- TripBuzz discovered 51 different types of activities for couples in the Kingsland area, including Zoos (like Beau's Barnyard), Parks (like Howard Peeples Park), Recreation Centers (like Camden County Psa Leisure Services Dept) and National & State Parks (like Fort Clinch State Park), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 36 date ideas in or near Kingsland, Georgia, including 28 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Fernandina Beach, St. Marys, Amelia Island and Brunswick.
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1429 Newcastle Street, Brunswick, GA MoreLess Info
Last Ride Ghost Tours offers an historical tour laced with ghost-stories of Old Town Brunswick. Six to nine people fit comfortably in a modified hearse that offers easy views of the stops along the tour.
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1530 Newcastle St., Brunswick, GA 31520 MoreLess Info
A restored theater, the Historic Ritz Theatre/Golden Isles Arts & Humanities Association screens classic and art house films for the local community. The theater also hosts theatrical and musical performances.
Credle's Adventures offer informative fishing tours of the coastal waters of Georgia. There is a marine biologist present on the deck to provide facts about the fresh catch which mostly includes shrimps and sometimes, sharks and rays too.
Kids and adults love the Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens in Jacksonville, Florida. This institution is home to animals from throughout the world, including big cats, elephants, giant snakes and gorillas. It also includes a magnificent formal garden.
Lady Jane Shrimp Excursion is a calm seas tour company that operates on a United States Coast Guard certified shrimping vessel. The company provides air-conditioned boarding, restrooms, and a large open covered sightseeing deck.
Selden Park is a secluded area with opportunity for play and relaxation. There is a great view of the local mill and railroad, which adds a sense of history. Pavilions are located near basketball courts and a public gym.
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6616 Blythe Island Drive, Brunswick, GA 31523 MoreLess Info
Blythe Island Regional Park is a public park which provides access to the South Brunswick River with its well-maintained marina and docks. The park also includes a freshwater lake which is open for swimming and fishing as well as multiple picnic pavilions and playgrounds.
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12157 Heckscher Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32226 MoreLess Info
Visitors love Little Talbot Island State Park in Jacksonville, Florida. The park is particularly excellent for kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding. It is also a popular fishing destination. Picnic shelters are available and must be reserved in advance.
Jacksonville's Kingsley Plantation is a historic former plantation that played a significant role in the establishment and growth of the local econoisimy. Tours are available. The plantation is a must-see attraction for history buffs.