‪Cumberland Island National Seashore Museum‬

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‪Cumberland Island National Seashore Museum‬
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Stacie
52 مساهمة
العائلة • مايو 2022
‪I wish I lived closer!! I’d come here all the time. Coming from the hustle & bustle of ATL this place was just magic! It’s a lot of walking but worth it! If you go to the beach walk far down to find the best treasures!! My son found plenty of conches. Just make sure there’s nothing living in there!!
We listened & looked at birds. Checked out the beautiful trees. The horses are majestic. No touching or feeding. Then saw a few armadillos. I felt so at peace just walking around. AMAZING! AMAZING! AMAZING!!‬
كُتب بتاريخ 12 مايو 2022
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MKTBE
‪Topeka‬, ‪Kansas‬2,841 مساهمة
العائلة • مايو 2022
‪Cumberland Island is a barrier Island off of the coast of Georgia. The only way to access the Island is by a pre-registered ferry. We spent an amazing 4 hours exploring the Dungeness Ruins, Maritime Forest, Saltwater Marsh, and an unpopulated Beach! The Island is also inhabited with many Wild Horses. We also spied a few Armadillos, many Lizards, Egrets, Cranes, and Sand Crabs. Our three-generational family enjoyed a peaceful day of adventure, hiking, exploring, a beach picnic, and appreciating the beauty & history of Cumberland Island! The best part is that there are so few people there you can enjoy it in solitude!! There are no restaurants or vending machines, so bring a supply of water and food! Absolutely Amazing!!!‬
كُتب بتاريخ 3 مايو 2022
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EastTNTraveler
‪Kingsport‬, ‪Tennessee‬494 مساهمة
أبريل 2022
‪In more than one way. We visited Cumberland Island several times in the past. We visited as a family in the late 70's or early 80's soon after park was established and husband came total of 7 times with his scout troop. So this was a memory trip for us and we also learned much about the history of the island that we had not known before by taking the Legacy and Lore Tour. The park is as we remembered with several upgrades to buildings. The beauty of the island remains the same as 30+ years ago - a testament to the good preservation work of the Park Service. We did not however see as much wildlife. Perhaps because we were in the van not hiking on the back trails! We did enjoy the horses and the tour of Plum Orchard which was not acessible before. ‬
كُتب بتاريخ 28 أبريل 2022
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georgiagirlinwi
‪Fond du Lac‬, ‪Wisconsin‬158 مساهمة
أبريل 2022
‪This was amazing! The beach was beautiful and unpopulated. The ruins are clean and beautiful. The horses were awesome to watch. Everything is well maintained. I would say that if you cannot get around well (i.e. walking through sand, get warm easily), this would be a hard trip to make.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 27 أبريل 2022
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Kingfamily2003
21 مساهمة
مارس 2022
‪Thought this would just be a beach, turned out to be so much more. Well worth the Lands and Legacies tour or you can't see the whole place. Be careful though, you pack in and pack out everything - food, trash, etc, and there are *no services* on the island except restrooms. But if you want to visit a major bit of history and a protected wilderness, head to Cumberland.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 21 مارس 2022
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tweety
‪Gilbert‬, ‪Arizona‬23 مساهمة
مارس 2022
‪Wear good walking shoes for both path and sand. Allow at least 4 hours to do the southern loop. The wild horses hang out down there and I saw them as soon as I got off the boat and then again by the mansion ruins. Visit the old cemetery too‬
كُتب بتاريخ 19 مارس 2022
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kategianny
‪Legnano‬, إيطاليا3,536 مساهمة
العائلة • نوفمبر 2021
‪Senz’altro bisogna andare a vedere a questa isola paradisiaca. Si possono incontrare moltissimi cavalli e tacchini selvaggi.‬
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bbbob84
جزيرة ستاتين, نيويورك1,574 مساهمة
مارس 2022
‪The museum is located in downtown historic Saint Mary’s Georgia. A nice collection of artifacts about how the area played into the war. Also some artifacts about the area and it’s history. The docent was very helpful when we arrived and gave us an idea of what to expect on our self guided tour. Easy walk to shopping, dining and sights in the area. Ample free street parking when we visited.‬
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MegT
‪Nashua‬, ‪New Hampshire‬4 مساهمات
مارس 2022
‪What an amazing place!! We enjoyed the ferry ride and exploring the island. Very few people on the beach and wild horses grazing throughout the island. Definitely put this one on your bucket list!!!‬
كُتب بتاريخ 1 مارس 2022
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Pam D
10 مساهمات
زوجان • يناير 2022
‪What a special day trip! Off-Season is the way to go! We decided a half day trip would be enough for us to begin with so we drove to St. Mary’s (about a 45 minute easy drive from Amelia Island where we were staying) to catch the 11:45 a.m. ferry at the dock next to the Cumberland Island National Seashore Visitor Center (put that address in your GPS as that is near where you park and where you check-in on the 2nd floor to get your tickets for the ferry. Just need your confirmation email for purchased tickets). Ticket says you have to check-in an hour before departure so plan for that. It was less for us probably due to off-season. I bet they are swamped in the summer. Parking is on the street and directly across from the Gazebo at the waterfront park next to the visitor center. Easy Peasy. We had 30 minutes to kill so we walked a few blocks to the Cedar Oak Cafe for breakfast and it was delicious!

We boarded the ferry (inside and outside seating) and 45 minutes later we arrived at Cumberland Island. There was a guide on the boat who explained a few things to help people know which stop they might want to get off at. There are 2 stops to disembark, Dungeness and Sea Camp, and you can get back on the return boat at either of those stops at the end of your hike. The return boat stops at Sea Camp 1st, then Dungeness. You might want to consider getting back on the boat at Sea Camp as it fills up pretty quickly. By the time it gets to the 2nd stop (Dungeness) there are few places, if any, to sit. Can only imagine what it’s like in the summer.

Due to the direction of the wind (pretty significant that day) it was suggested that we hike the River Walk to Sea Camp Counter clockwise. It is a 4 mile loop trail. Known as the Southern Loop Route Trail. It took us about 3 hours to leisurely walk the trail, stopping to explore the Dungeness Ruins, see the Wild (feral) horses grazing the grass, and enjoy the quiet, peaceful, sparsely inhabited Island. There are bathrooms along the way. We actually couldn’t find the one just after the Dungeness Ruins. Perplexing! Should have used the bathroom at the dock when we first got off the ferry.

We didn’t know this about the 4 mile loop trial, but a good stretch of the trial is on the beach. We must have walked for a good 30 minutes and it was super windy and quite cold. Glad I layered up, had a hoodie on and brought gloves! But we found some beautiful shells, mostly buried under wet sand, and 2 sand dollars. And there were horses in the sand dunes on the beach side. Pretty cool! Once we came off the beach and back on the trail we entered a beautiful Spanish moss-covered tree canopy trail that was unlike anything we’d ever seen before. Magical. Not too much further down the trail is Sea Camp where most people stopped to have their picnic lunch and wait for the return boat. Nice place to hang out. We didn’t get the ferry back at Sea Camp as we wanted to finish the 4 mile loop trial. But there really wasn’t much to see at all on the trial between the Sea Camp dock and Dungeness dock. Get back on the ferry at Sea Camp. You really won’t miss anything. We took the 4:30 p.m. ferry back and that was plenty of time for our first visit to CI. 11:45 over. 4:30 back.

I have always wanted to see the Wild Horses on Cumberland Island. That was the big draw for me. I envisioned them galloping down the beach, manes blowing in the wind. I tend to romanticize things. We did see a lot of horses along the trail but they were mostly chill, doing their thing, grazing and moving about the island.

I highly recommend visiting Cumberland Island, especially off season. You can camp on the Island but reservations have to be made many months in advance, even for this time of year. Spend the entire day or half a day. They aren’t currently renting bikes on the island, but you can bring a bike on the ferry. $10 fee each way I believe. That information is not on the ferry website so I had to really do some googling to figure that out. We decided against renting bikes, which was a good thing because we were told by the park ranger that bikes can’t go on certain parts of the 4 mile loop trail.

I rely heavily on Tripadvisor reviews when planning trips so I hope this information is helpful.

Layer up!
You’ll need a mask at St. Mary’s Visitor Center and on the ferry to and fro.
Pack drinks and a nice picnic lunch.
Wear comfortable shoes.
Bring a bag for shells and for your disposables. No trash cans on the island.
Wear a backpack for all your gear.
Rent a bike somewhere in St. Mary’s to bring on the boat, or bring your own.
Reserve a spot for your bike on the ferry when you purchase tickets.
You’ll get off the ferry at Sea Camp if you have a bike, so plan around that.
Read about the fascinating history of the Island before you go.
**No ferry on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at this time (January) due to planned “hunts”.
Enjoy this one-of-a-kind experience!‬
كُتب بتاريخ 17 يناير 2022
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