While staying on Tybee Island, Georgia, for a few days I had a chance to check off another national park site. Fort Pulaski National Monument is on Cockspur Island, between Savannah and Tybee Island. Fort construction started in 1829, but it took 18 years to complete. In 1833, it was named after Casimir Pulaski, a … Continue reading
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Visit a Lighthouse in Georgia: Tybee Island Light Station and Museum
Life slows down a lot when you’re on Tybee Island. The barrier island is near Savannah, Georgia, where the Savannah River flows into the Atlantic Ocean. It’s known for its sandy beaches, fishing pier at the pavilion, Fort Screven and its 18th-century lighthouse. I spent two nights on Tybee with some of my cousins. On … Continue reading
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