On Jekyll Island, guests will find miles of memories.  Jekyll Island offers more than 20 miles of pristine biking trails, with routes zigging through lush maritime forest, zagging through the National Landmark Historic District and winding along beachscapes. Whether opting for a day-long ride or a shorter trip down memory lane, Jekyll Island is a bike-lovers paradise.

Guests can enjoy endless opportunities for outdoor exploration by bringing their own bicycles, or renting bikes at the Jekyll Island Bike Rental shop, located near the Jekyll Island Mini-Golf courses and Great Dunes Park.

Rates

Bicycle Rentals: Per hour $5; All day $13
Tandems: Per hour $7.50; All day $20
Kiddie Seat: Per day $2
Specialty Bikes: Adults $9/hour; Kids $7.50/hour
Dual Trikes: $16/hour
Mini-Surry: $19/hour
4-person Surreys: $25/hour
Bike Trailers for Children: Per day $4 (In addition to bicycle rental fee)

Please note, specialty bikes are only rented hourly. Duel trikes, mini surreys and surreys require a release form. All bike rentals are subject to Georgia sales tax. For more information, call 912.635.2648.

 

 

 

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Marriott Hotels Approved for Jekyll Island

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