Camping At Tybee Island, Georgia

Camping At Tybee Island, Georgia
Located in southeastern Georgia, Tybee Island is a popular destination for anyone who wants to escape the metropolises surrounding the island and reconnect with nature by going camping. Aside from sandy beaches on the eastern shores, guests camping on this Georgia coastal destination can visit the numerous piers as well as a historic lighthouse and museum on the northern tip.

River's End

Situated on the northern tip of the island, River's End offers R.V. parking and camping grounds, including tent and cabin accommodations. River's End presents various amenities, such as showers, a swimming pool, wireless Internet, laundry facilities and picnic tables. Rates vary depending on the duration and time of year and are charged either nightly, weekly or monthly.

5 Fort Ave at Polk St.
Tybee Island, GA 31328


CanoeCanoe Outfitters

CanoeCanoe Outfitters offers guided canoe trips through five different rivers, including the largest river system in Georgia, and a national wildlife refuge, Okefenokee. Guests can choose from one or multiple night trips, which include canoeing and fishing. Guests also have access to meals prepared by the CanoeCanoe Outfitters crew. CanoeCanoe Outfitters recommends late summer and early winter as the best times of year for canoe and camping trips due to calmer and clearer waters as well as fewer flies.

1102 Hwy 80
Tybee Island, GA 31328

Burton 4-H Center

The Burton 4-H Center, a department of the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at the University of Georgia, offers environmental education classes throughout the year as well as similar courses during the summer to groups of children and adults alike. Although the Burton 4-H Center offers housing, guests must bring sleeping bags. Amenities at the center include a basketball court, a gazebo, a dock and a fire ring. Like with camping, guests at the Burton 4-H Center experience and learn about nature first-hand.

9 Lewis Avenue
Tybee Island, GA 31328


Article Written By Maria Fernanda Cartaya

Maria Fernanda began writing for publication in 2003. She has lived and experienced the outdoors in North and South America, Europe and Africa. Her work has been published in Spanish newspapers. She earned Bachelor of Arts degrees in international relations and French from Syracuse University and speaks three languages. Maria is working on an international journalism Master of Arts from the University of Westminster.

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