Tybee Island Area Information
Tybee Island Area Information - Updated May 1st, 2020
- Beaches are open for recreational use. If visiting you must practice social distancing. Groups of 10 or more are not allowed. The lifeguard season has not yet started.
- Vacation rentals are allowed and may welcome guests beginning May 1st, 2020.
- Georgia Governor has placed a shelter in place order for the medically fragile and elderly until June 12th, 2020.
- Restaurants are allowed to open but must follow government guidelines and practice social distancing. Most restaurants are still only offering carryout and delivery options. For an updated list of known business activity visit our Guest Guide.
- Grocery stores are open but are limiting the number of people that may be inside at one time. We advise all visitors to bring as many supplies from home as possible. This helps residents that will also need supplies.
- Allowing in-person religious services to resume in accordance with strict social distancing protocols.
- You must practice social distancing and may not be in public groups of 10 people or more.
- Remember it is against the law to walk through protected sand dunes. DNR is present and writing citations for people who disturb the sand dunes and vegetation.
- For more Beach Best Practices click here.
We advise all guests to do their due diligence and keep themselves up to date with policies and rules. Supporting information may be found on the following websites.
City of Tybee
State of Georgia
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention