Jekyll Island Campground
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps
Level, shaded sites. Bath Houses dated but kept clean. Friendly staff and campground hosts
Our first time here. So far we are having a great time.
Wooded Campground only a few mins from the Beach
This was a wonderfully relaxing campground and we genuinely enjoyed our stay here. The campground itself is in heavy oak forest with sites on cleared-out areas. They’re very basic to look at, but have all the amenities with WiFi, cable, full hook-up and some larger pull-through’s for those that need them. Some campers are a tad tight, but the trees give separation and a relaxed natural feel. Facilities are great, spotlessly clean and there’s even a laundry on-site. The best part is that you’re only a minute’s drive (or short bike) from the fishing pier and gorgeous driftwood beach. Jekyll Island also has biking trails, restaurants and shops so you’ve got access to “civilizaton” if you want it. There’s quite a few people who spend winter here and with the great monthly rate ($475 all-included with cable, WiFi, hook-up etc.) there’s many who come back year after year. We spent the week-end walking on the beach, chatting to the neighbours, biking the Island and enjoying the nature. We’d definitely come back.
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Extra Info: Free WiFi and cable. $32/night for back-in full hook-up (winter rate of $475/month all-inclusive). Small central store, laundry, propane and dump station on site.
It's a shame this is the only place to stay !!!
The park is just ok, they say they have wifi but it's very week and we were close to the office. There are lots of kids in this park. It's busy and noisey and the bath/shower rooms are nasty. Bring your own wood cause they rob you here on everything from milk to firewood. But the staff was very nice !!!
Only show in town
This is the only RV park on or near Jekyll Island. It is pretty full of snow birders in the winter. Sites are very close--more like a private park than a state park. The bathrooms are acceptable, but little more. Laundry is fine. The bike path goes right by the entrance to the park and goes all around the island. A bike is a good way to explore the island.