AOK is dedicated to bringing you the best information for kiteboarding and stand up paddleboarding on Tybee Island, Georgia and the surrounding areas. Here you will find the Tybee Island Kiteboarding Map and Tybee Island Paddleboarding Map, which illustrate the premier kitesurfing and SUP tour locations on Tybee Island. While these maps are mostly intended to be used as reference material, take a kiteboarding lesson or stand up paddleboarding tour from AOK Watersports to get the most from your experience!
Tybee Island, Stand Up Paddleboarding Map
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Markers that are marked with a green icon are "In/Out" locations where you can launch or exit with your paddleboard. Trails that are marked with green lines are recommended routes for beginners. Trails marked with blue are intermediate and black are expert level trails. It is important to pay attention to the tides no matter the level of rider. Blue markers represent surf spots. Some are easily accessible and others take a bit of traveling to get to. Always wear a leash while riding in waves and stay clear of swimmers and other surfers. It is important to understand rider etiquette before entering a lineup with other surfers. Paddleboarding with the currents instead of against can make your trip much more enjoyable. It is recommended to travel with an AOK Paddlboarding Guide. Ride at your own risk.
Tybee Island, Kiteboarding Map
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Read this map as you would read a ski mountain map. Green markers indicate beginner spots, blue markers indicate intermediate riding spots, a black diamond is an advanced rider spot and double black diamond markers indicate expert only level riding. Lines drawn on the map represent potential downwinder opportunities that will only be available during certain wind directions. We have also marked "no kite" zones with a red outline. These rules are not enforced by local law enforcers however it is local etiquette to avoid riding in these spots for your own safety and for the safety of all other beach goers on Tybee. Please respect our beach as you would respect your own. Always ask for assistance when launching and landing your kite on Tybee Island. Self Launches are for riders who ride only. Beginners should check in with the shop to be clear on the best spot to ride. You are not considered a beginner until you have taken a lesson. If you enter our beaches without taking a lesson you are endangering yourself and our riding spot. Remember these simple rules and have a great time out in the water!