Enchanting Luxury Camping on a Private Island in the Golden Isles of Georgia
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For cooking up meals, there is a stove, dishes, and pans, as well as a cooler with ice. It is recommended that guests bring a secondary cooler for food. Outside, there is a gas barbecue and propane tanks are provided. On the barbecue, guests can easily warm up the kettle for coffee or tea.
Included in the stay are two different outdoor experiences, detailed in the activities section, which allow guests to learn about the island's ancient reefs, ecosystem, and marine history and biology.
- 1 King-size bed
- Hot water
- Lounge/Living room
- Outdoor furniture
- Linens and pillows
- Cooking basics
- Tea kettle
Moreover, the following amenities are provided: designer linens, a gas barbecue (propane tanks are provided), a cooler with ice, and the exclusive use of this private island.
For those interested in having a private chef prepare meals, guests should inquire with the host at the time of booking, and the hosts will make the necessary arrangements.
Massages and yoga can also be organized for an additional cost.
Location + Surroundings
- National Park
The island of Little Raccoon Key has a rich historical background—from the Timucua and Guale natives and French, Spanish, and English explorations to the present-day ecotourism and conservation practices.
- Wildlife watching
Included in the glamping experience are the following exciting outdoor experiences. The "Ancient Oyster Reef Lesson" which will teach guests about the oyster reefs that form part of Little Racoon Key and make up a crucial part of the island's ecosystem. Boots are suggested for this experience to keep feet safe from the sharp reefs.
The "River of Dolphins Boat Ride" is a marine history and biology tour to and from Little Raccoon Key. Guests will see the rest of the Golden Isles during the tour, as well as the stunning Sidney Lanier Bridge, in addition to dolphins and pelican sightings.
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Given the island's proximity to Jekyll Island, guests should still receive cell service.