The Fort George Island Cultural State Park is a culturally important regional site that was once home to Native Americans as well as colonists. Historians believe that the site teemed with human life for 5,000 years. Today, the park continues to attract humans with its stunning resort (the Ribault Club) and tidal waters that are perfect for canoe or kayak excursions. As a popular destination fishing and boating, the park also attracts hikers and off-road biking enthusiasts. The park's beach is a great place where families or groups of friends come to hang out, picnic, or play beach volleyball.
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