Georgia and South Carolina Islands

River’s End Campground is near Savannah in the heart of the southeastern low country. This is an ideal place to observe the fantastic marshes and islands of the Georgia and South Carolina coasts.

Many of these islands have become seafront resorts, places of beach-going, boating, golfing, fishing and sight-seeing. Other than Tybee Island, you can visit the more upscale St Simons Island, Jekyll Island and Hilton Head.

Hilton Head Island

Hilton Head is just over the South Carolina border and less than an hour from Savannah and an hour and twenty minutes from Tybee Island.

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Golfers love this area which is also popular with beachcombers because of its numerous beaches and natural areas for active recreation. This includes nearby Pinckney Island National Wildlife Refuge. Other attractions are a lighthouse, the city of Bluffton and plantation ruins.

St Simons Island

An hour or so south of Savannah, is St. Simons Island, another of Georgia’s sea island resorts. The island boasts one of Georgia’s earliest colonial settlements that mainly turned into cotton plantations and finally a small town.

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The most popular sights are the Fort Frederica National Monument and St Simons Island Lighthouse. The favorite activities of visitors appear to be beaching, golfing, biking, kayaking and fishing.

Jekyll Island

This once winter retreat of the wealthy and influential has been redeveloped as a public resort. Attractions include the Jekyll Island Club Historic District. Here you can see the hotels and cottages of those 19th-century denizens. The tree graveyard at Driftwood Beach is also a visitor favorite.

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About River’s End Campground

After you park your RV, visit the area around Tybee. Then go back to River’s End Campground and RV Park. Reserve a full hookup RV site, a primitive campsite or a rustic cabin by visiting our reservation page at www.riversendcampground.com or by calling 800-786-1016.