Merriam-Webster says a vacation spent at home or nearby is a staycation! With gas prices continuing to climb, staying closer to home might be more relevant than not. We’ve put together a few ideas for you to enjoy when you are looking for things to do.
• Bike or Kayak at Fort McAllister State Park
You don’t have to be a camper to enjoy the scenic views along the causeway that leads to Savage Island.
Start at the Visitor’s Center / Museum
Kids and Adult Bikes Available for Rent
$5 for one hour
$10 for four hours
$15 for eight hours
Canoes and Tandem Kayaks
$40 for four hours
$60 for eight hours
$30 for four hours
$50 for eight hours
• Fish or Crab from a Pier
Ogeechee River Fishing Pier
J.F. Gregory Park
Tivoli River Fishing Pier and Kayak Launch
Richmond Hill History Museum- navigate the rich and diverse history at the historic Ford Kindergarten Building
Fort McAllister State Park- Museum and Tours
Colonial Coast Birding Trail
Arts on the Coast Gallery- explore the work of local artists at The Richmond Hill Visitor’s Center
Especially for Kids
Midnight Star Pottery- paint the day away at this family-friendly venue.
The Ice Cream Stop- everyone loves ice cream, especially on a hot day.
Nasso Donut- try them a dozen at a time!