Seashore Wanderlust — Ready To Explore Cumberland Island, GA?

Take a 45-minute voyage aboard a ferry for a pleasant excursion to reach this largely wild sea island at the Florida-Georgia border.

Cumberland Island National Seashore Fall/Winter 2021 Ferry Times & Travel Tips

It’s an ideal time for hiking or biking wooded trails or exploring historic sites on Cumberland Island, GA.

Sea Turtle Nesting Activity Subsides As Fall Arrives At The Florida-Georgia Border

As the calendar turns to September, it’s a surprise to find a new sea turtle nest. Instead, mostly happening this time of year is the emergence of hatchlings.

Cumberland Island Ferry Back At 100% Capacity, 3 Docks Now Open

Repairs at Dungeness, Sea Camp and Plum Orchard docks have been completed.

St. Marys’ New Cumberland Island Ferry Dock Nearing Completion

Construction of a National Park Service mainland dock used for boarding ferry passengers heading to Cumberland Island, GA is nearly finished being built.

Cumberland Island Ferry Times During Fall 2020

Fall Is A Wonderful Season To Visit Cumberland Island With summer’s hottest temperatures now past, fall is a great season to visit Georgia’s largest barrier island. Cumberland Island National Seashore’s ferry times during October and November 2020 are below. COVID-19 Pandemic Note that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, ferry passengers are required to wear face […]

Billions For “America’s Best Idea”

Great news for America’s National Parks is the “Great American Outdoors Act,” providing desperately needed funding for the nation’s wondrous places.

Cumberland Island Ferry Back In Service June 26th

Ferry requires passengers to wear a face covering and will operate at 2/3 capacity (up to 100 passengers). Camping resumes July 6th, 2020.