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26 Jan 2020
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Spring means sand, surf and sun on Tybee Island. In fact, there’s so much fun to have you may have to narrow down your list of favorite activities. We’ll help out with that.

Be sure to get your line in the water on a fishing excursion. Spring is a great time to book a trip with a charter company like Amick’s Deep Sea Fishing or Reel Em ’N. What better way to spend a day than on the waters off Tybee Island with a big fish on your hook?

And speaking of getting out on the water, another must-do activity is dolphin sightings. Sometimes you can catch a glimpse from the beach but take a dolphin tour with Capt. Mike or Capt. Derek to see these magnificent creatures up close.

Catching a spectacular Island sunset is another must during your Tybee Island spring vacation. CoCo’s Sunset Grille and A-J’s Dockside are two great spots to enjoy the view.

2020 Spring Events

April 25: Love those cute little sea turtles? Join the 16th Tybee Turtle Trot 5K run to support the nesting turtle monitoring program. The race starts and finishes at the Tybee Pier and Pavilion, includes a sea turtle release, music, finish line food, a T-shirt and awards for top finishers.

April 30-May 2: The Tybee Island Wine Festival features wine tastings of 100 plus international vinos, food from local restaurants and music each day. The three-day event takes place on the historic Tybee Island Light Station grounds, and proceeds benefit Tybee Post Theater.

May 2: Enjoy a day viewing coastal architecture during the Tybee Tour of Homes. From some of the island’s historic cottages to sunny contemporary homes, this tour is a fun way to see beautiful homes and help a good cause with proceeds benefitting the Tybee Island Maritime Academy.

May 25: The 34th Beach Bum Parade, billed as the world’s oldest, largest and most fun water fight, is a great way to kick off the summer season. The parade rolls from North Beach to Highway 80, then onto Butler to Tybrisa. Along the way, parade riders blast spectators with water pistols, and the parade-goers fire back.