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Amazing and unique beach

We very much enjoyed our sunset walk in this beach. The fallen oaks spread all over the beach were... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
lowens311
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Kansas City, Missouri
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Beautiful

I don't know how this natural Debi's accumulated but it is such a beautiful example of nature's... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Susie J
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Thomaston, Georgia
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We very much enjoyed our sunset walk in this beach. The fallen oaks spread all over the beach were hauntingly beautiful. Great place to take pics and look for shells and little critters in tide pools. Sunset is best seen on the other side of the island, but you still get amazing colors on this side too.

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Reviewed 3 days ago

I don't know how this natural Debi's accumulated but it is such a beautiful example of nature's art. A must see if you are in the area but please do not litter the area or affect any other change.

Thank Susie J
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Driftwood Beach is located just passed the Holiday Inn On Lekyll Island… Park it’s a little parking area or next to the road, take it easy stroll to the beach which is covered in hundred-year-old trees that have been ravaged by time and driftysand so they look right out of a Halloween novel…

This is a great place for families, for pictures amongst the trees, or for all beach activities, hand isn’t easy drive North from the main shopping area of Jekyll Island

Thank CLEken
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We visited Driftwood Beach approximately 3 years ago and enjoyed its uniqueness. Unfortunately one or more of the recent hurricanes have rearranged Driftwood Beach to the point where there is very little Driftwood left in the previous area. It appears as if some of this driftwood has been relocated further south on the beach but not in the same quantity or uniqueness as before. Mother Nature can be nasty at times.

Thank ribby42
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Rode bikes on the beach at low tide. Very beautiful and unique. Check the tidal chart before you go because at high tide the beach is covered.

Thank KatrinaD567
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Reviewed 1 week ago

It was suggested that I visit Jekyll Island and Driftwood beach. I went directly from paying the fee to enter the State Park which I learned was the entire island, to the beach. Parking can be an issue, but I was there off season. The signs were no parking
but not much else which was lovely. Just walk and study the nature. Main trick is being there when tide is low. There is nothing within a couple miles, great quiet zone, unless a tour bus pulls up!

1  Thank val m
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Reviewed 1 week ago

You have to see this special beach. Beautiful pictures can be taken there. The trails to the beach are not always marked you have to pay attention to find them.

Thank Ruth M
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Be prepared with your camera for amazing picture opportunities! Went during sunset for rainbow colored skies. HOWEVER, the gnats are ferocious!! Thought we were prepared as we sprayed down prior to with extra strength deet spray, it was no match for the ferocious/relentless gnats. Stayed just long enough to take the best pics of our vacation but this Beach could not be enjoyed.

2  Thank HunBabe
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

When we visited a hurricane the year before had cleared out the smaller driftwood. Mostly bigger trees & stumps left. It was still an awesome place to visit. Loved walking the beach.

Thank Tonia E
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This place was otherworldly and breathtaking! I'm so glad we took the time to walk out to the beach and explore among the mammoth driftwood AKA entire trees and their root systems!! It was quite a unique experience, unlike any other beach I've seen.

Thank cinbau1
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