Where Can I Launch A Boat In Coastal Georgia?
Northern Coast (Savannah, Tybee, Richmond Hill)
Central Coast (Hinesville, Eulonia, Midway, Darien)
Southern Coast (Brunswick, St. Simons, Jekyll, Woodbine, Kingsland, St. Mary's)
Georgia's coastal creeks and rivers consist primarily of mud and sand bottoms. With the current velocities produced by daily tides ranging from 6 to 9 feet, this type of substrate often gives way to erosion creating a steep drop-off at the foot of many boat ramps. In addition, many people use their boat engines to push or load their boats onto their trailer. During low tide, such boat loading practices often accelerate erosion at the foot of boat ramps. Therefore, boaters should take caution when launching boats during low tide periods to be sure that the ramp surface extends our far enough to safely back trailers.
An Interactive map to Georgia coastal boat ramps can be found on the CRD website KnowTheConnection.com