To make the best of your walk in Tybee Island, consider doing most of your walks in the winter afternoon or summer mornings and evenings. While the sun still shines and it rarely snows in Georgia, the afternoon winter temperatures average around 50 degrees, making for chilly mornings. In July and August, the temperatures can reach the 90s, so plan ahead during those hot days.
Some of Tybee Island's streets don't have sidewalks, so it's important to watch out for passing vehicles. Most of these streets, however, are usually quiet and have plenty of room for you to walk on the side of the road. If you're in the downtown area, you'll find plenty of sidewalks and paths, but the traffic is heavier, so stay cautious when crossing the streets!
To accommodate pets, there are also two dog parks on the island: one for small dogs and one for all dogs. The parks are located in the northern part of the town behind the police station and next to Rivers End Campground & RV Park. While they aren't the best dog parks in the country, the open spaces offer a grassy area where your pup can run around freely and enjoy the day.