Savannah Family Attractions
Oatland Island Education Center
DESCRIPTION: Features a 2-mile “Native Animal Nature Trail” that winds through maritime forest, salt marsh, and freshwater wetlands; Along the way, visitors can observe native animals such as panthers, timberwolves, alligators, and more in their natural habitat; self-guided trail walks.
ADMISSION: Small fee
DAYS & HOURS: Mon-Fri 9a-4p, Sat 10a-4p
ADDRESS: 711 Sandtown Road, Savannah, GA MAP
PARKING: on premises
Tybee Island Beach
DESCRIPTION: Sun, sea and summer breezes have a charm all their own; when you can combine all that with a taste of history, there’s a surefire draw to Tybee Island. The little beachfront colony is only 18 miles from historic downtown Savannah, Georgia, but it doesn’t get lost in the more dramatic lures of one of the top tourist cities in the country. The island is a year-round haven for a few thousand citizens. During spring and summer, the population swells when summer breezes send the scent of fresh salt air toward the city.
ADDRESS: Tybee Island, Savannah, GA MAP
Bellaire Woods Campground
DESCRIPTION: Features 142 Campsites, include full hookups, pull through, water and electricity, pool and bathhouse.
ADDRESS: 805 Fort Argyle Road, Savannah, GA MAP
Skidaway Island State Park
DESCRIPTION: features 88 Campsites, includes pull through, water and electricity, pool and bathhouse.
ADDRESS: 52 Diamond Causeway, Savannah, GA MAP