Skidaway Island State Park
Type: Family Friendly, Outdoor Activities, Parks
Among the most picturesque places in Savannah, this peaceful 588-acre park borders Skidaway Narrows, part of Georgia's Intracoastal Waterway. Its soaring palms and live oaks are dripping with Spanish... Read More
Among the most picturesque places in Savannah, this peaceful 588-acre park borders Skidaway Narrows, part of Georgia's Intracoastal Waterway. Its soaring palms and live oaks are dripping with Spanish moss and veil an abundance of wildlife, creating a secluded natural wonderland that seems straight out of a Southern storybook. The private campgrounds are spacious and well equipped, while the nature trails, interpretive center and daily ranger programs provide myriad ways to explore this enchanting paradise. Skidaway Island State Park is home to several indigenous wildlife species, including deer, fiddler crabs, raccoon, egrets and more and is a favorite spot for birders, who enjoy looking for the area's elusive painted bunting.
Hours:Due to COVID-19, please check with the attraction for the most recent updates to their opening hours.
Entry Per Vehicle $5
- Best for Things to Do with Kids Because: Skidaway Island State Park's scenic trails are easy to hike and feature a variety of wildlife. Other highlights include playgrounds and an interpretative center.
- Best for Parks Because: Skidaway Island State Park boasts stunning walking trails that take hikers by the marsh and river, along with campgrounds, playgrounds and a nature museum.