Places to Play in & near Kingsland GA - Cumberland Island

Cumberland Island National Seashore - Georgia’s Largest Barrier Island

 Home to the ruins of the rich and famous, wild horses and white sandy beaches.  A unique exploration back in time.  

Cumberland Island National Seashore 

107 West St Marys Street, St Marys Georgia 31558  / (912) 882-4335 or (877) 860-6787 Cumberland Island is home to pristine maritime forests, undeveloped beaches and wide marshes that whisper the stories of both man and nature. Georgia’s largest and southernmost barrier island offers miles of trails and roads, as well as 18 miles of undeveloped beach.  Inland, majestic live oak and palmetto forests provide shelter for the wild horses, turkey, alligator, armadillo, deer and a tremendous variety of coastal birds. History abounds amidst tours of Plum Orchard and the mystical ruins of the once magnificent Carnegie Estate "Dungeness". Bike rentals available.

Lands & Legacies Tour

The Lands and Legacies tour is a motorized tour to the north end of Cumberland Island starting at the Sea Camp Ranger Station. Visitors will see both cultural and natural landmarks including the remains of Robert Stafford’s plantation and cemetery, Plum Orchard Mansion, Cumberland Wharf, The Settlement and First African Baptist Church. This tour is a rugged 5 to 6 hour trip that is open only to those visitors who take the 9:00 AM ferry to the Island or who are campers already staying on the Island.  Reservations are strongly recommended as seating is limited. You can make reservations up to six months in advance.
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Cumberland Queen Ferry to Cumberland Island GA near Kingsland GA Plum Orchard on Cumberland Island near Kingsland Georgia
Sometimes getting there is half the fun!  Reservations are required.  A short ferry ride on the Cumberland Queen transports you to the unspoiled shores of Cumberland Island National Seashore.  Share the wide white beaches with the wild horses grazing amidst the windswept dunes. 
113 St Marys Street, St Marys, Georgia 31558 (912) 882-4335 / (877) 860-6787
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Places to Play in & near Kingsland GA -

Cumberland Island

Cumberland Island National

Seashore - Georgia’s Largest Barrier

Island

 Home to the ruins of the rich and famous, wild horses and white sandy beaches.  A unique exploration back in time.  

Cumberland Island

National Seashore 

107 West St Marys Street, St Marys Georgia 31558  / (912) 882- 4335 or (877) 860-6787 Cumberland Island is home to pristine maritime forests, undeveloped beaches and wide marshes that whisper the stories of both man and nature. Georgia’s largest and southernmost barrier island offers miles of trails and roads, as well as 18 miles of undeveloped beach.  Inland, majestic live oak and palmetto forests provide shelter for the wild horses, turkey, alligator, armadillo, deer and a tremendous variety of coastal birds. History abounds amidst tours of Plum Orchard and the mystical ruins of the once magnificent Carnegie Estate "Dungeness". Bike rentals available.

Lands & Legacies Tour

The Lands and Legacies tour is a motorized tour to the north end of Cumberland Island starting at the Sea Camp Ranger Station. Visitors will see both cultural and natural landmarks including the remains of Robert Stafford’s plantation and cemetery, Plum Orchard Mansion, Cumberland Wharf, The Settlement and First African Baptist Church. This tour is a rugged 5 to 6 hour trip that is open only to those visitors who take the 9:00 AM ferry to the Island or who are campers already staying on the Island.  Reservations are strongly recommended as seating is limited. You can make reservations up to six months in advance.
Cumberland Queen Ferry to Cumberland Island GA near Kingsland GA
113 St Marys Street, St Marys, Georgia 31558 (912) 882-4335 / (877) 860-6787
Sometimes getting there is half the fun!  Reservations are required.  A short ferry ride on the Cumberland Queen transports you to the unspoiled shores of Cumberland Island National Seashore.  Share the wide white beaches with the wild horses grazing amidst the windswept dunes. 
Plum Orchard on Cumberland Island near Kingsland Georgia CUMBERLAND ISLAND TOURS