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Jekyll Island–Marina

Jekyll Island, Georgia 31527
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Jekyll Island–Marina
Coordinates: 31.046755, -81.421839
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About Jekyll Harbor Marina
Nestled amongst centuries-old oak trees draped in Spanish moss, Jekyll Harbor Marina is a step back in time to a place when life was a lot slower and simpler. With a mission to offer only top notch Southern Hospitality, our staff will provide you with a stay you will not soon forget. With over 35 miles of nature and bike trails, the historic Jekyll Island Club, majestic beaches and the most awe-inspiring sunsets your eyes will ever see, Jekyll Harbor Marina provides a gracious home.

Allow yourself a moment to step back in time here on Jekyll Island. This hidden gem offers serenity that is difficult to find anywhere else. To access these charming locations, you will need transportation. Here at the Jekyll Harbor Marina, we have options that can accommodate a single person or a family. You can choose from our courtesy golf carts or beach cruiser bicycles, depending on needs.
From Jekyll Island Marina 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