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Explore the best rated trails in Jesup, GA, whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the JF Gregory Park Trail and Hampton Spur Bike Trail . With more than 5 trails covering 50 miles you're bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
My husband and I bike Jekyll at least once a month. We start out at the Marina where there is a good family restaurant with pub food and cocktails. Nice views off the back and very social with the boaters coming and going. The trail is mostly paved a little dirt thru the woods. It’s a loop so I love it! Lots of oceans views, many places to stop for a eat or drink. Lots of butterflies, and birds. Some shopping, tons of history and benches to rest and take in nature. Give yourself the day! You could zoom thru it in a couple of hours but why! So much to take in!
Love riding this gorgeous trail
If you’re looking to ride casually and enjoy great ocean and nature views, this is for you! There are some 5+ mile stretches to get in some light cardio. Plenty of good food/brew choices close by too
I can't give enough stars for such a nice wide trail that roams through beach views, piers, playgrounds, coastal ponds, historical buildings and more.
Jekyll Island will spoil you! It’s worth the drive wherever you are! Clean, we’ll kept and park services are superb. Safety and security is top notch. There’s even a GA State Trooper post located on the island. Great restaurants and the entire island is bike and dog friendly!
Rode 12 miles of the best bike trails. The path will take you by the ocean, historical area, piers, concessions, sunny and shaded areas. Check the tide charts for low tide, so you can ride the driftwood beach section.
We loved Jekyll Island and most of the trail.
Most of the trail is lovely, but there are some sections where the surface is rough making it a challenge for "small wheels" like Inline skates or Trikkes. One section was worn concrete and a few sections had shells embedded in the concrete, which looks pretty but is a rough surface to skate on.
Much of the trail is brand new, wide, concrete and is excellent. Near the south end, the pavement suddenly stops and you are forced onto the road if you are on wheels that can't ride on sand. I hope they will continue the paved section all the way around the south end. It wasn't crowded when we road (January) but in the summer, riding on the road would not be safe.
The trail is well marked and we will come again, but plan our trip with caution to the unpaved portions.
This little Island has beauty, history, great restaurants, and many activities that are all accessible via the bike trail. It was a grand day out for sure. We covered the entire trail, toured the historic Jekyll Island Club and museum; ate a terrific lunch on the water and enjoyed the beach. Who could ask for more?
This trail is really a multi-use sidewalk with many intersections, traffic lights, lots of motor vehicle traffic, lots of starts and stops, with users who don't understand the protocol for using a multi-use trail safely and courteously. If you are a serious cyclist, I do not recommend this trail for all the above reasons.
We found bike paths all over the island. We could bike out of our VRBO which was on Demere Rd and go to the beach, restaurants and explored the Hampton Spur. Make sure you get to Dolce Dough for your morning donut and a southern Soul for BBQ.
This park is a great place to take a walk with my two little dogs. I take my dogs for a walk almost every morning.
We spent the entire day crisscrossing the entire Island. We stopped on the Isl on the way north because of the wonderful reviews. We weren’t disappointed. If anyone planning on doing this ride, a film crew has shut down Driftwood beach trail until 03/28/22.
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