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Georgia Beaches.

Beach Overview of Georgias Beaches at the Atlantic Coast from the north to the south:

Tybee Island:
A parking fee is charged at the beaches of Tybee Island. The parking receipt must be displayed at the dashboard of the car (as at: April 2010).




Tybee Island North Beach - The parking lot at the North Beach of Tybee Island is situated close to the lighthouse.











Tybee Island South Beach - At Tybee Islands South Beach, there are parking spaces at the side roads.













St. Simons Island:
There is no parking fee and no entrance fee at the beach of St. Simons Island. Restrooms and showers are also provided at St. Simons Island. (as at: April 2010). More informations about the beach at the St. Simons Island... .













Jekyll Island:
The entrance fee resp. parking fee is $5.- at Jekyll Island (as at: April 2010). Restrooms are provided at the beach of Jekyll Island. More informations about the beach at the Jekyll Island... .















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