Savannah, Georgia Beach Campgrounds

Savannah, Georgia Beach Campgrounds
Savannah, Georgia is located on the Atlantic coast near the border of Georgia and South Carolina. Nearby Tybee Island offers some of the most popular beaches in the region. The region is also rich with Civil War history, including exhibits at nearby forts Oglethorpe and McAllister. For a unique dining and shopping experience, visit Savannah's River Street, a cobblestone street that retains much of its original 1800's feel.

River's End Campground and RV Park

Tybee Island is among Georgia's most popular beach destinations, lying just outside of Savannah itself. Rivers End Campground is a coastal campground within a half-mile of the beach. With full-hookup RV sites, tent sites and cabin rentals, the RV park features free cable television and Wi-Fi, air-conditioned bath houses, a swimming pool and laundry facilities.

River's End Campground and RV Park
5 Fort Ave at Polk St
Tybee Island, Ga. 31328
(912) 786-5518

Skidaway Island State Park

Part of the Georgia state park system, Skidaway Island State Park is situated upon the Skidaway Narrows, part of the Intracoastal Waterway system. Hiking trails wind their way through pristine forest and salt marshes, offering opportunities for wildlife viewing at National Wassaw Wildlife Refuge. An observation tower, and natural and cultural exhibits round out the Skidway Island park's offerings, all within the historic city of Savannah itself, and just a few miles from the beautiful beaches this coastline is known for. For camping, the park offers both tent and RV sites, with water and 30-amp electrical service available. A limited number of sites have 50-amp service available.

Skidaway Island State Park
52 Diamond Causeway
Savannah , GA 31411
(912) 598-2300

Fort McAllister State Park

Located just south of historic Savannah, Fort McAllister Historic State Park is home to the best preserved earthen fortification of the confederacy from the U.S. Civil War. The campground sits along the Great Ogeechee River, and offers hiking, fishing and picnicking. A Civil War museum on premises makes for a unique experience at this park. Tent and RV sites with water and 30-amp electrical service are available. Backcountry camping is allowed at this park also, but backcountry campers do need a permit.

Fort McAllister Historic Park
3894 Fort McAllister Road
Richmond Hill , GA 31324
(912) 727-2339

Article Written By Christopher Williams

Christopher Williams has spent over 11 years working in the information technology, health care and outdoor recreation fields. He has over seven years of technical and educational writing experience, and has brought strong skills and passion to the Demand Studios team in articles for eHow and Trails in 2009.

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