12 min

The Waving Girl of Savannah America's National Parks Podcast

    • Places & Travel

The Savannah river twists and turns for 301 miles in the Southeastern United States, forming most of the border between Georgia and South Carolina, before it's divided into channels by several islands near Savannah Georgia, and then spills into the Atlantic. The last of those islands holds a storied past, having played a role in both the revolutionary and civil wars, as well as World War II.
Today on America's National Parks, Cockspur Island, and Fort Pulaski National Monument.

The Savannah river twists and turns for 301 miles in the Southeastern United States, forming most of the border between Georgia and South Carolina, before it's divided into channels by several islands near Savannah Georgia, and then spills into the Atlantic. The last of those islands holds a storied past, having played a role in both the revolutionary and civil wars, as well as World War II.
Today on America's National Parks, Cockspur Island, and Fort Pulaski National Monument.

12 min