Oceanfront Getaways for the Summer

Published Date Author: , July 31st, 2013

Tybee Island, Georgia - Google Maps

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Looking for a gay friendly beachfront getaway this summer? The Dallas Voice has some options:

Tybee Island, Georgia: Every bit as quirky, laid-back and personable as nearby historic Savannah, just a 20-minute drive inland, Tybee Island (VisitTybee.com) is one of Georgia’s famed barrier islands, an idyllic locale for beach-bumming, fishing or boating. In May 2013, this colorful beachside community hosted its first Tybee Gay Days, a weekend of parties and events that organizers plan as an annual gathering.

Camden and Rockland, Maine: To experience a ruggedly scenic part of New England, a two-hour drive north of Portland, Maine, lies the historic seaside communities along western Penobscot Bay, including Rockland and Camden. Maine’s Mid-Coast is a place for quiet vacations, ideal if you’re a hiker, photographer, fisherman or sailor. (MainesMidcoast.com). Camden is home to a fleet of Windjammer sailing ships, which can be booked not only on multiple-day excursions throughout the region but also for afternoon jaunts along Penobscot Bay.

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Click here for gay travel resources in Georgia.

Click here for gay travel resources on Maine’s Midcoast.

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