Jekyll Island Campground Good Sam Verified Campground

1197 Riverview Dr, Jekyll Island, GA 31527

Good Sam Verified Campground
(5 reviews) 4.2 out of 5 stars from 5 reviews
(5 reviews) 4.2 out of 5 stars from 5 reviews

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1197 Riverview Dr
Jekyll Island, GA, 31527

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Type: Public Park
Partial Handicap Access
Laundry
Eco-friendly park
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Pets welcome
Day Max Stay (14)
Tents Allowed
Folding Tent Campers Allowed
Road condition: Fair
Road type: Gravel
Big rig sites
Onsite RV service
Table at site
Total spaces: 159
Spaces available: 134
Seasonal Sites: 25
Site length: 70
Max length: 70
Gravel sites: 12
Pull-thru size: 25 x 70
Pull-thrus: 60
Back-in size: 25 x 50
Room for slideouts: Yes
Shaded sites: Mostly
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Number of full hookups: 134
Amps: 30 Amp/50 Amp
Max Amps: 50

Restrooms
Cable
Ice
Laundry
Ice
Laundry
Table at site
Entertainment
On-site RV service
RV supplies
Entertainment
On-site RV service
RV supplies

Swimming
Body of water: Atlantic Ocean
Nature trails
Bike rentals
Fishing
Bike rentals
Fishing

(within 10 miles)

Hiking
Fishing
Kayaking / canoeing
Boating
Marina
Boating
Marina
Road biking
Casino
Casino

Family Camping
Every day’s a new adventure on Jeklyll Island

With ten miles of sun-drenched beaches & Georgia’s only rehabilitation center for endangered sea turtles, watch the dolphins play or take a bike ride through the Historic District. There’s something for every explorer.

4.2 (5 reviews) 4.2 out of 5 stars from 5 reviews
Facility
4.2
Restroom
4.2
Appeal
4.5
What is being rated?
4 4 out of 5 stars 10/20/2022

I was traveling with two disabled seniors, which can be more challenging and results in late (after dark) arrivals (even though I keep making our driving time shorter..). Finding it in the dark was not a big deal because it was kind of at the end of the road. Finding the site in the dark would have been easier if numbers were on reflective material. The grounds are packed with lots of campers, though we were fortunate to have one of the few sites with more space around it. The sites were dirt/pine... Read More

I was traveling with two disabled seniors, which can be more challenging and results in late (after dark) arrivals (even though I keep making our driving time shorter..). Finding it in the dark was not a big deal because it was kind of at the end of the road. Finding the site in the dark would have been easier if numbers were on reflective material. The grounds are packed with lots of campers, though we were fortunate to have one of the few sites with more space around it. The sites were dirt/pine straw, so my handicapped passengers would not get out. This is fine - it was expected at this site (though it would be nice to have sites available for those needing more handicap-accessible facilities). The bathrooms were very close by, but they were very dirty - dirty rings around the bases of all of the toilets and dark water around and behind most of the toilets. Two of four showers were not working. I wonder what the smell would have been like if it had been warm. The sinks seemed clean, though the faucets are pitted after years in service. The hand drier was right over a garbage can and seemed to have a dirty wall right behind it. The grounds are very beautiful if you are looking for the hanging out under the trees in a park type experience. Beautiful drive in and out!
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4 4 out of 5 stars 11/24/2019

Jekyll island is a wonderful destination. Just keep in mind you'll pay additional 8$ a day park fee. We found the campsites are dirt and small. But we didn't have anyone either side of us. Staff was friendly. We ate at Driftwood Bristo, it was excellent $$. Lot's to do on the island. I would recommend this campground. We went in November, not many bugs, but we heard other times of year bugs are an issue. Sunsets were to die for

5 5 out of 5 stars 03/07/2019

We have only had our RV SunSeeker for a short time so have been going to RV Parks within a few hours of our home to get use to our new purchase and check out campgrounds that we may want to come back. This campsite was a fun time. There are many trees everywhere and we had a back in site which was just a little challenging for these new RVers at 31 ft. The campers around our site were all sitting out enjoying the cool weather and campfires and I think enjoyed our efforts and one camper had even... Read More

We have only had our RV SunSeeker for a short time so have been going to RV Parks within a few hours of our home to get use to our new purchase and check out campgrounds that we may want to come back. This campsite was a fun time. There are many trees everywhere and we had a back in site which was just a little challenging for these new RVers at 31 ft. The campers around our site were all sitting out enjoying the cool weather and campfires and I think enjoyed our efforts and one camper had even lended a hand in helping miss a few trees. Once settled, we hooked up everything, leveled our camper but site was pretty level already and got set up. Picnic tables are supplies and we added our rug outside. We have little dogs so we got them hooked up outside and they explored our area. Lots of bags and disposal around the park for the dogs. Dog park as well. There are lots of trees on all the sites so it helps with privacy. Cable and internet as well and we had full hook-ups. I think for two days total around $90.00. Very clean park and the hosts are very friendly and helpful. We had campsite H1 which seemed to have a lot of 3 month renters from up north that have been coming for 10+ years which says a lot for the park. All were very neat with their sites. We were close to the Restrooms. There is a $10 charge getting on the island. We didn't go off so we just paid it once but you can buy a pass or pay each time you leave and come back. The park has a nice golf course, very old hotel where Rockefellers stayed in the days which has a huge wonderful Sunday brunch with fresh seafood galore and so much more. A little pricey I think $35 a person but some a wonderful experience. I highly recommend this RV Park. We will be back!
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4 4 out of 5 stars 06/12/2017

We are on our last night here ... the campground is nice enough near lots of really cool and interesting things. Spent the morning at Drift Wood Beach. Very nice. The campground is very affordable. I think we are paying $38 a night with full hook-up and a level site. The only negative per say would be the dirt roads were in bad shape however two trucks and a big machine just showed up ... looks like they are doing upgrades to the roads ... so that should not be any issue moving forward. My... Read More

We are on our last night here ... the campground is nice enough near lots of really cool and interesting things. Spent the morning at Drift Wood Beach. Very nice. The campground is very affordable. I think we are paying $38 a night with full hook-up and a level site. The only negative per say would be the dirt roads were in bad shape however two trucks and a big machine just showed up ... looks like they are doing upgrades to the roads ... so that should not be any issue moving forward. My wife likes to stay at places that have a few more perks like swimming pool, hot tub and the like. None of that here. However they offer strong wi-fi, free cable, have clean bath houses, nice laundry facility and a well stocked campground store. On a scale of 1 to 10 I would give this little campground a solid 7.5
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4 4 out of 5 stars 12/26/2015

We really enjoyed our stay on Jekyll Island. The gal who checked us in when we arrived was not very friendly...no warm welcome She gave us the paperwork and not concerned if we knew our way around. Given this was our first visit I was not impressed. The other gal was smiling and appeared friendly. Neighbours stopped by to say hello and many had holiday decorations up. We will definitely stay here again when we are passing by.

4 4 out of 5 stars 10/20/2022

I was traveling with two disabled seniors, which can be more challenging and results in late (after dark) arrivals (even though I keep making our driving time shorter..). Finding it in the dark was not a big deal because it was kind of at the end of the road. Finding the site in the dark would have been easier if numbers were on reflective material. The grounds are packed with lots of campers, though we were fortunate to have one of the few sites with more space around it. The sites were dirt/pine... Read More

I was traveling with two disabled seniors, which can be more challenging and results in late (after dark) arrivals (even though I keep making our driving time shorter..). Finding it in the dark was not a big deal because it was kind of at the end of the road. Finding the site in the dark would have been easier if numbers were on reflective material. The grounds are packed with lots of campers, though we were fortunate to have one of the few sites with more space around it. The sites were dirt/pine straw, so my handicapped passengers would not get out. This is fine - it was expected at this site (though it would be nice to have sites available for those needing more handicap-accessible facilities). The bathrooms were very close by, but they were very dirty - dirty rings around the bases of all of the toilets and dark water around and behind most of the toilets. Two of four showers were not working. I wonder what the smell would have been like if it had been warm. The sinks seemed clean, though the faucets are pitted after years in service. The hand drier was right over a garbage can and seemed to have a dirty wall right behind it. The grounds are very beautiful if you are looking for the hanging out under the trees in a park type experience. Beautiful drive in and out!
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4 4 out of 5 stars 11/24/2019

Jekyll island is a wonderful destination. Just keep in mind you'll pay additional 8$ a day park fee. We found the campsites are dirt and small. But we didn't have anyone either side of us. Staff was friendly. We ate at Driftwood Bristo, it was excellent $$. Lot's to do on the island. I would recommend this campground. We went in November, not many bugs, but we heard other times of year bugs are an issue. Sunsets were to die for

5 5 out of 5 stars 03/07/2019

We have only had our RV SunSeeker for a short time so have been going to RV Parks within a few hours of our home to get use to our new purchase and check out campgrounds that we may want to come back. This campsite was a fun time. There are many trees everywhere and we had a back in site which was just a little challenging for these new RVers at 31 ft. The campers around our site were all sitting out enjoying the cool weather and campfires and I think enjoyed our efforts and one camper had even... Read More

We have only had our RV SunSeeker for a short time so have been going to RV Parks within a few hours of our home to get use to our new purchase and check out campgrounds that we may want to come back. This campsite was a fun time. There are many trees everywhere and we had a back in site which was just a little challenging for these new RVers at 31 ft. The campers around our site were all sitting out enjoying the cool weather and campfires and I think enjoyed our efforts and one camper had even lended a hand in helping miss a few trees. Once settled, we hooked up everything, leveled our camper but site was pretty level already and got set up. Picnic tables are supplies and we added our rug outside. We have little dogs so we got them hooked up outside and they explored our area. Lots of bags and disposal around the park for the dogs. Dog park as well. There are lots of trees on all the sites so it helps with privacy. Cable and internet as well and we had full hook-ups. I think for two days total around $90.00. Very clean park and the hosts are very friendly and helpful. We had campsite H1 which seemed to have a lot of 3 month renters from up north that have been coming for 10+ years which says a lot for the park. All were very neat with their sites. We were close to the Restrooms. There is a $10 charge getting on the island. We didn't go off so we just paid it once but you can buy a pass or pay each time you leave and come back. The park has a nice golf course, very old hotel where Rockefellers stayed in the days which has a huge wonderful Sunday brunch with fresh seafood galore and so much more. A little pricey I think $35 a person but some a wonderful experience. I highly recommend this RV Park. We will be back!
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4 4 out of 5 stars 06/12/2017

We are on our last night here ... the campground is nice enough near lots of really cool and interesting things. Spent the morning at Drift Wood Beach. Very nice. The campground is very affordable. I think we are paying $38 a night with full hook-up and a level site. The only negative per say would be the dirt roads were in bad shape however two trucks and a big machine just showed up ... looks like they are doing upgrades to the roads ... so that should not be any issue moving forward. My... Read More

We are on our last night here ... the campground is nice enough near lots of really cool and interesting things. Spent the morning at Drift Wood Beach. Very nice. The campground is very affordable. I think we are paying $38 a night with full hook-up and a level site. The only negative per say would be the dirt roads were in bad shape however two trucks and a big machine just showed up ... looks like they are doing upgrades to the roads ... so that should not be any issue moving forward. My wife likes to stay at places that have a few more perks like swimming pool, hot tub and the like. None of that here. However they offer strong wi-fi, free cable, have clean bath houses, nice laundry facility and a well stocked campground store. On a scale of 1 to 10 I would give this little campground a solid 7.5
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1197 Riverview Dr, Jekyll Island, GA 31527
Coordinates: 31.107410, -81.413000
Elevation:

Directions
From Jct I-95 (exit 29) & US-17 (Hwy 520): Go 5-1/2 mi N on US-17, then 6-1/2 mi SE on Jekyll Island Causeway to Jekyll Island Entrance Gate, then continue straight to Roundabout, take 3rd exit, then 5 mi NE on N Beach Rd (L) Do Not Use GPS. Admission fee required

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