While Osprey Cove offers the best of small town living including friendly neighbors to keep you active and as busy as you’d like, we understand staying healthy and maintaining your mind, body and spirit are a top priority. Our year-round climate is perfect for outdoor activities ranging from walking and biking our trail system to walking 18-holes of the golf course and kayaking on the river. When not enjoying the beautiful natural surroundings, the Club at Osprey Cove offers state-of-the-art facilities to help keep your health and wellness on track.
Take time to train, condition, and enjoy the sport on one of our four Har-Tru clay courts. Members stay active on the courts with Osprey Cove’s weekly member clinics, camps, and leagues. Private and group lessons are also available with our seasoned tennis professionals.
The Fitness Center at Osprey Cove is state of the art and includes three treadmills, four stationary bicycles, and three elliptical machines. In addition, the River Room offers a full array of fitness classes including Zumba, Yoga, Pilates, stretch classes and many more.
Osprey Cove’s aquatic center features a recently renovated pool complete with lap lanes and lounging area. Our youngest members also enjoy a children’s pool, while their parents are comforted by the additional safety their children have while enjoying the water. In addition to fun for the family, there is also a seasonal water aerobics class.
Boat Dock and St. Marys River
The water is integral to life at Osprey Cove. With the St. Marys River running through the spectacular marshes that cozy up to our community, and the ocean within easy reach, many of the pleasures of living here center around adventures on the water. Our members love kayaking the river, meandering down the boardwalk along the river’s edge, taking a sunset cruise, grabbing a drink with friends at the marsh front Tiki Hut, or fishing for tarpon, Spanish and king mackerel, cobia, and reds. Along the Cumberland Island National Seashore, mere minutes away, the largest and southernmost barrier island in Georgia, there are 18 miles of white-sand beaches perfect for beachcombing. There you can catch a glimpse of wild horses, dolphins, sea turtles, shore birds and much more. And, of course, for those who choose a marsh or riverfront home or home site, the joys of life on the water are never-ending.