Jekyll Island is a barrier island off the coast of Georgia and is known as one of the Golden Isles of Georgia. The road leading to the Jekyll Island Club and historic district is lined with beautiful live oak trees.
The Jekyll Island Club Hotel was originally a hunting retreat built in 1888 for families such as the Rockefellers, Vanderbilts, J.P. Morgan and the Astors. Later abandoned, the Jekyll Island Club was restored to in 1986.
Jekyll Island's 240 acres of waterfront Historic Landmark District is ongoing with the restoration of the builidings on the grounds.
The watefront views in front of the Jekyll Island Club allow views across the river and marsh all the way to the mainland.
Views of the historic Marshes of Glynn and the new Sidney Lanier Bridge are visible from the Historic District on Jekyll Island.