Parks & Preserves

FUN PLACES TO GO WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS IN SAVANNAH GA

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Forsyth Park

Forsyth Park

  • Drayton St & W Gaston Street, Savannah, GA
  • Phone: (912) 351-3837
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Bicycle, resident and visitor usage has steadily increased in Forsyth Park for the last several years. The sidewalks have become congested with cyclists, pedestrians, runners, skateboarders and dog walkers.

Daffin Park

Daffin Park

  • 1301 E Victory Dr, Savannah, GA
  • Phone: (912) 351-3841
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Daffin Park is one of Savannah?s two large recreational parks in the historic district. The park holds lots of walking paths, 80 acres of grass for multiple types of fields and is also home to the Grayson Stadium.

Emmet Park

Emmet Park

  • 4089 E Bay St, Savannah, GA
  • Phone: (912) 351-3841
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Green space & square along the Savannah River with a memorial to Irish Savannahians.

Monterey Square

Monterey Square

  • Savannah, GA
  • Phone: (912) 351-3837
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Just one block away from Savannah?s largest park sits Monterey Square, a shaded alcove that welcomes visitors to pause and check out the towering monument that pays homage to General Casimir Pulaski.

Morrell Park

Morrell Park

  • 483 E River St, Savannah, GA
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Morrell Park is the only Savannah park that?s right on the river. It?s home to two statues, Savannah?s famous Waving Girl statue honoring Florence Martus and the cauldron that was lit for the Olympic yachting events, held in Savannah in 1996.

Salzburger Park

Salzburger Park

Salzburger Park is a half-acre piece of land next to Emmett Park that lies on Bay Street between the Lincoln and Abercorn Streets, marked by a sign, the Salzburger Monument of Reconciliation and its historical marker.

Mother Matilda Beasley Park

Mother Matilda Beasley Park

  • 500 E Broad St, GA
  • Phone: (912) 652-6780
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a park honoring Mother Beasley, the first African-American nun in the state of Georgia, who founded the St. Francis Home for Colored Orphans which opened in 1887. One of the first features was the Beasley Dog Park in the spring of 2008.

Oatland Island Wildlife Center

Oatland Island Wildlife Center

  • 711 Sandtown Rd, Savannah, GA
  • Phone: (912) 395-1212
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Compact, zoo-like preserve with dozens of species in natural habitats, plus education programs.

Skidaway Island State Park

Skidaway Island State Park

  • 52 Diamond Causeway, Savannah, GA
  • Phone: (912) 598-2300
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A scenic campground is nestled under live oaks and Spanish moss, and some RV sites have sewer hookups. Leashed pets are allowed. Groups can enjoy privacy in their own pioneer campgrounds. Open-air picnic shelters and an enclosed group shelter are popular spots for parties, reunions and other celebrations.

Wormsloe Historic Site

Wormsloe Historic Site

  • 7601 Skidaway Rd, Savannah, GA
  • Phone: (912) 353-3023
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The Wormsloe Historic Site, informally known as Wormsloe Plantation, is a state historic site near Savannah, Georgia, in the southeastern United States.


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