6 Family Friendly Labor Day Weekend Things to Do in Tybee

The 17th Street Inn is especially cozy this time of year with Tybee temperatures generally between 65 and 80 degrees, making our area the perfect Labor Day weekend vacation destination.  While there’s never a bad time to visit Tybee Island, during our regular “in-season” you’ll find people in abundance!  September 1 marks our official “end-of-season”, giving late vacationers and the locals a chance to visit a less crowded beach, soak up some sun uninterrupted, and take advantage of the end of summer events that happen here.

Family Friendly Ways to Spend Labor Day weekend in Tybee

Free food, free live music, and lots of free fun at the the first ever Tybee Island Offshore Wind Energy Rally at the Tybee Island Pier & Pavilion

  • Friday, August 31
  • live performance by The Train Wrecks
  • door prizes
  • free food
  • picture booth
  • your chance to learn why “Wind Works: For Jobs, For Georgians,” and what can be done at the local, state, and federal level to support offshore wind energy development

2. Labor Day Beach Bash on Tybee Island

  • Sunday, September 2
  • music from the beach music legends, the Swingin’ Medallions
  • fireworks from the majestic Tybee Pier & Pavilion

3. Spend the day at the Tybee Pier and Pavilion

4. Take a dolphin cruise with the whole family

5. Visit and explore the Tybee Island Lighthouse and Museum

6. Rent a kayak and meander through the marshes and rivers, or around the barrier islands to observe wildlife such as dolphins, otter, osprey, and a variety of wading and migratory birds.

What are you looking forward to doing with your family this Labor Day weekend?

There is never a shortage of fun and things to do in Tybee so pack your bags and we’ll see you when you get here!

Contact us here at the 17th Street Inn for more information about staying with us, things to do on Tybee Island including dining, nightlife, beach activities, must see attractions and events, and any other questions you may have about the area!  We would also love for you to connect with us on our Facebook Page.

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