Beach Rules And Safety

Beach Rules

    No Pets on the Beach (Current fine: $280+) No Glass or Breakable Containers No Motorized Vehicles on Beach No Littering-this includes cigarette butts! No Fires or Grilling No Disorderly Conduct No Nudity No Disturbing Dune Vegetation or Walking in the Dunes Swim Within 50 Yards of Shoreline

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Beach Flag Warning System

    Double Red - Beach closed to public. Red - High Hazard- Road conditions, such as strong surf and/or currents. Yellow - Medium Hazard - Light surf and/or currents. Green - Low Hazard - Calm conditions. Purple - Marine Pest - Jellyfish, stingrays, and dangerous fish.

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Rip Currents and Sandbar on the South Beach

The sand bars on the island's south end look deceptively easy to walk on and explore. The ocean is, however, unforgiving and can take out a strong adult swimmer within just a few minutes, particularly at the turn of the tide. Please, for your safety, the protection of our lifeguards who may have to rescue...

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Surfing on Tybee

These 5 rules will keep harmony in order:

    Don't drop in on another surfer. The Surfer closest to the peak has right-of-way Paddling surfer yields to surfer riding wave Don't ditch your board Don't be a snake

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