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Kayaking to Little Tybee is one of the "outdoor activities near me" on Tybee Island

Little Tybee Island: A Hidden Gem

Just a short distance to the south of Tybee Island lies an uninhabited nature preserve named Little Tybee Island. Despite the name, it’s actually twice the size of our barrier island and only accessible by boat! While it may be larger than Tybee, visitors often overlook it as a great place for a day trip while on vacation. And, if you’re looking for an adventure there’s no better spot! A trek to this natural paradise tucked away on the Georgia coast is well worth it with its magnificent sunsets, wildlife watching opportunities, fishing, and so much more. Whether you’ve been to Tybee before, or it’s your first time, visiting Little Tybee is an opportunity you don’t want to miss!

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Outdoor Activities Near Me: Tybee Island

If you’re the outdoorsy type and vacationing on Tybee Island and in Savannah, chances are you’re looking up “outdoor activities near me” when visiting. Lucky for you, there are several fantastic trails and chances to get in touch with nature all around! Whether you’re on a peaceful walk on the nature trails surrounding Fort Pulaski, checking out local sea creatures at the Marine Science Center, or kayaking out to Little Tybee, there’s plenty to do. So, why not take a walk on the wild side on your dream vacation? Here’s a list of some of our favorite outdoor activities!

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Learn How You Can Protect our Turtles

We love our turtles here on Tybee Island! We work hard to educate the public and our visitors about the importance of our sea life including our turtles and share our knowledge of how you can help save the amazing creatures. The Tybee Island Marine Science Center‘s mission is to cultivate a responsible stewardship of coastal Georgia’s natural resources through education, conservation, and research. They have been helping Tybee Island to fight for these amazing creatures and preserve their lives, one turtle at a time.

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The History of the Lucas Theatre

The Lucas Theatre in Savannah, GA was built in 1921 and is a 1,200 seating venue. The theatre still stands where it was built in the 20’s, at 32 Abercorn Street, Savannah Georgia.  The theatre was renovated and remodeled after it fell into disrepair in the 80’s.  Currently, the Lucas Theatre shows a variety of classic and unique films along with live stage shows.  They also offer guided tours of the the theatre and its history. You can also arrange to rent out the theatre for private events such as weddings or films shoots.

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