Six miles southeast of Savannah is the 500-acre Skidaway Island State Park, a barrier island and a perfect day-trip for the ... More
Skidaway Island State Park
Six miles southeast of Savannah is the 500-acre Skidaway Island State Park, a barrier island and a perfect day-trip for the Savannah visitor wanting to get to know the natural ecology of coastal Georgia. Facilities at the park include a museum, picnic shelters, a playground and observation towers. Tent, trailer and RV sites are available. Two nature trails provide visitors a chance to view the spectacular environment and watch for wildlife, especially shore birds. There is a charge of $2 per vehicle daily for parking.
This aquarium serves as a resource for educators, students and the public on coastal Georgia marine ecosystems. Featuring exhibits on
tidal creek, salt marsh, ocean environments and 14 tanks containing native species, the center is the only saltwater aquarium ...
Located in Fort Screven, these original museum rooms housed gunpowder and 700 pound projectiles used in the huge cannon that
once sat on top of the building to protect the entrance to the Savannah River. Exhibits cover topics of ...
Originally an earthen fort established during the Revolutionary War, Old Fort Jackson's brick structure was built in 1808, and was
further developed between 1845 and 1860. The fort sits on the bank of the Savannah River and is surrounded ...