Camden County Parks

The playground at Kingsland Lions Park.

Browntown Wilderness Park
Where: Temple Creek Road, just west of Kingsland city limits.
Amenities: 22-acre park iincludes a basketball court, multi-use field, playground, a pavilion and restroom.

Cornelia Jackson Memorial Park
Where: 15th Street, Woodbine.
Amenities: 7-acre park offers screened pavilion with full kitchen, lighted basketball court, football field, playground, picnic tables and restrooms.

Crooked River State Park
Where: 6222 Charlie Smith Sr. Highway St. Marys, GA
Amenities: 500-acre park has campsites, cottages, picnic shelters, pioneer camp, hiking, boating and kayaking, playground, nature center, mini golf and more.

Harriett’s Bluff Community Park
Where: Harriett’s Bluff Road, Woodbine
Amenities: 21 acre park features a screened-in pavilion with full kitchen, restrooms, picnic tables, basketball court, tennis court, and nature trail.

Howard Gilman Memorial Waterfront Park
Where: 205 West St. Marys St., St. Marys
Amenities: Waterfront views, playground, covered gazebo and lots of benches. Also two boat ramps, a fishing pier, a kayak launch and temporary docking facilities

Howard Peeples Park
Where: Gross Road, Kingsland
Amenities: 18-acre park includes 3 pavilions with picnic tables, 2 basketball courts, 4 lighted tennis courts, 2 softball fields, 2 playgrounds, and restroom.

Kingsland Lions Park     Read Review
Where: South Grove Boulevard, Kingsland.
Amenities: 12-acre park includes 3 pavilions, 4 baseball fields, 4 T-ball fields, 2 lighted tennis courts, a basketball court, a playground, and 4 restrooms. Also includes Justin’s Miracle Field, a baseball field designed for special needs children and adults.

Little Catfish Creek Park
Where: Highway 17, just south of Kingsland city limits.
Amenities: 4-acre park includes picnic tables, swings and a playground.

Maple Ford Park
Where: Spring Bluff Road, Waverly
Amenities: 40-acre park has screened-in pavilion, baseball field, basketball court, volleyball court, playground equipment and restrooms.

Mary B. Smart Park
Where: Old Post Road, Woodbine (locals call it Tarboro)
Amenities: 17 acre park includes baseball field, basketball court, tennis court, playground and restrooms.

McIntosh Sugar Mill Park
Where: Charlie Smith Sr. Highway (Spur 40), St. Marys
Amenities: 36 acre park includes picnic tables, walking paths, historic sites.

Point Peter Pond
Where: North River Causeway, St. Marys
Amenities: 9-acre property has a stocked fishing pond for the public.

St. Marys Civic Park
Where: Herb Bauer Drive, St. Marys
Amenities: 32-acre park includes a pavilion, a baseball field, softball field, 4 T-ball fields, 2 basketball courts, 2 tennis courts, playground and restrooms.

St. Marys Recreation Authority Park/St. Marys Pool
Where: Margaret Street, St. Marys
Amenities: 24-acre park includes 3 baseball fields, a football field, a playground, 2 pavilions and restrooms. Public pool is open Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend. Pool includes slide, diving board, kiddie play area, restrooms, and shower area.

Satilla River Waterfront Park
Where: Southeast of the US 17 bridge, Woodbine
Amenities: 3 acres on the Satilla River waterfront includes two pavilions, a public boat ramp, floating fishing dock, small stage and restrooms.

Soccer Complex
Where: Pro Three Parkway (off Kings Bay Road), Kingsland
Amenities: 14 acre property includes 8 soccer fields, picnic shelter, Club House, fishing pond and restrooms.

Sweetwater Park
Where: Point Peter Road, St. Marys
Amenities: 7-acre park has 4 tennis courts, a multi-use field, 2 basketball courts, playground equipment with swings and restrooms.

Temple Landing Boat Ramp
Where: The end of Temple Creek Road, west of Kingsland, close to Browntown Wilderness Park.
Amenities: Just over 3 acres includes boat ramp to the St. Marys River, a floating fishing dock and restrooms.

Veterans Memorial Park     Read Review
Where: West King Avenue and South Orange Edwards Blvd., Kingsland
Amenities: Picnic Tables, walkways, memorials honoring all five military branches.

Woodbine 110 Community Park
Where: Highway 110, Woodbine
Amenities: 8-acre park includes baseball field, football field, lighted tennis court, basketball court, playground and restrooms.

Woodbine Lions Park
Where: Georgia Avenue, Woodbine
Amenities: 5-acre park has two baseball fields.

Woodbine Nature Trail
Where: Highway 110, Woodbine.
Amenities: Lighted concrete walkway over marshlands, boardwalk along the Satilla River, gazebo. Benches along the way.

Woodbine River Walk
Where: 311 Camden Ave., Woodbine, GA
Amenities: Two-mile winding, scenic walkway along Satilla River accommodates foot traffic and bikes. Fishing and boating also allowed.



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