Year-Round Activities

FISHING

Tussock Bay has wonderful year-round fishing in its three black water ponds. Each pond is stocked with Largemouth Bass, Bream, Sunfish, and Channel Catfish. Spring bass are especially exciting. 

IMG_0984

MAKE YOURSELF AT HOME

Just Relax

Tussock Bay provides an escape from the rigor of daily life.  The property is serene, quiet, and beautiful.  Relax in our comfortable accommodations. Sit on the deck at our Bay Lodge and watch the sun peek through the adjacent cypress pond. Plan an early morning walk. Established nature trails draw you into the pine plantation and hardwood bottoms. Get your morning exercise with a brisk walk or simply relax on the dock and do nothing. 

Entertain Your Friends

Our Bay Pavilion provides a wonderful atmosphere for showers, birthday parties, corporate meetings, family reunions, and dinner parties. Over the years, we have catered to an array of exclusive events for many customers. Formal dinners, annual corporate meetings, corporate fundraisers, and other less formal occasions.

We love birthday parties and scavenger hunts.  Showers are especially nice because our friends allow us to share with them their most important and memorable moments in life.  No matter what your occasion, let us help you plan and deliver the perfect event.

BEYOUND THE PROPERTY

NEARBY DOUGLAS GEORGIA

Coffee County, Georgia has numerous local attractions.  Stroll down the streets of nearby Douglas, Georgia.  This quaint community is chock-full of antique shops, charming boutiques, and locally owned restaurants.  Links to other notable attractions are listed below:

World War II Flight Training Museum
wwiiflighttraining.org
(912) 383-9111

Heritage Station Museum
cityofdouglasga.gov

Ashley-Slater House
cityofdouglas.gov

General Coffee State Park

Broxton Rocks
tncgeorgia@tnc.org

IMG_2257

REGIONAL FISHING AND EXPLORATION

Beyond the property, Tussock Bay is only a short drive to the best fishing in the state of Georgia. The closest are the Satilla, Ocmulgee, and Altamaha Rivers. These rivers are renowned for their Redbreast, Bream, and Shell Cracker fishing. Cats and fall specks never disappoint.

Okeefeenokee Swamp, the largest blackwater swamp in North America, is only forty-five minutes away.  Warmouth, Jack, and Butter Catfish are fisherman staples.  Step back in time five hundred years and experience nature, unblemished by man.

The Georgia coast is ninety miles away.  Inshore and offshore fishing is unparalleled.  From Tybee Island to Cumberland Island, there is nothing like fishing Georgia’s barrier islands.

If costal fishing isn’t your thing, visit Cumberland Island.  It, like Okeefeenokee, is a step back in time.  If you ever experience Cumberland’s scenic beauty, wild horses and remote beaches, you will be hooked forever.