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Farmers Almanac
The 2014 Farmers Almanac
Farmers' Almanac

Tide Dates & Times for Georgia

States: AL AK CA CT DE FL GA HI LA ME MD MA MS NH NJ NY NC OR PA RI SC TX VA WA DC

All Other Locations

Bailey Cut, 0.8 mile west of, Satilla River
Beach Hammock
Bear River Entrance
Bear River, (Range 'A' Light)
Belfast, Belfast River
Blackbeard Creek, Blackbeard Island
Blackbeard Island
Bradley Point, Bradley River
Brunswick, East River
Burnt Fort, Satilla River
Cane Patch Creek entrance
Ceylon, Satilla River
Champney Island, South Altamaha River
Coffee Bluff, Forest River
Creighton Narrows Entrance, Crescent River
Crooked River, Cumberland Dividings
Cumberland Island, Beach Creek ent.
Cumberland Island, Seacamp Dock
Cumberland Wharf, Cumberland River
Dallas Bluff, Julienton River
Dover Bluff, Dover Creek
Eagle Creek, Mud River
Egg Islands
Florida Passage, Bear River
Floyd Creek, 2.8 miles above entrance
Frederica River
Frederick River Bridge
Halfmoon, Timmons River
Hampton River entrance
Harrietts Bluff, Crooked River
Highway bridge, South Brunswick River
Hudson Creek entrance
Isle of Hope, Skidaway River
Jekyll Island Marina, Jekyll Creek
Jointer Island, Jointer Creek
Jones Creek entrance, Hampton River
Kilkenny Club, Kilkenny Creek
Kings Bay, Navy Base
Kings Bay, Navy Base
Mackay River (Daymark 239)
Mackay River (ICWW), Buttermilk Sound
Mud River, at Old Teakettle Creek
Old Tea Kettle Creek (Daymark 173)
Old Tower, Sapelo Island
Rockdedundy River (Daymark 185)
Romerly Marsh Creek
Savannah (Bull Street)
South Newport River (Daymark 135)
St. Marys Entrance, North Jetty
St. Simons Lighthouse, St. Simons Island
St. Simons Sound Bar
Sunbury, Medway River
Todd Creek entrance, Satilla River
Tybee Creek entrance
Vernon View, Burnside River
Walburg Creek entrance
Wolf Island, south end

The tide charts, dates and times found in this section of the site are intended solely for general use and are by no means intended for navigation. Tide listings are powered by ProTides.com.

These listings do not include tide charts for the Great Lakes. While virtually every body of water does experience some tidal shift, in smaller bodies of water, these fluctuations are considered very small and in some cases may not even be visible. For more on this subject, please visit this link.

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