As a Georgia state park, Jekyll Island is largely protected to preserve this pristine land. Exploring Jekyll Island takes you on a historic journey that you'll find unforgettable.
- Historic District: Designated as a National Historic Landmark, the Historic District offers visitors a chance to explore the island's fascinating past. You can wander the streets, explore the cottages and play a game of croquet.
- Jekyll Island Beaches: With three distinct beaches, Jekyll Island offers unique seaside experiences. You can visit Driftwood Beach, Glory Beach and Great Dunes Beach while you're there.
- Walking and Biking Trails: Exploring Jekyll Island on foot or by bike is an adventure. The trails cover more than 20 miles, meandering all around the island. Bike rentals are also available.