Visiting Cumberland Island National Seashore

plan a visit to this overlooked Georgia Coast National Park site

Start in St Mary's, Georgia at the Cumberland Island National Seashore visitor center. It's a beautiful town worth exploring.

There is a 30 minute passenger ferry ride to Cumberland Island. Watch for dolphins in the tannic river!

Begin exploring Cumberland Island with a walk through the live oak tree tunnel

Visit the Dungeness Ruins: an incredible deserted mansion built by the Carnegies

Enjoy the company of wild horses all around the ruins and the rest of Cumberland Island

The beaches of Cumberland Island are gorgeous and pristine.

Spend several days camping at Cumberland Island National Seashore to see all of the coastline.

Be sure to bring beach gear because you'll want to go swimming at Cumberland Island

Visit the Plum Orchard Mansion, first African Baptist church and other sites while visiting Cumberland Island.*

*bikes or the Legacy Tour are needed to explore the whole island

Remember, the wild horses are feral and not to be approached. You'll see them everywhere, so be safe.

Find out more and plan a visit to Cumberland Island National Seashore

You'll be so glad you did. It's one of the best sights on the Georgia Coast!