Autumn is a special time of year at Sandbridge Beach. Summer temperatures give way to cooler fall days and nights, crowds thin, and locals get excited about the prospect of putting on knitwear and, occasionally…socks. Fall is a time for residents to chill, and if you’re visiting Sandbridge Beach in the off-season, you just may find yourself in the flow of relaxed, time-honored fall activities.
Part of the charm of Sandbridge Beach is the quiet setting and neighborly feel. Unlike larger, more touristy locations, the Sandbridge area is inviting and easy to navigate. When you’re looking to satisfy your appetite, visitors understandably prefer to dine where the locals do.
In fall, visitors to Sandbridge Beach are treated to a natural wonder as thousands of migrating birds visit the barrier island. Seasonal visitors include brightly colored warblers, shorebirds, and waterfowl. The most familiar sightings are flocks of American Black Ducks and Tundra Swans taking up temporary residence in Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge and the surrounding ponds, beaches, and woodlands.
While other parts of the country may be cooling down, Sandbridge Beach often enjoys tropical temperatures well into early fall. Beachgoers look forward to balmy days by the shore, but also crave ways to keep cool. Here are 10 hot ideas for chilling out at the beach.
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