Jekyll Island Topo Map

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Jekyll Island is one of Georgia’s “Golden Isles.” The island offers surf fishing, a drive-up boat launch, and three fishing piers. A group of wealthy families purchased Jekyll Island in 1886 for a private winter retreat. By 1900, The Jekyll Island Club membership rolls included the names Rockefeller, Morgan, Crane, Pulitzer, and Gould, and it was said the club’s membership controlled one-sixth of the world’s wealth. The events of the 1930s eventually led to the Club’s closing in 1942, and in 1947 the State of Georgia bought Jekyll Island. Jekyll Island is a favorite with vacationers. Beaches, tennis, golf, dining, shopping, and other activities all draw visitors to the island. Key species: red drum, spotted seatrout, Spanish mackerel, flounder, shark, croaker, spot, yellowtail, others.
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Brunswick, Georgia

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