Welcome to Cumberland Island National Seashore
Cumberland Island National Seashore today is a park of over 9,000 acres made up of the marshes, forests, waters, and shores of the historic island. Only 300 members of the general public can visit the island each day, and the park recommends visitors make reservations ahead of their trip. Visitors can access the island by a ferry, which picks up at the park headquarters in St. Marys, Georgia. On the island, park visitors can board park trams or rent bicycles to tour the historic properties and access the island’s public areas for camping, hiking, fishing, swimming, and wildlife watching.
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- Cumberland Island National Seashore - Saint Marys, GA - Historic and Cultural Parks
Cumberland Island National Seashore - Saint Marys, GA - Historic and Cultural Parks
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