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Little Raccoon Key

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Whether or not you are first time glampers, seasoned nature enthusiasts, or a fun couple looking for a new experience, we hope that you will come join us on Little Raccoon Key to enjoy some rest and relaxation. While glamping on Little Raccoon Key, you will likely see Dolphins, many species of birds, and a variety of plant life on the island. You will also have the opportunity to watch the sunrise over the Golden Isles with a cup of coffee or tea in hand, relax in a hammock while reading a book, or get some sun in our loungers. We only accommodate 1 overnight reservation at a time, so you can be assured that you will be the only one on the private island each night. Little Raccoon Key is only 10 minutes away from Jekyll Island, so you will still likely have cellular service should you need to reach out to the Little Raccoon Key staff during your stay.

Your tour includes:
• Ancient Oyster Reef Lesson
• Groceries Upon Request
• Gas Oven/Stove
• Glamping Tent
• River of Dolphins Transportation to and from the island
• Chef Prepared Meals Upon Request (Onsite & Offsite)
• Cooler with Ice
• Memory Foam Bed & Designer Sheets

Your LRK experience will include an onboard marine history and biology tour to and from the island. Little Raccoon Key is about a 10 minute boat ride from Jekyll Island, and it is a beautiful ride. During this trip, you can see St. Simons Island, Jekyll Island, Cumberland Island, & the gorgeous Sydney Lanier Bridge. The waters between Little Raccoon Key and Jekyll Island are teeming with wildlife, and it is common to see large pods of Dolphin swimming by the island or Pelicans diving into the water to catch fish. Be sure to have your camera ready!

Once you arrive on the island, we will teach you about ancient oyster reefs that are a beautiful part of the island. These oysters are a very important part of the island’s eco-system (and they are also very sharp), so please be weary when walking around the oysters. We suggest that you wear boots when walking around the oyster reefs to be on the safe side!

  • Beach front
  • Beach view
  • Beach access