Visit River’s End Campground on Tybee Island in Georgia just a few minutes from the historical and beautiful city of Savannah.
Below are five must-see areas to visit in the city:
This sightseeing place is a 30-acre park in the heart of Savannah’s Historic District. Stop and see the white stone Forsyth Fountain, Civil War and Spanish-American War memorials, the Fragrant Garden for the Blind, a 300-year old Chandler Oak Tree and much more.
Several walking tours including ghost tours are staffed with knowledgeable guides who patiently and enthusiastically allow walkers to discover this interesting and vibrant city.
Situated across four blocks in Savannah’s Historic District, the City Market is an open-air marketplace featuring restaurants, cozy bars, niche boutiques and art galleries. It’s a great area to take in the full bounty of the Savannah scene.
Another great spot for a stroll, River Street, is situated alongside the Savannah River. It is a cobblestone street lined with more than 75 shops restaurants, pubs and galleries housed in old cotton warehouses. Street musicians appear after the sun sets adding even more liveliness to the River Street scene.
If you love the written word, you will love strolling through this slightly macabre cemetery with riveting tombstone inscriptions. Covering a hundred acres, you can see the tombstones of Conrad Aiken, the poet and lyricist, Johnny Mercer. It is said to be a “hauntingly beautiful” place.
About River’s End Campground
Enjoy historic Savannah and soak in all of its charm while staying at the awesome River’s End Campground and RV Park. Enjoy all of the amenities of River’s End after parking at your full hookup RV site, camping or renting a rustic cabin. Visit our reservation page at www.riversendcampground.com or call 800-786-1016 to make your Tybee Island RV Park reservation.