The smallest of Georgia's barrier islands, Jekyll has a rich history that reaches back centuries. Its award-winning golf courses, wildlife experiences, biking and horseback riding adventures, and fun-filled water park, as well as year-round events and activities, make the island a beachfront paradise. Stop at the historic Jekyll Island Club Hotel, a 19th-century winter retreat for the wealthy.There also many shops and fine dining located on the island. If you are into history check out Jekyll Island's many historical landmarks.For more information click here.
On Jekyll Island, golfers can immerse themselves in nature, and focus on shots while free of distractions—except, of course, the occasional disruption from deer, alligator, osprey and native wildlife. As Georgia’s largest public golf resort, Jekyll Island offers 63 holes on four golf courses, each providing players with diverse backdrops and welcomed challenges. From the historic design on Walter Travis’ Great Dunes and the family-friendly Pine Lakes, to the competition-ready Oleander and the challenges of Indian Mound, the Jekyll Island links are ready for golfers of any skill and experience level.Click here to see what course is for you.
Located on the North end of Jekyll Island, Driftwood Beach is a natural scenic wonderland with beautiful driftwood and trees washed ashore, making this a popular location for picturesque weddings and photographs.For more information click here.
Access to Glory Beach is by way of a lengthy boardwalk which crosses natural sand dunes and freshwater pools, offering visitors an undisturbed view of Cumberland Island. No pets are allowed.For more information click here.
Offering easy beach access, Great Dunes Beach is conveniently located across from playgrounds, a mini-golf course and bicycle and Segway rentals, making this a perfect spot to setup your family's beachhead.For more information click here.
The Georgia Sea Turtle Center is an advanced hospital but open to the general public, offering an interactive Exhibit Gallery and Rehabilitation Pavilion with a many sea turtle patients regularly on view for guests. Additionally, indoor and outdoor educational programs are available year-round for guests of all ages.For more information click here.