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About Jekyll Island

Jekyll Island is more than just a beach destination. It’s history, conservation, and fun all rolled up into a serene and picturesque setting. Attendees to GAR’s Annual Conference will have several options for local attractions, entertainment, and dining. Please click on the links below to learn more about Jekyll Island’s unique offerings for visitors.

A rich history – 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. There are several opportunities to explore Jekyll Island’s history:

Dining options – from quaint cafes to beachside bar and grills to fine dining, Jekyll Island has a variety of restaurants to please every palette. http://www.jekyllisland.com/dining/

Beaches – Jekyll Island’s beaches are unlike any other I the world. Explore the famous Driftwood Beach, the wide-open shore of Glory Beach, or take a picnic to St. Andrews Beach.

Georgia Sea Turtle Center – Find out our Georgia protects these beautiful creature through research, rehabilitation and education programs for sea turtles. Open daily 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. 


Source: www.JekyllIsland.com

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