At Around 400 Years Old, One Of The Oldest Trees In Georgia Is Found On Jekyll Island

One of the most photographed and beautiful places in Georgia is Jekyll Island. This barrier island is a destination for travelers from all over the state, and it’s really no wonder why. The island has a unique natural beauty, plus so much culture and history. There are gorgeous beaches, marshes, and great trails here. And don’t even get us started on the amazing seafood and other restaurants you’ll find! One of the oldest trees in Georgia is tucked away on Jekyll Island. Nicknamed the Plantation Oak, this mighty tree is thought to be around 400 years old and it’s absolutely massive.

You can find the Plantation Oak on Old Plantation Road on Jekyll Island. It’s right next door to the Crane Cottage hotel.

For more information about other things to do on Jekyll Island, check out the Jekyll Island State Park website or Facebook page.

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Address: Crane Cottage, 371 Riverview Dr, Jekyll Island, GA 31527, USA