Cumberland Island is a place of many faces. Musky salt marshes, shady maritime forests, cool swamps, and sun-drenched dunes can be discovered on a journey around the island.
Your footsteps mingle with those of Timucuan Indians, European explorers, enslaved Africans, planters, and wealthy industrialists. Enjoy the peace and solitude of today as you explore the remains of times past: oyster middens, live oak-lined avenues, and tabby ruins.
At each turn the sandy pathways uncover a new view of this 17.5-mile-long barrier island off Georgia's southeast coast.
Access is by ferry just as in the past. Escape the everyday with no stores or food available.
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