With more than 70 environmental, educational, research and resource interactive exhibits and displays, the annual CoastFest festival highlights Georgia’s unique coastal environment in a family-friendly day of fun and education with GA DNR Coastal Resources Division at Mary Ross Waterfront Park in Historic Downtown Brunswick.
Visitors of all ages can participate in activities from recycling to learning about coastal weather, native plants to sea turtles, water conservation to archeology, herpetology to geology, sharks to shrimp!
Throughout the day under the Big Top, visitors will be entertained by many unique events:
Bubble-ologist Keith Johnson uses imagination and science to explore how bubbles work.
Reptiles and raptors from the Center for Wildlife Education at Georgia Southern University will take center stage for two shows throughout the day
Magician Arthur Atsma will amaze the audience with science and Newtonian physics taught through fast-paced circus stunts and magic tricks.
Jim Sawgrass and his Creek Indian encampment
Military re-enactors from the Revolutionary War through the Civil War
Touch tanks with unique coastal Georgia sea life
Plenty of ‘make-it-take-it’ projects
Since 1995, GA DNR/Coastal Resources Division has hosted CoastFest on the first Saturday in October in support of the three-week national 'CoastWeeks' event.
Learn more about CoastFest.