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I’m announcing my quest to visit EVERY Coastal Georgia county, beach, & lighthouse. Yep, I’ve created a list of every Coastal Georgia town, island, and waterfront community – and guess what? I’m going to visit every single one! Places like Historic Savannah Georgia, Sapelo Island Lighthouse, Fort King George, and an island where wild horses roam along the seashore! Of course, I’ll be sharing the insider secrets and “best of” guides of what to see, eat and do, and the quirky roadside attractions along the Atlantic Coast!
THE ROUTE – GEORGIA COUNTY BY COUNTY
Did you check out “the list?”
I’ve divided up the Ultimate Coastal Georgia road trip Georgia – county by county. Because there are six Georgia counties along the coast, each with its own unique places to see and fun things to do, I want to do a deep dive into each one.
I’ll share photographs, videos, and stories for each Georgia Coast town or major attraction along the way. Historic places, family-friendly attractions, and activities, as well as food and lodging choices.
When I’ve finished exploring each of the Georgia counties, I’ll create a detailed article for each one!
For instance, our travel quest will begin at the north end of Coastal Georgia in the county of Chatham (Savannah, Tybee Island, etc). I’ll share via blog posts, Insta, and YouTube about the most incredible spots in each county.
When my time in Chatham County is complete, I’ll write a blog post about what not to miss as you travel through this area on a day trip or for a longer family getaway trip.
Then I’ll move on to the next southbound county on the road trip!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT COASTAL GEORGIA
My goal is also to answer the burning questions about this southern region.
- What is Coastal Georgia?
- What cities are in coastal Georgia?
- Is Savannah Georgia a coastal town?
- What is the nicest beach in Georgia?
- How far is Tybee Island to Savannah?
- Can you drive to all of the islands of Georgia?
- Are there alligators on Jekyll Island?
- Does St Simons Island have a lighthouse?
- Can you spend the night on Sapelo Island?
- Is there a National Park in the state of Georgia?
I’ll be answering these questions and more.
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WHY A TRAVEL QUEST?
If you’ve been around this blog, IG, or YouTube at all, you know we’ve become quite the experts of family vacations in Georgia, Florida, and South Carolina.
So why not dig into an ultimate bucket list trip to cover cool areas on road trips of these states.
To start us off, Georgia is on our mind.
Although we’ve visited several places along the Georgia Coast, there are islands, beaches, and lighthouses left to see.
I’ve learned many insider secrets and travel hacks to help families get the most out of each vacation destination I’ve covered in the south.
And I love helping women be their very own travel-planning Superheroes!
Plus, there isn’t ANY resource online that covers this entire area in the way that it should be done.
THE ROAD TRIP SO FAR
I’ll add which Coastal Georgia towns, islands, beaches, and attractions are available as we discover them.
RICHMOND HILL + MIDWAY & SUNBURY GEORGIA
MEMORABLE THINGS TO DO IN DARIEN GA
EXCITING THINGS TO DO IN ST SIMONS & WHERE TO STAY
TRAVEL TRIBUTE & ALL-AMERICAN TRIBUTE on our other channel
GEORGIA COAST TOWNS HOLIDAY GUIDE
If you noticed, there’s one thing we weren’t expecting. Please continue to remember us in your prayers.
WHAT ABOUT CORONAVIRUS?
At the time of this writing, numbers have lowered tremendously and remained low. It seems that the worst has passed. ‘Rona still has us very cautious but she can’t keep us down!
We are staying at home as much as possible, but these days, road trips to new destinations with outdoor activities and restaurants with outdoor dining options are a fabulous way to get out to explore and enjoy the fresh air.
I could be wrong, but this new approach to traveling may be the way travel works for a very long time. And it just may be the way we have to travel – permanently.
We may as well discover how to explore mostly outdoor places in the beautiful south to keep our distance from others as much as possible. Agree? And I’m here to help!
I’ll see you on the road, friend!
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Which Georgia County are you most excited to learn more about from my Coastal Georgia road trip?
Tell me all about it in the comments below!