A great swimming beach - at least in the off season. Parking is easy and there are decent food options nearby, if you love the Official Cuisine of the Beach, fried food.
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We visited this beach the Friday after Hurricane Irma. We didn't realize there was a beach there. We were trying to get to the Tybee Lighthouse and Museum but it was closed. It wasn't reopening until Saturday. As we pulled up to the lighthouse we...More
Barring hurricanes and tiptoeing around washed-up jellyfish, a fine beach. Generally warm if not exactly sparkling-clear waters, flights of pelicans offshore, occasional pods of dolphins, crabs burrowing in sand, and always some impressive cargo ship in the distance, bound for or departing the port of...More
We love the small community of Tybee. It has quaint shops, great restaurants and wonderful beaches. The beaches are clean and well kept. They protect the dunes, which is awesome and not always the case at other beaches we have visited. There are plenty of...More
Fell in love with this small, quaint town at the beach. The beach was pretty clean, chair rental was $5 per chair and umbrella's were $20. The water was beautiful, 82 degrees, some waves but calm not like the Jersey Shore, but loved it! Little...More
Have had Tybee on the bucket list for a while now but it was disappointing. Dirty, low class and gross on the pier. Would never visit again. The hotels along the beach were not impressive looks like a college spring break location.
Be advised there are locals that definitely do not like anyone with out-of-state tags. My family and I were going to load our kayaks after a great day at Little Tybee Island. We pulled our boats onto the ramp at Alley Street when a local...More