Dunham Farms

Seabrook Village in Midway, Georgia

Things to Do Near Dunham Farms

Coastal Georgia offers lots of excellent touring opportunities. Visit a natural barrier island, stroll through beautiful historic Savannah, paddle the mysterious Okefenokee Swamp, or soak up the history of the area. While there are many wonderful things to do at Dunham Farms, the neighborhood also offers other discoveries within easy driving distance. Ask your hosts about them as well as restaurants, dockage if you want to come by boat, etc. The following are just a few:

Fort Morris
1812 earthworks fort, museum, private charter boat

Inland Waterway

Sunbury Colonial Cemetery

Shrimp Docks Restaurant

Colonial Coast State Birding Trail
Dunham Farms (Melon Bluff) and Ft. Morris

Melon Bluff Nature and Heritage Reserve
Springfield Legacy Foundation Education Center, 25 miles of trails, Birding Trail (signage 2.5 miles), Ripley Farm (both Georgia and National Register of Historic Places), Live Oaking Trail, Observation tower overlooking old rice fields.

Seabrook Village Living History Museum
Includes 2 farm properties on both the Georgia and National Register of Historic Places, African-American restored village, educational and preservation programs, tours, etc., Cultural Olympiad Award site, One-room school, homes, farm buildings, collections. Interactive.

Youman’s Pond Bird Sanctuary

Midway Church
Antebellum museum and colonial cemetery

Cay Creek Wetlands

Dorchester Church

Dorchester Academy
Famous African-American school and civil rights era training center, museum and National Historic Site

Richmond Hill Wildlife Management Area
Fort McAllister State Park – earthwork fort, Civil War
The Ford Plantation (Life in the Ford era of coastal Bryan County)

Mighty 8th Air Force Museum
Savannah-Ogeechee Barge Canal (19th Century)
Savannah’s historic district – theatre, River Street, Savannah Music Festival, tours
• Golf courses are located up and down the coast within easy driving distance.

Fort King George, Darien
• Docks for Sapelo Island and Cumberland Island
Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge
Hofwyl-Broadfield antebellum rice plantation
• Altamaha River Bioreserve

Hilton Head Island, St. Simons Island and Sea Island
Jekyll Island (Gilded Age cottages, beaches)
• All 18 sites on Georgia’s Colonial Coast Birding Trail
Okefenokee Swamp

Check our calendar for special activities happening during your stay.