On a recent trip to the Georgia coast I visited the old fishing village of Shellman Bluff. Overlooking the Broro and Julienton rivers on a high bluff, this village is composed of a few blocks of small homes on dirt roads. The “main” street is a dirt road along the bluff itself which offers one of the best coastal views in Georgia. But don’t worry, it’s all paved roads until you get there!
Nearby are a few new development offering home sites and golf courses, but the area is still at the end of the road, so it retains it’s original character.
More info can be found at http://sherpaguides.com/georgia/coast/central_coast/shellman_bluff.html.
Shellman Bluff is located between Savannah and Brunswick, Georgia and is only a short drive from I-95.
If you are going near Shellman Bluff, be sure to stop by Speed’s Kitchen – where you will find some of the best seafood on the coast! The link above will tell you more about this place.