Cumberland Island, Brunswick

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Address: Cumberland Island, Georgia, USA

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About Cumberland Island, Brunswick

Cumberland Island is one of the Sea Islands of the southeastern United States and is the largest in terms of continuously exposed land. It is located on the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of the U.S. state of Georgia and is part of Camden County, Georgia (30°51′N, 81°27′W). Cumberland Island constitutes the westernmost point of shoreline on the Atlantic Ocean in the United States. The island is 17.5 miles (28.2 km) long, with an area of 36,415 acres (147.37 km2 or 56.25 square miles), including 16,850 acres (68.2 km2) of marsh, mudflats, and tidal creeks. There is no bridge to the island; most visitors reach the island by the Cumberland Ferry from St. Marys.


Overview of Cumberland Island

Walking past the city of Brunswick, you will come across Cumberland Island. Cumberland Island is easily missed on a visit to Brunswick.

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Cumberland Island, Brunswick Reviews - Write a Review

  • First trip, what a treat..Island exploring and miles and miles of beach to ones self, a great family adventure..pack light..aqua.aqua.aqua.... a true Georgia treasure ......

  • So beautiful! Definitely recommend reserving ferry tickets in advance. You can bring your bike on the ferry, as well. This would be helpful because you have a limited time on the island. Must see!

  • Very nice

  • Thirty bucks to get on the ferry seven bucks to get in the park ten bucks to park your car, so fifty bucks a person just to get there. Touristy and sold out.super lame.

  • December 27,2016

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