Enjoy the warm breeze of the Atlantic Ocean while camping and hiking in Savannah, Georgia.
Camp amidst live oaks and draping Spanish moss or pitch your tent on the sand next to the ocean in Savannah, Georgia. Reserve a spot at one of the state campground sites, or opt for a remote place in the woods. Tucked away into the marshes, Savannah provides miles of hiking trails, including the Wormslow Historic site, which is home to 18th century ruins and seasonal gardens, or you can paddle along one of the back rivers and camp along the banks. Head east to Tybee Island where you can explore the 18th century Fort Pulaski National Monument, which sits right on the Atlantic Ocean. Go glamping in one of the fully-equipped cabins at the Point South campground or choose a rustic campsite at the Edisto Beach State Park Campground. Warm year-round temperatures make it possible to plan a visit year-round in Savannah.