• Driftwood Beach - Jekyll Island, Georgia

      Driftwood Beach, Jekyll Island
      Photo by Peter Thody
      Jekyll Island's Driftwood Beach is one of the most photogenic sites in the whole of the USA, extremely accessible, and situated within easy reach of many of the east coast's most popular vacation destinations. Yet somehow it remains something of a local secret, completely unspoilt. Sun-bleached dead trees litter the beach for hundreds of yards creating a dramatic, otherworldly scene that cries out to be explored, climbed, and photographed.

      If you go:
      Park up on the road that runs beside the beach, walk no more than 10-15 yards through light shrubbery and while you may not have the place entirely to yourself, you still get the sense of having discovered something that most visitors somehow contrive to miss.

      Links:




      North Beachview Drive,
      Jekyll Island, Georgia 31527 USA

      Mailing address:
      Visitor Information Center
      901 Downing Musgrove Causeway
      Jekyll Island, GA 31527 USA

      Phone Numbers:

      Visitor Information Center
      +1 (912) 635-3636


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