Tybee Island is a great place for Girl Scout Troops to explore, learn and bond. There is no shortage of educational and fun activities and attractions on the island. You might even have a hard time deciding which to choose. Don't forget to spend a day in Savannah to visit the Birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low, the founder of Girl Scouts of the USA!
Trying something new is a great way for children to learn and grow and we are sure that you will find a new activity to try on the island! These are a few of our top recommendations for kid-friendly Tybee Island activities:
Be sure to browse additional excursions and attractions below, too!
Finding Tybee Island lodging for large groups like Girl Scout Troops can be hard, but not when you book with Oceanfront Cottage Rentals! We are pleased to offer a great selection of large Tybee Island vacation rentals that are perfect for groups. These 4- and 5-bedroom homes can sleep up to 14 people, so one is left behind!
Learn about the Tybee’s past and stay in a historic mansion or book a beachfront home and have a sing-along at sunset. No matter which home or condo complex you chose, you are sure to be impressed!
Search our full inventory of Tybee Island rentals for additional options and book directly with Oceanfront Cottage to save! Not sure which option is best for your Girl Scout Troop? Contact our team of rental experts today for assistance in finding the perfect vacation rental today!
Captain Derek’s Dolphin Adventure
During your cruise along Tybee’s Historic and beautiful coast, you will see the Cockspur Island Lighthouse, the Tybee Island Lighthouse and Fort Pulaski.
Captain Mike’s Dolphin Tours
The tour departs daily from Lazaretto Creek Marina, heading toward the Atlantic ocean, passing by shrimp boats and boat docks that portray the charm of an old fishing village. The boat passes by the Cockspur lighthouse (bu...More
Fort Pulaski National Monument
Fort Pulaski National Monument is located on Cockspur Island between Savannah and Tybee Island, Georgia. This Historic fort is a must see! The park features nature trails, a museum and bike trails. Hwy 80 East, Savannah GA...More
Juliette Gordon Low House
Juliette Gordon Low, founder of Girl Scouts of the USA, was born Juliette Magill Kinzie Gordon on October 31, 1860, in Savannah, Georgia. Groups of 10 or more need reservations. Monday, Tuesday and Thursday-Saturday 10 am-...More
Marine Science Center
The mission of the Tybee Island Marine Science Center is to promote the appreciation, conservation, and understanding of the marine ecosystem of coastal Georgia through education and service. Marine education programs on T...More
Oatland Island Wildlife Center
Oatland Island Wildlife Center currently occupies over 100 acres of maritime forest and exhibits over 50 species of animals. For the past 30 plus years, the center has been introducing school groups and other guests to the...More
Sweets and Treats! You have got to stop in and try some of their fresh Gelato Italian Ice Cream from real ingredients (nothing artificial)!
18B Tybrisa Street
Tybee Island Lighthouse
The Lightstation and Museum are surely a stop you do not want to miss. We encourage you to visit our Gift Shops to support our efforts. We also look forward to seeing you after your journey up our 178 steps to the top. Tou...More
The Tybee Island Museum is located across the street from the Tybee Island Lighthouse.
30 Meddin Ave
Tybee Pier and Pavilion
Tybee Pier and Pavillion features picnic tables, a snack bar and public restrooms. Located on the south end of Tybee and steps from many shops and restaurants. Fantastic spot for fishing and people watching!More