At the northeast end of Jekyll Island, GA, is a fine boneyard beach, with a good mix of standing and fallen tree skeletons. The island is managed by Georgia as a state park, and there is an entry fee to the island. The beach, known locally as Driftwood Beach, is easily accessed by a system of paths and trails about 0.2 miles from parking areas along the road. Because of development on much of the island, this beach tends to be crowded. Riprap stones have been added to Driftwood Beach to control erosion at its developed south end, and these stones can pose hazards to beach walkers.