Rodney J. Hall Boat Ramp
Directions from Savannah to Skidaway Island
Via Truman Parkway: Truman Parkway, east of Waters Avenue, is a limited access route running from President Street at its northern end to its southern end at Abercorn Avenue. Access streets for the Parkway, north to south, are President Street, E. Henry/E. Anderson Streets, Victory Drive, Delesseps Avenue, Derenne Avenue, Eisenhower Drive, Montgomery Crossroad, Whitfield Avenue, and Abercorn Avenue. Follow the Parkway south, exit at Whitfield Avenue, and turn left. Whitfield becomes Diamond Causeway after crossing Ferguson Avenue. Follow Diamond Causeway to Skidaway Island.
Via Waters Avenue: Follow Waters Avenue south from Savannah. Waters Avenue merges into Whitfield Avenue just south of Montgomery Crossroad; Whitfield then becomes Diamond Causeway after crossing Ferguson Avenue. Follow Diamond Causeway to Skidaway Island.
Directions to Skidaway Narrows / Rodney J. Hall Boat Ramp
Follow directions from Savannah to Skidaway Island. After crossing Ferguson Avenue and the Moon River, you will approach the draw-bridge over the Skidaway River. At the beginning of the uphill grade to the bridge, make a right turn into the entrance for the R. J. Hall Boat Ramp (25 Diamond Causeway, Savannah, GA 31406). Follow the entrance road as it turns right into the parking area. A picnic pavilion, located on the far side of the parking area, stands adjacent to a small beach known locally as Butterbean Beach. The put-in is at the left end of the beach area. Parking is free.
L/L at R. J. Hall Boat Ramp: 31.949575, -81.069600
L/L at Butterbean Beach: 31.946636, -81.067835