Savannah Historic Ramble

Thunderbolt, Georgia

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This is a wonderfully enchanting ride through Savannah’s National Historic District, the largest in the United States, with twenty-one beautiful, park-like squares. Originally laid out in 1733 by Georgia’s founder, James Edward Oglethorpe, Savannah— with its unique blend of tree-filled squares, perfectly preserved old buildings, vintage storefronts, and 300 years of history—beckons you to explore this city on your bicycle. This ride starts at the fountain at Forsyth Park in the center of Savannah. It includes a tour of Ardsley Park, Daffin Park, Wormsloe Plantation, Isle of Hope, Savannah State University, Thunderbolt, Bonaventure Cemetery, and back to downtown Savannah.
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by John T. Trussell (Falcon Guides)

This is a wonderfully enchanting ride through Savannah’s National Historic District, the largest in the United States, with twenty-one beautiful, park-like squares. Originally laid out in 1733 by Georgia’s founder, James Edward Oglethorpe, Savannah— with its unique blend of tree-filled squares, perfectly preserved old buildings, vintage storefronts, and 300 years of history—beckons you to explore this city on your bicycle.

This ride starts at the fountain at Forsyth Park in the center of Savannah. It includes a tour of Ardsley Park, Daffin Park, Wormsloe Plantation, Isle of Hope, Savannah State University, Thunderbolt, Bonaventure Cemetery, and back to downtown Savannah.

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Activity Type: Road Biking
Nearby City: Thunderbolt
Distance: 24.3
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Season: Year-round
Local Contacts: Savannah Visitors Information Center, Tybee Visitor Information Center
Local Maps: DeLorme: Georgia Atlas and Gazetteer: Page 39.
Driving Directions: Directions to Savannah Historic Ramble

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May 2018