Riverview Hotel

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Famous folks who have stayed here include author Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, Admiral Chester Nimitz and Senator Richard Russell. Room 8 is said to be haunted by a male apparition. At one time during a power outage, the lights in that room mysteriously stayed on.

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105 Osborne Street
St. Marys, Georgia
United States

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30.720604743125627, -81.54880674292224
Camden County, Georgia
Nearest Towns:
Saint Marys, GA (0.7 mi.)
Kings Bay Base, GA (5.5 mi.)
Fernandina Beach, FL (6.2 mi.)
Yulee, FL (7.0 mi.)
Kingsland, GA (10.0 mi.)
Woodbine, GA (19.7 mi.)
Callahan, FL (20.0 mi.)
Nassau Village-Ratliff, FL (21.2 mi.)
Hilliard, FL (22.0 mi.)
Jacksonville, FL (27.6 mi.)

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