Tybee Island’s nutrient-rich water and convenient fishing piers make it one of the best places to fish in Georgia.
Whether you are an avid fisher or just taking trying it out. You can almost bet on leaving Tybee with your own fishing success tale. On Tybee, you can fish from one of the fishing piers, right on the beach, charter a deep-sea fishing adventure or kayak fish in the back river.
Looking for details to plan the perfect Tybee fishing experience? Let us tell you exactly how!
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Well, let Oceanfront Cottage Rentals tell you about a piece of history on Tybee Island.
Fort Pulaski is a preserved war fort that was mainly used during the Civil War. First built in the 1830s used as a prisoner of war camp and finished construction by 1845. The fort also attracts over 400,000 visitors a year. Continue reading ““History Nut?” Or maybe just looking for something different at the beach…..”
Our favorite time of year has arrived again! We’d love for everyone to join us! Get the full list of events right here! Continue reading “Tybee Pirate’s Fest 2019”
For many people, Labor Day weekend is considered the unofficial last weekend of Summer. This three day weekend is also another excuse to plan a trip to the beach!
One of the biggest celebrations on the Georgia coast happens right here on Tybee Island.
Planning your holiday weekend should be easy, so we want to pitch in and share our tips on how to make the most of your Tybee Labor Day weekend.
#1. Book A Beach Home Rental!
Are you spending the weekend with just a few friends or inviting the whole family? Chances are, Oceanfront Cottage Rentals will have the perfect vacation rental home to offer you. Check out the availability here or contact a Vacation planner now. 912-786-0054 Availability will not last long!
#2. You’re going to need groceries!
A Labor Day weekend is not complete without firing up the grill. Make sure you have everything you need to prepare snacks and meals throughout the weekend by visiting one of the local grocery stores. If you would prefer to skip the lines, Tybee Island’s IGA also offers Grocery delivery!
#3. Rent beach equipment and bikes!
One of the many great things about Tybee is that you can get everywhere by bike. Tim’s Beach Gear and Burke’s Beach Gear rentals offer bike and beach gear rentals. They will also deliver and set up your gear.
#4. Put on your dancing shoes!
That’s right, grab your dancing shoes (or flip flops will do). There will be a live band performing on the Tybee Pier and Pavillion. The performances will include covers of beach music that the whole family will recognize.
#5. Plan to take lots of pictures!
Make sure your phone is charged because you are going to want to capture all the memories of this weekend. You’ll definitely want to plan on taking pictures under the fireworks display that will take place on Tybee’s south beach.
Whether you are visiting Tybee to relax or experience a new adventure, Tybee has something for everyone.
Tybee Island is a Beach town with about 3 miles of coastline and a contagious vibe. Are you looking to make the most of your trip and not break the bank? Here is our list of top 5 things to do for under $5.00.
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Our Sister City, Savannah, Georgia hosts one of the largest St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations in the world. A Savannah St. Patrick’s Day is an experience that you will remember for a lifetime. Since Tybee is only 12-15 minutes from downtown Savannah and there is festive Trolley Transportation, we recommend staying on the beach for your Savannah St. Pat’s Day experience! Continue reading “Staying on Tybee for Savannah’s St. Patrick’s Day”
For years there have been discussions surrounding the possibility of a brand new Tybee Island Marine Science Center. The new Tybee Island Marine center plans included indoor galleries, shops, direct beach access and an outdoor theater.
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The icy swim meet on Jan 1st of each year is often called “The Polar Plunge”. It is often thought that this event means that if you survive the icy waters that you can meet any challenge that comes your way in the New Year.
Continue reading “Plunge into 2019!”
The early 1870’s saw a manifestation of the American coastal resort movement. The only way to Tybee in those days was via daily steamship service.
Continue reading “The Road to Tybee……or lack there of before 1923”
How are you spending your Thanksgiving this year? Is it with family and friends or just you and your spouse?
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