After opening its doors in February 1975, The Crab Trap has remained a favorite island tradition for more than 35 years. This famous island landmark ... More
After opening its doors in February 1975, The Crab Trap has remained a favorite island tradition for more than 35 years. This famous island landmark is still owned and operated by the original family. The Crab Trap offers a very nautical, casual and rustic atmosphere. It is known for its tables with the hole in the middle used for discarding your fresh oyster shells and shrimp tails. Diners continue to return time after time for our delicious and generous portions of fresh seafood served either fried, blackened, broiled or grilled. A full service bar specializing in margaritas and our famous Blue Crab cocktail is also available to complete your dining experience.
The grand tradition of the Jekyll Island Club Hotel began a century ago, when it was founded as an exclusive
retreat for members of America's highest society. Today, where Morgan, Pulitzer, Rockefeller and Vanderbilt once came to relax, The ...
, In the shadow, of a century old lighthouse, this small, quiet, and welcoming inn is just steps away from
the beach, parks, shops, and restaurants. The recently remodeled inn offers 34, beautifully appointed guest rooms. All of the ...
First constructed in 1807 by James Gould on Couper's Point, this towering, 104 foot lighthouse was reconstructed in 1872 on
the same site to replace the original which was destroyed by retreating Confederate forces in 1862. A beautifully restored ...