Area Beaches and Parks

Tybee Island’s busiest spot, South Beach, extends southward from 14th Street. Soft sands, mild waves and constant lifeguards make this the ideal place for families, light swimmers and anyone looking to have a good time.

Savannah’s ultimate recreational area is Forsyth Park, 30 acres of green space in the city’s Historic District. The stunning park features a café, playgrounds, basketball courts, tennis courts and large fields, along with monuments and a magnificent two-tiered, white cast-iron fountain. Other popular recreational parks in Savannah include Daffin Park andLake Mayer.

The city’s forts, including Fort Pulaski National Monument, Old Fort Jackson and Fort McAllister Historic Park, are popular destinations for history buffs and those who appreciate nature. Tricentennial Park, a series of historic sites in Downtown Savannah, is a great place to walk the land and learn about the city’s early history.

 

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Local Farmer’s Market

Forsyth Farmer's Market - Growing Our Community Park Ave. and Drayton St, Savannah, GA 31401 Saturday's from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM The Forsyth Farmers’ Market (FFM) was founded in 2009 by six women who came together with the intention of supporting their common vision of...

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Cruisin’ Highway 80

Tybee Island GA – Savannah’s Beach Follow US-80 East to Tybee Island Tybee Island also known as Savannah Beach, is an easily accessible barrier island located just 18 miles away from the Hostess City of the South, historic Savannah, Georgia. Savannah’s Beach is an...

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St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick's Day Parade - Erin Go Bragh! 5 W Liberty Street Savannah, GA 31401 March 17th Every Year The celebration of Saint Patrick's Day began first in Boston in 1737. It started as a religious holiday and many Irish Catholics still begin the day by going to mass....

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