This January and February, Jekyll Island's again hiding glass floats along Georgia's most popular beach.
The floats are designed by artists and if you're lucky enough to find one, it's yours. The island asks that you bring it to the welcome center so you can record your find, and get a certificate of authenticity for the float. You'll also be entered in a drawing for a grand prize.
The pursuit's not limited to actual visitors. You can go on a virtual treasure hunt too, searching the island's web site for small, hidden Island Treasure pictures. The first person to click on one wins a float, which will be shipped to them.
And on January 31, geocachers will have a chance to find the floats, using GPS coordinates.
The treasures are inspired by glass floats once used by fishermen. Since the hunt began six years ago, over 1,000 glass floats have been discovered, and they've become collector's items. If you can't find a float, you can always buy one online for $65.
But first, you might as well look on the site. You won't have the gorgeous views, the sunshine or the wind whipping through your hair, though. For that, you'll still have to travel to Georgia.
What's the best thing you've ever found on beach? Let us know in the comments below.