Pitch your tent, park your RV or camper under the magnificent oaks on the northern tip of Jekyll Island! Located opposite the Clam Creek Picnic Area, you are near by Driftwood Beach, the fishing pier and fascinating historic ruins.
For your convenience, there are camping supplies and a General Store for those pick-up items you need at the last minute. We also offer bike rentals, so you can explore all that Jekyll Island has to offer!
The Jekyll Island Campground offers 18 wooded acres on the Island's north end with 206 campsites, from tent sites to full hook-up, pull through RV sites with electricity, cable TV, water and sewerage. Wi-Fi and DSL Internet is free for registered guests.
• 20 miles of paved bike trails
• Fishing-Accessible pier
• 63 holes of golf
• 10 miles of public beach
• Historic District
• Georgia Sea Turtle Center
• Horseback Riding
• Marinas, Sightseeing, Fishing Charters
• Summer Waves Waterpark
• Several Annual Festivals
Alcohol Allowed, Drinking Water, Dump Station, Fire Ring, Flush Toilet, Grill, Hookup - Electric, Hookup - Sewer, Hookup - Water, Laundry, Pets OK, Picnic Table, Showers, Trash, Wi-Fi
912-635-3021 or firstname.lastname@example.org
• Full hook up back in: $35.00 • Full hook up pull through: $38.00 • Water and electric: $29.00 • Primitive tent: $24.00
Q: I am interested in a 3 night camping experience at Jekyll Island this summer. Please provide me with an information packet -Guest
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Reviews of Jekyll Island Campground
Reviewed by PSUtuna on August 5, 2014
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Stayed in a Primitive tent sight (T-15) over a long weekend. Sight was clean and level. The sight tend to be small, but with all the activities that are available on the island you won't spend too much time in camp. The camp ground and Jekyll Island is VERY pet friendly which was a plus for our four legged kids. There are rumors that this camp sight is going to be revamped and made even larger. Bring your bug spray, Thermocells, or citronella candles. Our only complaints are that our fire-ring was pretty beat up, but it was still usable. Also, that campground has a rule the no clotheslines are allowed. I don't know how heavily enforced this rule is. We had a line up for our beach towels and plus it rained. The grounds keeper stopped by to ask as to take it down "once our clothing was dry." I asked what the reasoning for the rule was, and was told it was for campground appearance. No big deal. Plenty of wildlife. We saw deer, squirrel, and raccoon. Be sure to put your food inside a vehicle at night or the raccoon will sure to be into it. Price for a primitive tent sight seemed a bit high, but the location of the campground makes up for the price. Beautiful, natural beaches. They many times we have been to Jekyll the beaches are never crowded, and it isn't commercialized like many of the beaches on east coast. There are many activities on the island and many great places to eat. I highly recommend "Latitude 31/ The Rah Bar" near the entrance to the island. Great food and live music on the weekends. FYI: There is a $6.00 daily park pass to get on the island. I highly recommend this campground if you are looking for a new beach destination.
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