Savannah Travel Guide

Savannah Sports & Activities

The area around Savannah and the barrier islands of the Lowcountry is conducive to nearly all types of water sports. The waters of Savannah are generally warm enough for swimming May through September. For those who would prefer to stay on land, bicycling, jogging, golf, tennis, Ultimate Frisbee, and arena sports dominate.


Savannah Sand Gnats. The Class-A Savannah Sand Gnats play at Grayson Stadium, one of the oldest minor-league ballparks in the country. (Babe...


Tybee Island Pier and Pavilion. This is Tybee's "grand strand," the center of the summer beach action. Anchored by a 700-foot pier that is...


Savannah is table-flat, perfect for biking. Forsyth and Daffin parks are favored by locals. Rails-to-Trails, a 3-mile route, starts 1 mile east...

Boating and Fishing

Captain Mike's Dolphin Tours. If boat-bound adventure is what you seek, look no further than Captain Mike. Widely popular with tourists and...


The Club at Savannah Harbor. The area's only PGA course, this resort property on Hutchinson Island is a free ferry ride from Savannah's riverfront...

Roller Derby

Savannah Derby Devils. This women's flat-track roller derby team, the Derby Devils, is composed of an all-volunteer squad, coaches, medics...


Bacon Park. This complex is one of two staffed facilities operated by the City of Savannah. Call in advance to reserve one of the 16 lighted...

Water Sports

AOK Watersports. Kiteboarding has already taken coastal communities by storm. On Tybee Island, you too can learn to kiteboard (on land or...


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