Labor Day is traditionally the last hurrah of summer so get in a few more beach walks, ocean swims and memorable moments on the seaside while you can. After all, there’s no reason to say goodbye to shrimp boils and ice-cold watermelon after a day of surf and sun just yet.
Labor Day Events in Tybee
In honor of the last holiday weekend of the season, Tybee Island throws a party. The Labor Day Beach Bash cranks up at 7 p.m. Sept. 1 at Tybee Pier & Pavilion. The Bash includes live music and a fireworks display, so you can end your summer with a bang. Pack a picnic, beach chairs and your favorite beach gear and spend the day soaking up the summer sun.
Restaurants in Tybee Island
Tybee Island has more than 30 restaurants with varied menus to satisfy every member of your crew. Satisfy your Labor Day foodie cravings at one of our casual, flip-flop ready restaurants. It goes without saying you’ll find scrumptious seafood, but there’s also plenty of places serving juicy burgers, piping-hot pizzas and ice cream to top it all off.
Accommodations in Tybee Island for Labor Day
You’re going to want a rental in a scenic location close to the beach that suits the needs of your family. If you’ve visited Tybee Island earlier in the summer, you’ll certainly want to return. If not, we’ll make you feel at home.
Need a large beach house? Benton Cottage has four bedrooms, four and a half baths and is one of the best deals on the beach. Sit and sip iced tea on the large, shaded porch while looking out at the Atlantic.
Want to bring the boat? Cupp’s Castle has its own dock on the marsh and accommodates 12 people. Outdoor seating is available with the stunning sunset views that go with it.
Book directly with Southern Belle Vacation Rentals for the best deals and quality customer service for your Labor Day in Tybee Island. We’ve built a strong reputation for listening to what customers want and exceeding their expectations. After all, we’re here to ensure you have a once-in-a-lifetime vacation experience.
Just pack your bag and leave the rest to us this Labor Day in Tybee Island.