The temperatures are terrific on Tybee Island in the spring. March sees an average high of 67°, April 74° and May 80°. It’s a great time to come to River’s End Campground for a quick spring break.
If you’re feeling a little inactive after the winter, visiting the Island is a great way to get back in shape. The combination of water, sand and a great looking town offer many ways to shake off the cold, scrape away the rust and enjoy nature at its best.
Being at the end of the Savannah River and near the Atlantic Ocean means a slew of watersport fun on the island. Jet skiing, kayaking, paddle boarding and boat tours are all terrific ways to enjoy the abundance of water surrounding Tybee Island.
If you’ve ever seen the movie, The Big Year with Jack Black, Steve Martin and Owen Wilson, you’ve experience the world of birding. Enthusiasts of this activity spot and note different bird species. Ask your River’s End specialist on the best places on the island to view the more than 211 bird species!
Designated routes, an even landscape and safe streets make for good walking and biking that will work those legs and invigorate the rest of the body.
And let’s not underestimate doing nothing. Christopher Morley, a 20th century American journalist, novelist, essayist and poet once said: Loafing needs no explanation and is its own excuse. And if there’s anything you could probably use more of, it’s relaxing. River’s End Campground and Tybee Island where you’re surrounded by beach, water and a slower pace of life is the perfect place to do that. As Peter from the movie, Office Space, said in reply the question, what did you do all day: I did nothing and it was everything I thought it could be. This is a great place to do nothing!
River’s End Campground
River’s End Campground is not just for camping, not just for cottages and not just for RV sites. It offers all three! The amenities include Wifi, Tybee Island’s largest swimming pool and a dog park for your pet. Reserve a spot this spring at www.riversendcampground.com.