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Top Chillin Spots in and near Savannah

  • Savannah, Georgia

    Forsyth Park

    Forsyth Park is the largest park in the historic district of Savannah, Georgia.  For locals and tourists, Forsyth Park is a hub of recreation. Laid out in the 1840's, today the park plays host to concerts, recreation sports, people watching, sun bathing, running, yoga, reading, or just relaxing....
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  • Savannah, Georgia

    Camp at Skidaway Island State Park

    Skidaway Island State Park is a peaceful setting rich with wildlife. A conglomerate of maritime forest and salt marsh, this gem offers all kinds of opportunities for enjoying the outdoors.  We sought out this State Park due to it's proximity to downtown Savannah, but it turned out to be far more...
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  • Hardeeville, South Carolina

    Photograph Wildlife Drive

    This drive begins at he corner of Alligator Alley and Wildlife Drive and lasts about 4.2 miles. The trail is wide enough to fit two vehicles if necessary, but it is a one-way track. There are several places to pull over and observe nature. If you're looking for some interaction with wildlife, thi...
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  • Tybee Island, Georgia

    Cockspur Island Lighthouse from Fort Pulaski

    1.65 mi / 69 ft gain
    The Lighthouse Trail starts at the visitors center at Fort Pulaski. You can take your time and go inside the fort and learn about its history before you start to journey down the 1.7 mile trail to the lighthouse. This is a very easy trail that is suited for just about anyone. You will be walking ...
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  • Bluffton, South Carolina

    Hike the Nature Trail at Sergeant Jasper Park

    2.8 mi
    This park is filled with everything an outdoor adventure should have. Each of the seven lakes has gorgeous look out spots where you can fish (if you purchase a daily pass). There is a nature trail that goes throughout the park as well as wraps around the lakes and twists through the lush forest. ...
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  • Hilton Head Island, South Carolina

    Historic Leamington Lighthouse

    The Leamington Lighthouse, also known as the Hilton Head Rear-Range Lighthouse, was built in 1879 and is now a preserved landmark on Hilton Head Island. The lighthouse is a mere five minute walk from the side of Leamington Lane (located inside the Leamington gated community). From the pin, there ...
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  • Bluffton, South Carolina

    Walk the Nature Trail at the Pinckney Island Wildlife Refuge

    7.8 mi
    This trail is located on the Pinckney Island Wildlife Refuge. The trail is very well marked and well maintained so it's easy to access. But, it also runs right along several marshes and swamps so the wildlife is incredible. While walking near Ibis Pond you'll see several types of birds. When you ...
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  • Saint Helena Island, South Carolina

    Camp at the Boneyard Beaches of Hunting Island State Park

    3 mi
    There are a few different access trails throughout the park and all are equally impressive with scenery and ease of hike but starting from the Hunting Island Campground take the beach access near the campground store and you have miles of boneyard beaches, dunes and groves of palmetto trees litte...
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