Beaches and The Coast

Beaches and The Coast

  • 1Fort McAllister

    Credit: Michael Owens via Flickr
    Located south of Savannah on the banks of the Ogeechee River, this park showcases the best-preserved earthwork fortification of the Confederacy.
  • 2Cockspur

    Credit: Coastal Georgia Photography via Flickr
    Cockspur Island is beautifully maintained and open to visitors looking to explore pristine marsh land and historic military engineering.
  • 3Okefenokee

    Credit: GDECD Photography
    The Okefenokee Swamp is the largest, intact, un-fragmented, freshwater and black water wilderness swamp in North America.
  • 4Savannah

    Credit: Dawna Moore Photography via Flickr
    Savannah's River Street is a glittering, multi-faceted gem along the broad Savannah River.
  • 5Tybee Lighthouse

    Credit: JENO Photography via Flickr
    The Tybee Island Light Station has been guiding mariners safe entrance into the Savannah River for more than 270 years.
  • 6Skidaway Island

    Credit: greenkayak73 via Flickr
    Trails wind through maritime forest and past salt marsh at Skidaway Island State Park.
  • 7Cumberland Island

    Cumberland Island is home to pristine maritime forests, undeveloped beaches, wide marshes and historic sites.
  • 8St. Simons

    Credit: John Harvey via Flickr
    St. Simons Island Pier is a great location for an evening stroll after dinner in downtown St. Simons Island.
  • 9Sidney Lanier

    Credit: Dawna Moore Photography via Flickr
    The Sidney Lanier Bridge, Georgia’s tallest cable-stayed suspension bridge, provides easy access to the Golden Isles from Interstate 95.
  • 10Driftwood Beach

    Credit: Robert Rainbow via Flickr
    Driftwood Beach on Jekyll Island will amaze you with the beautiful driftwood and trees that resemble a tree graveyard.
  • 11The Beautiful Georgia Coast