It was one of the most beautiful and unique places I've ever visited, and I look forward to going back again the next time I'm in Georgia.
It's called Driftwood Beach and it's like no other beach I've been to.
What makes Driftwood Beach so special?
The driftwood of course!
My husband and I took a four week roadtrip in November, from New Hampshire to Florida. It was our first long trip with our new travel trailer. One of the more memorable stops was Jekyll Island in Georgia.
Jekyll Island is situated off the coast of Georgia in Glynn County. It is one of the Sea Islands and Golden Isles of Georgia Barrier Isles. It is close to Brunswick, Georgia.
Jekyll Island is a state park, established in 1947.
I wish we had more time to visit the other five beaches on Jekyll Island.
Driftwood Beach was the only one we went to.
Words, and even photos don't do it justice. It's like visiting another world.
It's been consistently voted one of America's " Ten Most Romantic " beaches and USA Today featured it as " one of the best southern beaches for a weekend escape. "
It is simply breathtaking.
The driftwood is everywhere...
and much of it is larger than life.
It feels quite prehistoric.
It's funny how beautiful I found these dead, uprooted trees.
They really are beautiful... very artistic.
In addition to the beaches,
the shopping, restaurants, nature center, sea turtle center, golf, boating and fishing make Jekyll Island a worthwhile stop while visiting coastal Georgia!
For more information visit the Jekyll Island website.