Families searching for a section of St. Simons Island real estate to call their own may want to look no further than the south end village area.
It offers residents easy access to a myriad of year round activities and beautiful homes. For example, Neptune Park Fun Zone is one south end village hot spot that families traditionally love to visit during the warmer months of the year. Tucked away on Beach View Drive, it has enough family friendly diversions to keep the kids busy all day long.
With great views of the iconic, St. Simonâ€™s Lighthouse, the venue is divided up into distinct sections; including a playground thatâ€™s typically busy three seasons of the year. It has all of the playground equipment that generally appeals to toddlers, elementary school children and some tweens. The newly remodeled, 18-Hole miniature golf course, on the other hand, receives a great deal of foot traffic year round.
The fenced in course is flat and there are paved walk areas that make it easy to get around the charming course. Just donâ€™t count on there being much shade. It does feature a few trees but they donâ€™t offer much respite from the sunâ€™s rays. Families have the option of purchasing unlimited, year round play for approximately $250. And residents shouldn’t worry; individual and 10-round passes are available too.
Once the heat of summer descends on St. Simons Islandâ€™s south end, the zoneâ€™s outdoor pool area is the place to be. Located alongside of the miniature golf course with views of the waterfront, it offers a little something for every member of the family. Thus, everyone can throw their belongings into a rental locker and hit the area of the choice. Parents with toddlers tend to stick with the circular play area where the water is shallow and there is a built-in, water playground.
Adults tend to gravitate towards the J-shaped pool, which is both deeper and larger than the kiddie area. They also have the option of signing up for water aerobics classes and lap swims from Memorial Day Weekend until the end of September. Thatâ€™s typically when the outdoor pool shuts down for the year. Families that opt to purchase a seasonal pool pass as opposed to forking over the daily rate may expect to pay around $150.
To learn more about what the south end village area has to offer families in terms of St. Simons Island real estate and four season diversions, please contact us at DeLoach Sothebyâ€™s International Realty today.