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6 Reasons To Jump Off I-95 and Visit Kingsland, Georgia

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Located off I-95 just a few miles north of the Florida/Georgia line you’ll find Kingsland, Georgia, a charming small coastal town oozing with natural beauty, a historic downtown, Southern hospitality and unique adventures suitable for the whole family.

Kingsland is a great stop on your road trip to/from Florida to explore the charms of this community. You may find yourself so in love with the area that you’ll want to spend a night or two.

Kingsland is the perfect hub for trips to Cumberland Island National Seashore and the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge.

Beyond the national parks, here are a five reasons a stay in Kingsland should be on your road trip itinerary.

Related: 4 Places To Enjoy The Outdoors In Kingsland, GA

Blue Bridge Coffeehouse

Refuel your caffeine at Blue Bridge Coffeehouse, a cozy and inviting spot offering aromatic coffees, a variety of teas and a wide selection of hot and cold beverages to suit every taste. Chances are, you’ll be asking for a second cup!

Hooks Crafted Leather Co

Hooks Crafted Leather Company

Next, browse some of the finest and meticulously handcrafted leather goods at Hooks Crafted Leather Company. Rooted in Kingsland, this lifestyle leather goods brand prides itself on its team of seasoned leather craftsmen with over a decade of experience in working with fine leather.

Whether it’s a custom creation that is desired or a ready-made item from the shop, shoppers delight in the impressive selection of items offered by Hooks Leather Company. From stylish accessories and bags to leather earrings and exquisite leather coasters, these leather goods and gifts are sure to leave an impression.

Southern Shenanigans

You’ll find vintage and antique at Southern Shenanigans. Housed in a unique building with interesting history of its own, this popular boutique offers vintage finds from throw back home décor, furniture and art to clothing and jewelry. With new items added frequently, a visit to Kingsland isn’t complete without a stop at this local favorite.

Steffens Restaurant

Steffen’s Restaurant

 Steffen’s is an old-school diner offering breakfast, lunch and dinner. Serving up Southern comfort food since 1948, Steffen’s is a long time favorite among locals and visitors alike. Whether you saddle up to the bar to try a traditional root beer float or grab a table and sample Ms. Helen’s biscuits and gravy, there’s no way you can go wrong. And you certainly won’t leave hungry.

Wandaful Things

Wandaful Things

 Wandaful Things offers beautifully decorated cakes and cupcakes as well as mouthwatering pastries and a variety of other desserts, the team of talented bakers at Wandaful Things believes life’s sweetest moments are made sweeter with a touch of homemade goodness. Grab a slice of decadent chocolate cake, a fluffy fruit tart or a box of assorted pastries to share. Each dessert is truly a work of art.

Kings Latin Cuisine

Prepare to enjoy authentic Latin cuisine at Kings Latin Cuisine. Mouthwatering dishes include savory tacos, empanadas, paella and traditional ceviche among many others that will have visitors returning again and again to satisfy a craving.

Where to stay 

With easy access on and off I-95, Kingsland offers many lodging options from big brand hotels to inns and RV parks. Click here for a complete list of Kingsland lodging options.

We are fans of Best Western PLUS when we travel. The key here is the word PLUS in the name. They are just a bit nicer and make for a perfect overnight stay.

Of course, the Holiday Inn is usually a solid choice and the one in Kingsland does not disappoint.

If you’re looking for something a bit more cozier or for a longer stay there are a number of VRBO options.

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