Tybee Island is the closest beach to the historic city of Savannah and one of the most popular and iconic coastal destinations in Georgia. The main beach is popular and active without being overly crowded, and the small island offers many less populated beaches for those who want to get away from it all. River’s End Campground is perfectly located on the north side of Tybee Island, which is removed enough from the main drag to offer peace and quiet but close enough to still walk to many delicious seafood restaurants and lively bars. The north side of Tybee Island has some of the island’s most pristine beaches as well as a stunning historic lighthouse.
River’s End Campground offers premiere access to Georgia’s most fun, family-friendly beach: Tybee Island. From this campground, you can easily walk out to quiet, uncrowded beaches, the historic lighthouse, the visitor’s center, and Fort Screven, all right at your doorstep. If you want to walk along the beach for 20 or 30 minutes, you’ll end up at Tybee Island’s boardwalk area, filled with sun bathers, surfers, activities for kids, the aquarium, and restaurants with bottomless crab legs and giant margaritas. You can even spot horseshoe crabs, turtles, and dolphins here sometimes.