Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Tyme on Tybee

Blogging a great way to Take Your Memories Everywhere! We spent a week discovering this barrier island conveniently located just outside of Savannah Georgia.

We upgraded to a cabin in Riversend Campground, since we left HaRVey behind. Glad we did it, was pretty packed with RV's since the Oct. Hurricane had closed many state parks in Georgia and up along the coast.

Our cabins was very basic, we needed to bring everything from bedding to dishes and there was no cooking inside. But we have a little electric plate and had a grill and fire pit to use between eating out.

We could enjoy a little breakfast alfresco with Shitakes from the farmers market or even fry up some fresh oysters from the local market.

They even had nightly programs, a pot luck, movie night "The Lorax" and music jam by the campfire. A nice way to meet fellow travelers.

The next weekend they are hosting a Vintage Trailer gathering. Some were already arriving.

North Beach on Tybee

It's not a very big island so we could walk just about anywhere. Just minutes to Savannah River Beach for a sunset or the Atlantic Ocean for a sunrise. Very clean beaches except for all the Canon Ball jellyfish that wash up during the tides.
Canon Ball Jellyfish

Tarapin turtles at the Marine Museum
Crab Shack very entertaining place

From light houses to marine museums. We also ate our way around the island.

Bubbas for drinks a few hushpuppies on the docks
Best fried oysters and watermelon margarita at AJ's

Shrimping Boats at the docks

Shops at Tybee Oaks

Shopping was also a form of entertainment.
Not your usual touristy junk, just junk of a different kind.

Lots to look at
Bike for rent include cooler cups

Tybee Oaks Chili Cookoff

Other places to stay?

Good night Tybee Island, GA



  1. Great place and it had to a lot of fun to see those vintage campers up close and personal.