Community Spotlight: Northshore in Kingsland, GA


Welcome home to Kingsland, Georgia!

Northshore, Camden County’s new premier waterfront community, is a thoughtfully designed, master-planned community encompassing more than 750 acres of pristine low-country and 4,000 feet of frontage along the St. Mary’s River.

Where is Kingsland?

Kingsland, Georgia, is located in the southeastern part of the state, near the Florida border in Camden County. It sits approximately 36 miles north of Jacksonville, Florida, and 123 miles south of Savannah, Georgia.

Kingsland is also located near several other smaller towns and cities in Georgia, including St. Marys, Woodbine, and Folkston. The city is easily accessible by car via I-95 and US-17, which run through the area.

Why Kingsland?

Kingsland is a charming and welcoming community with a mild climate, affordable living, and abundant natural beauty. The city offers a high quality of life with a small-town feel, making it an ideal location for families, retirees, and anyone who values a relaxed and peaceful lifestyle.

The schools in Camden County are well-regarded by parents and students alike. From grade school to high school, The Camden County School District offers a solid commitment to academic excellence and provides a range of resources and support for students to help them succeed.

Kingsland has something to offer everyone, whether you enjoy outdoor activities like fishing, boating, and hiking or prefer to explore the city’s rich history and cultural attractions.

Top Attractions in Kingsland

As a hidden gem in the southeast, Kingsland boasts a rich history, natural beauty, and many exciting attractions. Here are some of the top things to do and see in Kingsland:

  1. Crooked River State Park: This beautiful state park is located on the banks of the Crooked River and offers visitors the chance to explore nature trails and enjoy birdwatching, fishing, and camping.
  2. Laurel Island Links Golf Course: This championship golf course sits in a stunning natural setting with beautiful marshes and towering trees. The golf course offers a challenge for golfers of all skill levels.
  3. Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base: The Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base is one of the largest military installations in the United States and offers visitors a chance to see the submarines up close and learn about the history of the US Navy.
  4. Cumberland Island National Seashore: Just a short ferry ride from Kingsland, Cumberland Island is a national seashore with pristine beaches, wild horses, and historic ruins.
  5. St. Marys Submarine Museum: This fascinating museum showcases the history of submarines and features exhibits on the role of submarines in World War II, the Cold War, and modern times.
  6. Okefenokee Swamp Park: Located about an hour from Kingsland, the Okefenokee Swamp is a unique ecosystem home to alligators, snakes, and various bird species. Visitors can take a guided boat tour to explore the swamp and learn about its history and ecology.
  7. Kingsland Railroad Depot: This historic railroad depot dates back to the early 20th century and has been beautifully restored. In the present day, it serves as a museum and event space, showcasing the history of rail travel in the area.

Whether you’re interested in history, nature, or outdoor activities, Kingsland has something to offer everyone.

Maronda Homes is excited to sell a brand-new, master-planned community in this southern town gem.

We have a plethora of homesites to choose from and ten-floor plans ranging from 1,600 to over 3,000 square feet.

Read More Insights
arrow back