Come spend an afternoon with us in the wilds of Georgia's barrier island coastline. Our primary paddling destination, Little Tybee Island, is an undeveloped State Heritage Site that provides a unique opportunity for great paddling at every level in a safe and challenging environment. The tide dictates exactly wehre we will go for the day - paddling deep in the estuary at high tide or more out to the sandbars and beaches of the barrier islands at low tide.
We will paddle past the Lazaretto Creek marina, where shrimp boats and ocean treasure seekers alike are often moored, to the Cockspur Lighthouse on the south channel of the Savannah River. This is a great vantage point for watching cargo ships bound for Savannah, a place with an amazing amount of wildlife. All excursions have access to beautiful flat water routes in our protected estuary zone. With its warm water, its varied terrain, and its lonely beauty, this area gives us the perfect combination of paddling and hiking.
We also plan on spending two nights camping at Skidaway Island State Park located near Savannah, Georgia.