Things to Do


Historic District Dining
The Pantry - The Jekyll Island Club Resort offers pastries, muffins, sticky buns, and coffee each morning and a menu of deli sandwiches, wraps, homemade soups, salads, desserts, and ice cream throughout the day.
The Poolhouse- The Pool House at the Jekyll Island Club Resort is open daily to the public and features salads, sandwiches, and pizza along with snacks, beverages, desserts, and a poolside and river view. The full bar specializes in frozen drinks.
Lobby Bar - Located just outside the Grand Dining Room at the Jekyll Island Club Resort, The Bar is a replica of the bar filmed in the hotel for the movie “The Legend of Bagger Vance.” It is a great spot for cocktails.
The Wharf - Live music, dining, and an indoor/outdoor bar with an unbeatable view of the sunset. They serve fresh, local fare, with southern staples and low country favorites.

Beach Village Dining
Jekyll Market - The Jekyll Market is a gourmet grocery store with a large selection of staples and specialty items, deli and bakery selections, and beer and wine. The Jekyll Market also includes on-site & to go eateries.
Eighty Ocean Kitchen & Bar - Featuring Southern coastal cuisine, a large wood-stone oven for crispy flatbreads, and a raw bar with seafood-inspired snacks, small plates, soups, and salads, along with an expansive dessert menu, craft cocktails, draft beer & wine selection.
Tortuga Jack's Resturant - Delicous, casual mexican resturant with ocean front views.
Jekyll Island Seafood Company - Located in the heart of Beach Village, offering a true coastal experience. Enjoy signature cocktails, coupled with Wild Georgia Shrimp and other shellfish & produce harvested from the surrounding community.
Wee Pub - Wee Pub is a neighborhood pub and restaurant. This hybrid Irish pub and sports bar features Irish and traditional American fare.

On Your Way In or Out of the Island
Zachry's Riverhouse- Locally-owned seafood restaurant serving up burgers, wings, and salads. Take in the relaxed Jekyll Island atmosphere on the porch while taking in a gorgeous sunset view!


Driftwood Beach - Ancient driftwood monuments line the waterfront.

Glory Beach Park - Pristine sand dunes line this wide-open beach.

Oceanview Beach Park - Stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean and quick access to the sand.

South Dunes Beach Park - This beach has an elevated boardwalk that crosses 20-foot sand dunes and delivers you to windswept beach.


Biking has long been a favorite activity on Jekyll Island. With more than 20 miles of picturesque paths and trails, biking offers a scenic way to see all of the island’s hallmark points of interest. Paths wind around sand dunes, beaches, and historic sites, while our ancient oaks offer ample shade. Download a map of bike paths on Jekyll Island. Paths are marked in yellow.

Jekyll Island Bike Barn- The Jekyll Island Bike Barn rents adult and kid-sized bikes. Jekyll Island Club Hotel gives special low rates to guests.

Beachside Bike Rentals- Beachside Bike Rentals rents bicycles at Days Inn, Quality Inn, and Villas by the Sea.


Jekyll Island Golf Club
Sixty-three holes. Four different courses. Georgia’s largest public golf resort – known for true Southern hospitality and legendary landscapes.

Mini Golf

Located just across from the Atlantic Ocean and Great Dunes Park, Jekyll Island Mini Golf offers two courses.

Historic Tours

Jekyll Island Historic Tours offers a variety of tours. Take a guided tour and step back in time as each historic building’s story unfolds, and the Jekyll Island Club and the National Landmark Historic District comes alive.

Tours of the historic district and homes.


The Croquet Lawn, located at the center of the Jekyll Island Club Resort, is always a good option. Visit the bellman at Jekyll Club to get started.
Ana Sharpe