Future programs will be provided by other local organizations and agencies in partnership with the Land Trust.
Cannon’s Point Preserve is a primitive wilderness experience.
All visitors should bring their own water, bug spray and snacks.
Wear appropriate clothing (long pants, long sleeves, close-toed shoes). Limited restrooms are available in Taylor’s Fish Camp near the parking area.
The cheapest option is to wave a hand in the street. Taxi from the airport to the city center costs from 10 to 15 USD depending on the car model, time of departure and sometimes even the mood of the driver.The human history of Georgia begins well before the founding of the colony, with Native American cultures that date back to the Paleoindian Period at the end of the Ice Age, nearly 13,000 years ago. These unique environmental zones drew a variety of native peoples to the region, leading to a greater diversity of early Indian cultures than was found elsewhere in the Southeast.The Clovis culture, identified by its unique projectile points, is the earliest documented group to have lived in present-day Georgia. The numerous varieties of pottery found in Georgia today testify to this diversity.explorers and settlers, the Mississippian cultures began to decline, and remnants of various chiefdoms coalesced to form larger societies, including those of the Creeks and Cherokees, both of which played significant roles in the colonial history of Georgia.Cannon’s Point Preserve (CPP) is a 600-acre tract of greenspace at the north end of St. CPP features wild native species, beautiful mature maritime forest, and six miles of marsh-upland interface.The preserve is also is linked to the lower Altamaha River delta which is one of the most biologically rich systems and considered by The Nature Conservancy as a coastal area of highest priority, even internationally.