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During his ownership the African American communities were consolidated into the one at Hog Hammock.

In 1969, Reynolds’ widow, Annemarie Schmidt Reynolds, sold the upper two thirds of Sapelo to the State of Georgia then in 1976 she sold the remaining acreage of the south end to the State, that portion becoming the Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve.

The University of Georgia Marine Institute, housed in the former farm and dairy complex built by Reynolds in the 1930s, has conducted estuarine research since 1953 with the focus on the chemical and biological processes associated with the surrounding tidal salt marsh ecosystem.

Seasonal attractions include camping, fishing, birding, swimming or exploring with a friend and a camera.

Home of the Geechee culture, a derivative of the South Carolina Gullah, Hog Hammock comprises 434 acres of privately-owned, or community-owned land.

Day tours for the general public of Hog Hammock and other areas of Sapelo are conducted the year around.

Repainted in its original alternating red and white bands, the Sapelo light is once again a working aid to navigation overlooking the waters of Doboy Sound, once the anchorage for hundreds of sailing ships arriving from all over the world to load pine timber processed at the numerous sawmills in the Darien area.

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Hog Hammock is a center of African American culture and history, one of the most unique communities of its kind on the south Atlantic coast.DNR, through its Parks & Historic Sites Division, also operates the R. Reynolds in the 1940s, the Mansion provides overnight accommodations for groups of up to 28 with meals and other amenities prepared by island residents.