Georgia May 15, 2017
These 7 Charming Waterfront Towns In Georgia Are Perfect For A Daytrip
What can be better than beaches + adorable small towns + quaint waterfront living? Answer: Nothing. In case you’re looking for the next best day trip in the the state of Georgia, here are a few charming waterfront towns to get you inspired.
1. St. Mary’s, Georgia
St. Mary’s is known as one of the oldest spots in the country, but did we also mention that it is stunningly gorgeous and located right on the water?! Come explore the casual coast for the day in this historic hotspot. With an abundance of dining options, live entertainment, and events all summer long, there will always be something to do in St. Mary’s.
2. Darien, Georgia
Located along the Atlantic Coast, Darien, Georgia is one of the premiere waterfront spots in the state, and also a hidden gem for many. With scenic views that will blow most people away, not to mention waterfront parks, historical monuments, and entertainment for all ages, this is the perfect weekend getaway trip this upcoming summer vacation.
3. St. Simons Island, Georgia
For a wonderful way to spend the day exploring history, Southern charm, and community hospitality, visit the town of St. Simon’s Island. You will be hard pressed to find a better sunset view elsewhere in the state. Fall in love with the incredible beaches, fishing opportunities, restaurants and more with one trip to this slice of paradise.
4. Brunswick, Georgia
Bring the whole family to spend a day exploring the wonderful town of Brunswick. This port city is actually known as being the world shrimp capital, which only goes to show that there are quite a few opportunities for delicious seafood to be enjoyed. With whale watching and dolphin watching expeditions, this waterfront town is sure to be one for the books.
5. Jekyll Island, Georgia
This coastal town will make you feel like spending the day there simply isn’t enough. With miles of beautiful beaches, peaceful marshlands, and scenery galore, you won’t find too many other beautiful places in Georgia quite like this.
6. Savannah, Georgia
Savannah is one of those waterfront towns that everyone knows about and loves. It’s drenched in rich history and holds a special place in most Georgian’s hearts. Strolling along through the waterfront areas of the city is sure to be a pleasant and relaxing way to spend the day.
7. Tybee Island, Georgia
Tybee Island provides the small, intimate community that everyone can hope for in a beautiful beach town. With a slew of restaurants, activities, events and more, Tybee Island is always one of the best waterfront spots to visit in Georgia. We can't guarantee that if you visit once, you may never leave.
Did we happen to miss a waterfront town that’s your favorite? Share with us in the comments!
Otherwise, if you’re looking for more Georgia day trips, take a look at
10 Mountain Towns In Georgia That Make For The Perfect Day Trip.