Melon Bluff Birding Trail
Melon Bluff Birding Trail is nestled amongst 3,000 unspoiled acres on Georgia’s coast. Set amid gorgeous, moss-hung oaks at the river’s edge, Melon Bluff offers 25 miles of grassy, forest trails for hiking, biking, picnics, and riding. Birding is the prime attraction, offering 309 species, many uncommon and endangered. At Melon Bluff, visitors find overnight accommodations ranging from a restored barn to a plantation cottage. On site, there is a delightful gift shop, a screened pool, and a facility for small conferences.