Georgia Coastline Tide Chart | Georgia Coast Realty
Since the Georgia coastline is the western-most point of the east coast, the tides rise higher (6-8 feet) than anywhere else on the eastern seaboard south of Canada's Bay of Fundy. If interested in coastal activities, it is recommended that you review a local tide chart and plan accordingly. Coastal water access will look completely different during low tide than it does at high tide. During low tide, beaches are significantly wider revealing sand bars and tidal pools while rivers are significantly narrower and shallower.
Tide tables are also readily available at local outfitters, marinas and hardware stores.