Jekyll Harbor Marina

Jekyll Island, GA

General Information

The moment you enter the Jekyll Creek estuary, your surroundings change completely.  This is one of the most peaceful areas you will ever find.  Broad expanses of marsh grass line the ample channel of the winding creek.  Here is the home of all kinds of wildlife, waterfowl, blue crabs, and one of the richest fish and shrimp areas on the East Coast.

Jekyll Island Slips

Convenience is the reason that Jekyll Island Marina is a wonderful place to keep your boat, year round.  It's an easy drive to Jekyll Island, Georgia, which is just minutes from Exit 29 (Formerly Exit 6) on I-95.  The marina is located at Mile Marker 685 on the ICW and is within easy reach of dozens of great cruising destinations up and down the Intracoastal Waterway.  Access to Jekyll Harbor from offshore is provided by either the St. Simons Sound Inlet or St. Andrews Sound Inlet.

The marina is beautiful with grounds that are full of Live Oaks that create a wonderful setting for the boaters to enjoy.  The walkways, pool / jacuzzi, restaurant, and barbecue grill area are all set in amongst these picturesque trees while overlooking the docks and the waterway beyond.  Needless to say, we are proud of our marina and work hard to keep it well maintained for your pleasure and enjoyment.

Pool and Hot Tub

Jekyll Island has a long history.  It was once a private resort for a group of America's wealthiest families.  For 55 years, families such as the Rockefellers, Morgans, and Vanderbilts enjoyed the beauty and seclusion of Jekyll Island.  This area is now a National Historic Landmark District which visitors can enjoy, as well as the island's natural beauty and the miles of beach.  All of this makes Jekyll Island one of the most remarkable vacation spots in the United States.

Trout, Flounder, Redfish, and Bass are all found in the inland coastal waters at various times of year.  Tarpon, Kingfish, Spanish Mackerel, Amber Jack, Barracuda, Snapper, and Grouper are found in the off shore waters of Jekyll Island.

There are a number of protected wildlife refuges in the area and you are free to anchor and explore.  You'll need to navigate among the islands with care.  Cumberland Island, a National Seashore, just to the south, is another interesting place worth exploring.

Pull out your charts (NOAA chart no. 11489 or 11502) and see just how convenient Jekyll Island is for a layover while traveling the ICW.  Then come by and let us show you all that we have to offer.

NOAA Chart No. 11489