Welcome to Sandbridge Beach

A recreational wonderland, Sandbridge is intimately linked to its natural environment with Back Bay, Little Island Park, Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge and False Cape Park offering truly unique and unspoiled adventure. With miles of clean sandy beaches, refreshing ocean air, and pristine blue waters, Sandbridge is the perfect destination to call home. It is ideal for a beach vacation, offering a place to relax and unwind. Our ocean and shorelines provide beaches for swimming, beach combing, and sunbathing…and a variety of water sports and boating activities. Fish off our pier, charter a vessel off the beach, surf in miles of uncrowded beach breaks. Sandbridge offers its residents a small town atmosphere, a slow relaxed lifestyle, with low density of development and large open spaces. Sandbridge is filled with everything anyone needs to enjoy a wonderful vacation or an idyllic residential living. … Either way, enjoy our piece of paradise!

Andrew Roper, President

Upcoming Civic League Meetings

Monday, June 21, 7:00 pm
This will be an in-person meeting at the Community Center across from the Sandbridge Chapel.
Masks are voluntary, but you will be required to sign in upon entering the building.

Monday, August 16, 7:00 pm
Monday, September 20, 7:00 pm

Due to COVID restrictions, the locations will be
announced closer to the meeting date.

Bingo-Not Back ‘Til 2022

Our Sandbridge summer favorite activity will not be back until next year. Bingo has been put on hold again this summer because of COVID restrictions at the Fire and Rescue Station. The Sandbridge Volunteer Rescue Squad Boosters are using this time to focus on Pig Pickin’ which takes place Saturday, September 11. The Boosters are hoping to make it the best Pig Pickin’ yet. You can get Pig Pickin’ tickets at sandbridgeboosters.com.

SBCL Forth of July Boat Parade

This Year’s Theme: After the Storm – Still Afloat
Meet at Osprey Bay (behind Teal Crescent) at 6:30 p.m.
Parade starts at 7:00 p.m.

This year’s Fourth of July Boat Parade is dedicated to Fred Greene and Jennifer Estes, who both passed away in February. Both had a long history with the boat parade – Fred as the co-founder and organizer and Jennifer as a long-time participant and frequent winner.

As a tip of the hat to lifting of COVID restrictions, our theme this year is After the Storm: Still Afloat. As usual, boats will meet in Osprey Bay, behind Teal Crescent, at Fred Greene’s dock at 6:30 p.m. There you will be given a number, and make sure you leave your cell phone number so we can call the winners. The parade starts at 7:00 p.m.

Vessels will follow the lead boat through the canals behind Bluebill and Wood Duck Drive, and then on to Mill Pond and the judge’s stand behind Pat and Amy Barton’s house. Awards this year will be given out for Best Boat, Funniest, Shipwreck and Still Afloat.

This year’s prizes include a $50 gift certificate for Bandidos Taco Stand. Yum!
We hope you have fun dressing up your vessels and yourselves!

Upcoming Sandbridge Events

Sandbridge Beach Community News

Next Member Meeting

 June 21, 2020, 7:00 pm

This will be an in-person meeting at the Community Center across from the Sandbridge Chapel. Masks are voluntary, but you will be required to sign in upon entering the building.

Cameron Swain, Park Manager at False Cape State Park, to talk about wildlife, attractions and summer programs at the park.