Hurricane Ian Impact to Jekyll Island

Beaches

The kind of beaches you dream about.

The beaches on Jekyll Island are unlike those of any other coastal destination. With 10 miles of grand, unspoiled shoreline and a variety of amenities, you’ll find the perfect place to relax and refresh the senses.

Best known for their natural bounty, each of Jekyll Island’s beaches is completely different than the other. From bird watching on St. Andrews to photo ops on Driftwood Beach, these sun-drenched sanctuaries offer a truly invigorating experience.

Before visiting our beaches, please review our Safety Tips.

Jekyll Island has several public beach access points that are accessible to people with physical disabilities and can provide beach-going wheelchairs at no cost. Learn more about ADA accessibility »

Corsair Beach Park
Steps from the shopping and dining of Beach Village.
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Stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean and quick access to the sand.
St. Andrews Beach
This marsh-facing beach is a short walk from Jekyll Point, the southern-most tip of the Island.
South Dunes Beach
This beach has an elevated boardwalk that crosses 20-foot sand dunes and delivers you to windswept beach.
Glory Beach
Graceful sea oats and pristine sand dunes line this wide-open beach.
Great Dunes Beach
This 20-acre beachfront park features ample parking, easy beach access, and picnic pavilions.
Driftwood Beach at sunrise
Ancient driftwood monuments line the waterfront, creating an unforgettable backdrop.