Destination Review: Savannah, Georgia

Savannah is a location for history buffs, beach lovers, romantics, shoppers, foodies and anyone hoping to take in the rich culture and hospitality of the South. This picturesque city, known for its cobblestone streets, historic homes, and drooping live oak trees, has something for every type of visitor, and that’s why it is one of the top destinations in the country for your spring and summer RV fun.

Things To Do in Savannah

There are so many things to do in Savannah that you’ll never hear a tourist (or even a local) say they’re bored. Visitors can check out Savannah’s abundance of museums and art galleries, golf at world-renowned courses, shop in the city’s abundance of specialty stores, visit Civil War landmarks, wander the streets exploring historic architecture or even head to a number of nearby beaches.

Savannah’s Favorite

A trip to Savannah isn’t just a trip to the historic city. It’s a beach vacation as well. Visitors can travel from the heart of the city center the shimmering Atlantic Coast on Tybee Island in less than 30 minutes. Tybee is an ideal place to spend a day, a week or even months, with its picturesque sands, charming shops, fresh seafood eateries, beachy bars and so much more.

Camping in Savannah

Unlike many popular southern cities, Savannah offers an abundance of campgrounds and RV parks for visitors. Travelers seeking a stay at the beach can enjoy the natural beauty of the Rivers End Campground and RV Park on Tybee Island, while those interested in a taste of city life will enjoy downtown Savannah’s Sunshine RV Park or the Red Gate Campground and RV Resort. The city offers a variety of campgrounds for varying budgets and travel styles.

Overall, the city of Savannah receives a 5 out of 5 rating for its potential for spring and summer fun.  However, you’ll want to stop in and see us at Leisure Time RV to ensure your RV’s air conditioning is working before you hit the road to the South in summertime.

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