Cabins near Savannah

History meets natural beauty in one of the United States’ oldest cities.

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2 top cabins sites near Savannah


Canoochee River Rentals

5 sites · Lodging, Tents1 acre · Claxton, GA
Michael and Kimberly Duke bought a small cabin on the Canoochee River to enjoy as a family. They decided to list it on a vacation rental site. As this property was in full demand, another property became available to buy. As interest began to increase, the family decided open up the options for their visitors. At this current date, they have four cabins and a yurt, as well as, tent sites. We are excited about the yurt that was completed in August 2019. They are looking forward having another cabin in the near future. Learn more about this land: Spend a few days in a yurt on the bank of the Canoochee River! Locate a few miles from a small town. Grocery store, gas station, and dollar store! Wake up to the music of the birds and sit on the deck as you enjoy the fresh air! Take in nature like it was meant to be.
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Parks Place at Commodore Island

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Darien, GA
This is a private island reached by boat only. Approximately 1/2 acre hammock. It has a dock for fishing and crabbing. 1 bedroom 1 bathroom. Screened in front porch. Located across from Sapelo Island with easy access to the beach. 30 minute boat ride to down town Darien, Georgia with access to shopping and restaurants.
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Cabins near Savannah guide


Savannah, Georgia is the epitome of Southern charm, with picturesque architecture, magical Spanish moss trees, historical tours, and a serene coastline. Mainstays like Tybee Island invite nature lovers and beachgoers, and landmarks like The Olde Pink House offer a chance to learn from days gone past. Campers will love that the nature excursions near Savannah are both easy to access and filled with surprises—especially if you’re up for a camping adventure.

Where to go

Tybee Island

Take a quick 30-minute drive from downtown Savannah to Tybee island, which has a wide range of recreation, entertainment, and dining options for visitors. Kayaking and standup paddleboarding are popular here, with multiple rental shops directly on the island. Visitors can also go fishing or ride a bike along the island’s bike paths (Tybee was named one of the most bicycle-friendly places in America!). This island also offers camping options with picnic tables, RV sites, and everything else you’d need.

Oatland Island Wildlife Center

If you want to see some of Georgia’s wildlife in a protected habitat, visit this 100-acre wildlife center, which has a 2-mile hiking trail and five core exhibit areas. Thirty-nine species are represented, including bison, alligators, bald eagles, cougars, gray wolves, armadillos, and many more.

Forsyth Park

Forsyth Park is a massive sprawling green urban space filled with history and nature. It’s home to the oldest foundation in Savannah, dating back to 1858, and it’s a great place to tie up a hammock and relax beneath the live oaks. The park also hosts a number of festivals and farmers markets, depending on the time of year, so be sure to check the schedule ahead and take advantage of these cultural events.

When to go

Savannah is a great place to visit year-round, as the coldest months of the year are still in the 60s. However, the best time to camp in Savannah may be between March and July. You can also take advantage of the azalea season in spring, where pink and coral blooms fill the city with their bright colors.

Know before you go

  • As with any tourist destination, the month of June through August can be particularly busy due to summer vacation from school.
  • Savannah has a renowned bicycle loan program, so pack accordingly and plan to take advantage of the Chatham Area Transit (CAT) bike program.
  • Savannah is a great place to tour and learn about history, so do your research and book in advance to take advantage of these educational experiences.

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