After journeying across Georgia’s coastal waters, descend from the ferry and step into a world like no other, Cumberland Island. The canopying oak trees, the mystifying Dungeness Ruins, the enchanting wild horses, and the accounts of those who once inhabited the barrier island hold many stories that weave a captivating tale of wealth, poverty, privilege, and sacrifice. Relax or adventure by escaping for a day visit, immerse yourself in nature’s beauty by camping overnight, or indulge yourself by being a guest at the upscale Greyfield Inn.
The National Park Service protects almost 36,000 acres of the island, including miles of unspoiled beaches. Explore the historical and natural mysteries it holds with one of their knowledgeable guides who live and breathe for the adventures Cumberland Island has to offer.
Cumberland Island, Georgia
Sea Camp Campground