Whether you come to Jekyll Island to relax or to be active, Georgia’s coastal climate will allow you to enjoy countless activities year-round.
Jekyll Island guests and residents flock to the Island’s 10 miles of pristine shoreline. Whether seeking a leisurely stroll, taking an invigorating jog or playing for hours in the sand, the barrier island’s natural shore-fronts are a popular attraction year round. Learn More.
Jekyll Island is home to a unique array of diverse wildlife and offers ample opportunity to take part in nature-based activities. Unspoiled yet accessible, this natural wonderland provides guests with plenty of reasons to get out, enjoy, and explore. Nature provides the setting. You set the pace. Learn more.
Jekyll Island is a paradise of interesting places, and the Georgia Sea Turtle Center ranks among the top spots for finding a unique adventure. Established in 2007, the Georgia Sea Turtle Center is an institution devoted to research and the rehabilitation of injured sea turtles. In its mission, the Center works to educate visitors about the mysterious lives of sea turtles and develop a deeper understanding of the delicate coastal ecosystem. Learn more.
In addition to a leisurely beach vacation, Jekyll Island guests can experience a delightful shopping escape in a relaxed and inviting atmosphere. From our oak-lined Historic District to our beachside shopping plaza, we offer a fine selection of gifts and souvenirs, paired with the highest standards of service. Learn more.
Miniature golf is a great game for all ages and skill levels. We offer two different courses: One for beginners and another more challenging course for the putt-putt pros. In addition, our miniature course is conveniently located on the corner of Shell Road and Beachview Drive, right next to the Red Bug, bike rentals and playground.
Per Game: $6.50
3-Game Ticket: $15
10-Game pass: $45
Children under 4 years-old: Free
For more information, call 912.635.2648.
Jekyll Island has been a golf destination since 1898, when members of the Jekyll Island Club added the first course on the island near the present-day airport. Since the original course was laid, famed designers such as Donald Ross, Walter Travis, Dick Wilson and Joe Lee have used the island’s pristine natural landscape to create four classic courses that provide both challenges and spectacular scenery. Learn more.