a wide variety of plants to choose from, as well as a lovely koi pond. Owner Crystal Williams is available at 912-270-4266 for all your landscaping needs.

Hunting and Fishing

Hunters flock to McIntosh County for the opportunity to hunt deer, turkey, waterfowl, and wild hog, and when it comes to fishing, the coastal waterways are a fisherman's paradise! Of course permits are required for both so be sure to check out the Hunting Guide and Fishing Guides.

For Nature Lovers

If you're looking to enjoy bird-watching, hiking, or biking, you've come to the right place! Harris Neck Wildlife Refuge and Sapelo Island are two spots you can't miss! Darien Waterfront Park is well worth the trip.

Looking for Adventure

Motor Boat Excursions of Intercoastal Georgia. 4 people for $400. Contact Us for more information.

Altamaha Outpost offers guided salt water tours on the Sapelo River, or fresh water tours on the Altamaha River. Call 912-437-6010 for more information.

History Buffs

If you're a fan of history, Historic Savannah is a must see! McIntosh Manor is one hour south of Savannah, and believe me, it's worth the trip. Of course, if you aren't up for a drive, McIntosh County has plenty to offer. Including the Smallest Church in America and Fort King George.

A Little Something for Everyone

If your looking for a great place to golf, try Sapelo Hammocks. Shopaholics can enjoy the nearby Darien Outlet Mall and a slew of antique shops. And what kid wouldn't enjoy a trip to Summer Waves Water Park on nearby Jekyll Island.