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The Jekyll Island Trail is a combination of loops and connecting trails that make up a 24-mile-long route circling this island on the southeast coast of Georgia. A large portion of the trail system is within state park, but the trail also allows for exploration of beaches, forests, campgrounds, shops, and the Historic Landmark District. There is a lot of natural scenery and bike rentals are readily available, along with golfing and miniature golf.
Two helpful bike maps are available from the state park, one of the whole island and one of the historic district pedestrian and bike paths. Local hotels should also have copies of these maps. The loop to the north is about 10 miles and the loop to the south is a bit less. There is a wildlife viewing tower in the southern section at the St. Andrews picnic area.
Follow State Route 520 to Jekyll Island and take two left turns immediately after crossing the bridge and reaching the island; you'll arrive at a large parking area under the bridge with access to the bike trail. See the trail map for additional parking options.
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