Yes, visitors, residents and contented River’s End Campground guests all eat hearty on Tybee Island. According to the New Georgia Encyclopedia, Tybee Island is 2.7-square-miles with about 3,400 people. How many restaurants do you think the island holds?
More than 30!
These eateries offer southern, island, eclectic and of course, fresh, succulent seafood dishes. Dress of the day tends toward flip flops and topsiders. People enjoy incredible meals in a laid-back atmosphere of fun, serenity and general well-being.
While we do not endorse any specific restaurants, below are a few places to refuel:
You will love the homey, nautical-themed of this cool waterfront fish shack serving the day’s catch and fried shellfish!
This former ice cream parlor turned casual eatery specializes in Southern-inspired seafood and steaks.
Coco’s Sunset Grille
The great views, friendly staff and fresh, locally caught seafood keep Coco’s very busy!
Bites and booze abound in this natural, friendly roadhouse offering mixed drinks, beer and specialty pizzas along with live music and the latest sports on TV.
Unfold the umbrella at your deck table in case you need it for a bright, sunshiny day on Tybee. This laid-back venue serves southern seafood and offers live music in a funky setting.
North Beach Bar & Grill
If you like food with a Caribbean flair, visit the colorful beach shack and palm-shaded deck and partake in delicious seafood plus specialty cakes. Bring your appetite!
Other restaurants on Tybee Island include 80 East Gastropub, The Sugar Shack, Tybee Island Social Club, and The Breakfast Club.
About River’s End Campground
After you park your RV, eat well! Between beach visits, biking, sightseeing and just fun and frolic, refuel at one of Tybee’s great restaurants. Then go back to River’s End Campground and RV Park. Reserve a full hookup RV site, a campsite or a rustic cabin by visiting our reservation page at https://www.riversendcampground.com/reservations/ or call 800-786-1016.