Little Tybee Island

Posted in Georgia's Barrier Islands

Little Tybee, once privately owned, was acquired by the State of Georgia, with a conservation access allowed to the Nature Conservancy. The island has approximately three and one-half miles of beach with a total acreage of 6,505 acres only 600 of which are non-marsh or upland. The only access to the island is by private boat and as yet there is no development.

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