cumberland island national seashore Trails

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Cumberland Island National Seashore :: Saint Marys, GA

Designated a National Seashore in 1972 to preserve the scenic, scientific, and historical value of Georgia’s largest and most southerly barrier island, Cumberland Island offers great fishing for a variety of inshore species, especially big red drum.

Mustangs, Spanish Moss, and Seaside Legends: Cumberland Island National Seashore :: Savannah, GA

Ribbons of white-sand beaches that stretch to the horizon and Spanish moss–festooned live oaks highlight this sublime landscape. Your destination is a barrier island 3 miles off the coast of Georgia. Since no supplies can be purchased on the island

Cumberland Island National Seashore Trails :: St Marys, GA

Cumberland Island National Seashore is located on the largest and southernmost of Georgia’s barrier islands. With its maritime forests, dunes, beaches, marshes, and human history, it provides an unparalleled and entertaining escape from the mainland.

River Trail :: Cumberland Island National Seashore, GA

River Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Camden County, Georgia. It is within Cumberland Island National Seashore. It is 0.2 miles long and begins at 7 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.3 miles with a total elevation gain of 11 feet.

Cumberland Island :: Kingsland, GA

Cumberland Island is Georgia’s largest barrier island, and a national seashore since 1972. There are a few remaining areas of private land, but most of it is national park. This is also one of the least-birded islands, and it’s good in all seasons bu

Crooked River :: Saint Marys, GA

For paddlers voyaging to Cumberland Island National Seashore, Crooked River provides the shortest and most enjoyable route starting from a public boat ramp on the mainland. Even if the destination is the chief attraction, journey by paddle enhances