5 GREEN places in Savannah!

With St. Patrick’s Day approaching, it’s a good time to go out and visit all the wonderful GREEN places in Savannah that you may or may not have heard of.

5 GREEN places in Savannah!
Daffin Park

1. Daffin Park

Daffin Park is 80 acres of grass with walking paths, a pond, a public pool and sports fields for soccer and football. It’s also home to Grayson Stadium where Savannah’s baseball team – the Savannah Bananas. Daffin also has its very own dog park.

5 GREEN places in Savannah!
Lake Mayer

2. Lake Mayer

As Savannah’s most versatile park, it has a number of sports facilities, fitness areas, dog areas and a freshwater lake. If you’re looking for a green place that’s fun for the whole family, this is the park where you can do pretty much any activity you can think of.

5 GREEN places in Savannah!
Skidaway Island State Park

3. Skidaway Island State Park

Skidaway State Park has beautiful trails that go through the forest, past marsh lands, to a boardwalk and observation center. It’s the perfect place to admire wildlife, go camping, and explore the wonders of nature.

5 GREEN places in Savannah
Tom Triplett Park

4. Tom Triplett Park

If your up for taking a trip outside of town for a round of golf, than the Tom Triplett Park in Pooler is the one for you. With an 18-hole disc golf course, it also has a jogging track and tennis courts. With pavilions and fishing piers, this is the perfect green getaway place.

5 GREEN places in Savannah
Butter Bean Beach

5. Butter Bean Beach

For an unheard of location, Butter Bean Beach is the go-to patch of green. Located in Isle of Hope, it’s more of beach than a park. However, it still offers plenty of space for activities while also providing a place to relax and go swimming. You can even rent kayaks here!

~By: Nancy Smith