Deals in Waycross

Two or Three Nights of Camping with One or Two Boat or Bike Rentals at General Coffee State Park (52% Off)

General Coffee State Park

Nicholls

Campers and fishing enthusiasts spend the night in a tent, trailer, or RV and relax during the day with a bike, pedal boat, or canoe

$60 $29

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$19 for $35 Worth of Horseback Riding — Twisted T Performance Horses

Twisted T Performance Horses

Waverly

One-hour private riding lesson focusing on the fundamentals of riding

$35 $19

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Historical Tour for Two or Four at Hofwyl-Broadfield Plantation (Up to 43% Off)

Hofwyl-Broadfield Plantation

Brunswick

Take a guided tour of this Georgia historic site, which preserves the lifestyle of low-country rice growers in the 19th century

$15 $9

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Half- or Full-Day Sapelo Island Tour for Two, Four, or Six from Stacey's Tours & Lodging (Up to 60% Off)

Stacey's Tours & Lodging

Stacey's Tours & Lodging

On half- or full-day excursions groups of up to six explore Sapelo Island where they can spot otters and alligators; snacks included

$100 $50

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Four- or Six-Hour Inshore Fishing Charter for Four at Goin' Coastal Charters (Up to 46% Off)

Goin' Coastal Chartels

Saint Simons Island

Fish for redfish, speckled sea trout, sheepshead, and flounder around Jekyll Island and St. Simons Island on fun, challenging trips

$450 $255

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Georgia Sea Turtle Center Visit for Two or Four (Up to 39% Off)

Georgia Sea Turtle Center

Jekyll Island

Watch sea turtles being nursed back to health and explore interactive exhibits about sea turtles and wildlife

$14 $8.50

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Guided Sunset Paddle & Pub Tour for One, Two, or Four from Sea, Surf & SUP (Up to 56% Off)

Sea, Surf & SUP

Saint Marys / Public Dock

Follow a guide down St. Mary’s riverfront with a kayak or standup paddleboard and finish at Sharkbite Bar & Grill with a $5 drink credit

$65 $35

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It was a bold idea?opening a restaurant in the midst of the Great Depression. But the founders were truly convinced that if they maintained a clean space with low prices and friendly service, they'd drum up more than enough business to support themselves. And on October 24, 1932, when Krystal's first customer walked out with six Krystals and a cup of coffee for 35 cents, the restaurant's remarkably successful run began.

More than 81 years later, Krystal reigns as one of the oldest fast-food brands in the country. Their namesake creation remains their biggest draw, snack-size burgers topped with diced onion, mustard, and pickle on a soft, square bun. Over the years they've added other hugely popular menu items, including breakfast scramblers and MilkQuakes made from 100% real ice cream. Even after eight decades, enthusiasm from customers has hardly cooled: Krystal gets so much fan mail, the staff have a Krystal Lovers Hall of Fame, for which inductees have their illustrated likeness printed on more than a million burger boxes.

2307 Plant Ave
Waycross,
GA
US

At Highland Walk Golf Course, Bermuda grass fairways and greens arch over 6,407 yards of steep hills studded by tall Georgia pines for a challenging 18-hole layout. Throughout the round, the course’s dramatically undulating terrain gives way to sweeping views of the countryside as well as numerous blind shots, giving an advantage to players whose golf bags double as periscopes. Georgian course architect Denis Griffith’s creative use of the terrain is on full display at the signature 17th hole, where golfers drive the ball from terraced tee boxes and over the shadowy, intimidating depths of a ravine. Though the elevation changes place precise shot making at a premium, the course features relatively open fairways and greens, providing ample landing areas for aggressive drives and caddies airlifted in for emergency putt-reading services.

Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 72 course * Length of 6,407 yards from the farthest tees * Course rating of 71.4 from the farthest tees * Slope rating of 131 from the farthest tees * Four tee options

5500 Laura Walker Rd.
Waycross,
GA
US

The Palace Place is a company where you can find just about any and everything. From clothing to electronics, antiques and housewares. Whatever you want, I'm sure we can assist you with it.

200 North Madison Avenue
Douglas,
GA
US

Amid cypress swamps and the gurgling waters of Seventeen-Mile River, anglers and nature enthusiasts alike can quiet their minds and enjoy the sunshine. While spending the nights at one of General Coffee State Park's 50 primitive campsites, visitors can spend the day with their line in the water, spotting gopher tortoises crawl through endangered plants in the wiregrass nearby. But there's also plenty to do besides fish. The onsite Heritage Farm, for instance, showcases the area's agricultural history with log cabins, a tobacco barn, a cane mill, and a corn crib, as well as friendly sheep, chickens, and pigs. To get the full rustic experience, campers can also roast hot dogs in a fire pit, draw water for their breakfast from the nearby spigots, and look up at the stars to find all the constellations they just made up.

46 John Coffee Road
Nicholls,
GA
US

Owners William and Paula Smith arm players with Spyder or Tippmann markers before they trek across bridges, sneak through the trees, and dodge incoming fire from behind a cluster of barrels on Low Country Paintball’s wooded field. The staff has decorated its massive course with obstacles and barriers such as an upturned rowboat and a rusty old truck. Elsewhere on the 63-acre facility, staff members oversee participants who weave through the speedball field’s bounty of blue inflatables. In addition to open-play sessions, Low Country Paintball hosts frequent games and events through its LCP Scenario branch, including bouts themed after famous battles such as the Thumb War of 1812.

67 Low Country Ln.
Ludowici,
GA
US

To distinguish themselves from lesser mud-race organizers, the founders of Sqwish Sqwash Challenges aspired to design the most elite of mud courses. Thus, they turned to the most elite of men, the Navy SEALs. Drawing inspiration from their special-ops training, SEAL members help design Sqwish Sqwash's four course levels, adjusting the difficulty of each to accommodate beginner, intermediate, and hardened athletes alike. Obstacles range from flooded ditches to piles of mud-caked tractor tires, testing the physical and emotional endurance of both individuals and teams. Each day ends with a post-race party thrown by sponsor and partner Yuengling, plus an awards ceremony that recognizes top runners, the best costume, and anyone who can reach the finish line in an unstained white linen suit.

For those wanting to get into race shape, Sqwish Sqwash's website provides online training plans, as well as recommendations on where to get fit. Proceeds from each race go toward select charities such as the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation and the Special Operations Warrior Foundation.

340 Cumberland Rd.
Hortense,
GA
US