Ferry requires passengers to wear a face covering and will operate at 2/3 capacity (up to 100 passengers). Camping resumes July 6th, 2020.
Cumberland Island’s Atlantic beaches and park trails are open, but there’s no ferry running from St. Marys, GA.
Ferry service from St. Marys, GA to Cumberland Island National Seashore “has been suspended until further notice,” says the National Park Service.
Daily ferry service March 1st through Sept. 30, 2020 departs from St. Marys, Georgia. SEE FERRY TIMES.
The executive chef at Greyfield Inn, located on Cumberland Island, has been making the rounds on a cookbook tour.