- Address: Cumberland Island, Georgia, USA, Brunswick, United States
- Ticket Price: Free
Cumberland Island - Review
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Things to Know Before Visiting Cumberland Island
42.31% of people who visit Brunswick include Cumberland Island in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
45.45% of people start their Cumberland Island visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Cumberland Island
95% of people prefer walking in order to reach Cumberland Island
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Cumberland Island, Brunswick Reviews
Very unique trip. Boat ride was fun and pretty; island history was fascinating and well documented. Horses looked a little sickly though!
No brainer day trip to the beach. Plan accordingly: there are no trash cans or eateries on the island. There is typical GA wildlife, especially the GA state bird (mosquito.) Bring bug spray, sunscreen, water, and food. We saw deer, tons of wild horses and birds on our trip. The beach was mostly vacant, like being on a private beach. Unbeatable!
My daughter was Googling places to see and Cumberland came up. Breathe taking place that just takes you away from the rest of the world. Everyone in our family loved this adventure.
This Island is simply beautiful. If you want to get back to nature this is definitely a great place to go. The woods are peaceful place to walk. The ferns make it seem like something out of Jurassic park at times. So we expected a dinosaur jump out at any time. The main road seems to go on forever and looks the same, but when you come out at the old Dugenes ruins it is amazing. The wild horses are beautiful and amazing to see. You can just imagine how the old Carnegie mansion looked in its heyday. The white sand beaches are beautiful. Most of the time you will feel like you have your own private beach. We saw dolphins and a soaring Bald Eagle. Bring plenty of bug spray or peppermint oil, because the mosquitos are awful. Beware the raccoons as well if you are camping. They are very sneaky and resourceful. They can climb the poles for holding your trash. Amazing place. I can't wait to come back.
Love this place. From the ruins to the wildlife to the beaches. Most of the park is pristine, nature as it wants to be. Lots of hiking with great trails. Of course the beaches are great, no life guards. Even the ferry ride over is cool. If you are luck you might see a nuclear sub.