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Jekyll Island–Campground

1197 Riverview Drive
Jekyll Island, Georgia 31527
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Jekyll Island–Campground
Coordinates: 31.1047955, -81.4110518
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Tips for birding Jekyll Island Campground
There is a bird sanctuary in the campground with a bench and feeders.

About Jekyll Island Campground
Pitch your tent or park your RV and stay among the magnificent oaks draped with Spanish moss on Jekyll Island.
+ Walking distance from Clam Creek and Driftwood Beach
+ 18 wooded acres
+ 175 total campsites
+ 25 primitive Tent sites
+ 145 Full hook-up sites with both back-in and pull-thru options
+ 3 Group Sites
+ 2 Limited hook-up sites offering water & electricity only
+ Electricity (30 and 50 amps), cable TV, water, and sewer available
+ Free Wi-Fi and DSL internet
+ General Store offering supplies, personal care items, firewood, propane, ice, and some RV supplies.
+ Two bath houses, each including toilets & showers with hot water
+ Laundry on-site with coin-operated washers & dryers
+ Community Pavilion – climate-controlled space for special events which seats up to 164
+ Pickleball court
+ Bike rentals
+ Bird sanctuary
+ Pet friendly
From Jekyll Island Campground webpage

About Jekyll Island
From the early Native Americans to guests from around the world, the story of our island has been captivating the imaginations of explorers for generations.

In 1733, General James Oglethorpe named Jekyll Island in honor of Sir Joseph Jekyll, his friend and financier from England. In the late 1800s, Jekyll Island became an exclusive hunting club for families with names like Rockefeller, Morgan, Vanderbilt, Pulitzer, and Baker. The once private retreat is now part of The Jekyll Island Club National Historic Landmark District, one of the largest preservation projects in the southeast.

In 1947, the Governor and the Georgia state legislature established Jekyll Island as a State Park. Today, the island is a special sanctuary for each of us – and the Jekyll Island Authority is proud to share our island’s history.
From Jekyll Island website