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McQueens Island Historic Trail

Savannah, GA
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Peaceful, Beautiful and scenic

This was a lovely walk. We were unable to do the entire trail but look forward to doing it when we... read more

Reviewed 22 February 2016
11MLB11
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Westminster, South Carolina
Great Place to Workout

This six mile trail is perfect for runners or cyclists. The gravel is easy on the knees and the... read more

Reviewed 12 June 2015
Annie T
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Six-mile trail that is situated on the old abandoned Savannah/Tybee Railroad bed.
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22 Feb 2016
“Peaceful, Beautiful and scenic”
12 Jun 2015
“Great Place to Workout”
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Savannah, GA
Yamacraw Village
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Reviewed 22 February 2016

This was a lovely walk. We were unable to do the entire trail but look forward to doing it when we return. Some beautiful river views and saw some wildlife.

1  Thank 11MLB11
Reviewed 12 June 2015

This six mile trail is perfect for runners or cyclists. The gravel is easy on the knees and the scenery is beautiful. If you head east (aka turn left) you'll run into fit-trail style workout stations spread over the course of about half a mile....More

4  Thank Annie T
Reviewed 20 May 2015 via mobile

My husband and I ran and walked along this trail during our visit to Tybee Island. It offers some wonderful views and was a great place to get some exercise in during our stay.

1  Thank Shortstuff37
Reviewed 9 July 2013

Affectionately known as Savannah's Rails 2 Trails, this historically nostalgic crushed rock 6 mile trail is just passed the Bull River Bridge on the way to Tybee. My grandfather used to ride the train on this very path before air conditioning prevented the family from...More

10  Thank healthyeater7
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Benmegmom
30 January 2016|
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Response from wc_musicman |
Yes, kinda. Tim's bike shop has a location approx 3 miles east on Tybee Island right off rt 80, but you will have to bring the bikes back to the trailhead by vehicle. The road from Tybee to the Ft Pulaski entrance( where... More
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