EAGLE ISLAND - Extraordinary Vacation Hideaway
Dream about a Private Island – Wake up at Eagle Lodge
Darien, Georgia (October 2008) Private Islands of Georgia – notably Eagle Island – has retained Leigh Cort Publicity to bring media attention and visitors to one of America’s most secluded private islands on the Atlantic coast. Eagle Island, a 10-minute boat ride from Darien, Georgia (a small fishing town 60 miles south of Savannah), features the Eagle Lodge. It’s an extraordinary vacation hideaway, completely outfitted with luxurious amenities AND the Lodge comes with an uninhibited 10-acre private island!
Eagle Lodge sits alone – surrounded by wildlife and plants in their natural environment, offering peace, quiet and complete seclusion if vacationers want it. Thousands of acres of Georgia coastal marsh cut the lodge off from the rest of the world, although the wild beaches of Sapelo Island are only a short boat ride away and the Darien docks if dining at a restaurant is the day’s plan. The full kitchen is alluring since guests bring food, beverages and an enthusiasm for preparing freshly caught crab and fish from the island’s private dock.
Sleeping arrangements accommodate up to 10 people, 2 bathrooms, hot tub, fireplace and 1,500 sq. ft. of screened porch – satellite TV and wireless internet IF YOU MUST STAY IN TOUCH with the ‘real world’. Here you can explore the dazzling and miraculous Georgia salt marsh eco system, take coastal cruises or watch a full moon rising. Eagle Island is only accessible via boat; owner Andy Hill provides round-trip transportation with each visit. Here the world is truly ‘your oyster’!
Eagle Island is a “5-Moon Resort” – no agenda, no clock, no deadlines.
Private Islands of Georgia
(office) 202 Marina Drive
St. Simons Island, Ga. 31522
Leigh Cort Publicity is organizing media trips through 2009. Some dates include a FULL MOON and a 3-night stay at Eagle Lodge.
• January 17-19, 2009
• February 9-11, 2009
• March 9-11, 2009
March 30, April 1,2, 2009
August - November - December 2009 trips planned
USA TODAY (Oct. 2008) announces that Outside Magazine
identified Eagle Island as one of the best adventure hideouts in their Top 50 Places to Get Away From It All.
The Nature Conservancy identifies this region in the Top 75 Last GREAT Places in the World.
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