Another of the Golden Isles of Georgia, Jekyll Island was once a 19th-century playground for American aristocracy, notably the Rockefellers, Pulitzers, Morgans, and Vanderbilts. Today, visitors can enjoy the meticulously restored Victorian Jekyll Island Clubhouse and hotel that serve as the centerpiece for the island’s National Historic Landmark District. Guest rooms, suites, and cottages are furnished in the most appropriate historically rooted décor. The Club’s three restaurants are considered to be the best on the island and offer a range of fare, from casual breakfasts in the Café Solterra to elegant fine dining in the award-winning Grand Dining Room. The full-service spa allows you to be pampered like an aristocrat! jekyllclub.com
Grand Dunes This historic 45-hole course is an old-school Oceanside links course that affords great play all year round.
Croquet, Trail Riding, Tennis All of the classical American leisure pastimes are at your doorstep at the Jekyll Island Club.
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Adams and Anderson, LLC presents the 35th Annual New Year’s Bluegrass Festival on Jekyll Island. Join The Crowe Brothers, Ralph Stanley & The Clinch Mtn. Boys and many more bluegrass greats Dec. 30 through Jan. 1 at the Jekyll Island Covention Complex.
The Jekyll Island Authority charges a $5.00 per day entry fee to the Island.
For a full schedule and ticket information, visit aandabluegrass.com.
For questions: 706.864.7203 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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