Towering dunes, freshwater lakes, maritime forest, salt marsh, deserted beach - Cumberland has it all. Charter services are available through NPS concessionaire. “Cumberland is the only island in Georgia that has a network of backpacking trails open and accessible to the public,” says Bryan Schroeder, senior director of stewardship and outreach at Georgia Conservancy. Click here to visit Laura's Cumberland Island trail journal and read stories from our 2017 Trails Restoration Fellow Cara Murray. Professionally printed Georgia Conservancy Cumberland Island Trail Maps, produced on tear resistant / water resistant paper, are available for purchase on our online store! Most of Cumberland’s vast trail network is located on private land in a working forest, and UROC has played a key role in ensuring non-motorized public access. and has over three miles of trails. Where Nature and History Meet Cumberland Island is a true gem and Mike was a stellar guide. The hub of Cumberland’s mountain biking community is a dedicated group of riders known as the United Riders of Cumberland (UROC). Cumberland Island top hikes: beaches and mansion ruins. Cumberland Island is home to pristine maritime forests, undeveloped beaches and wide marshes that whisper the stories of both man and nature. Dungeness Trail or Dungeness Road is the trail that travels from the the Southern Dock and Ranger Station on Cumberland Island to the Dungeness Ruins, and eventually to the Southern end of the Beach. River Trail – Cumberland Island, Georgia | SouthernHiker on October 4, 2010 at 7:35 pm […] Sea Camp Campground […] Rachel on July 7, 2011 at 7:05 am . Funds for the project have been generously donated by REI through the Every Trail Connects campaign. Complete hiking information for Cumberland Island, Georgia with maps, photos, trail descriptions, guides and outfitters, and more This is the Cumberland Island National Seashore map from the official park brochure showing the trails, facilities, and points of interest. This hike starts at Sea Camp and follows the Parrallel Trail to the Stafford Beach campsite. #4 - South End Pond Trail via Dungeness Ruins. The Dungeness Ruins and nearby Ice House museum are a short ride under the oaks, and you’ll learn plenty about the island’s history. The southern boundary is located four and one-half miles north of Sea Camp. Within the wilderness are three camping areas or "zone camps", where individual sites are not designated. The foliage is unreal and seeing wild horses is a magical experience. Out of the one hundred eggs, only a handful ever reaches maturity. Please visit nps.gov/cuis. Visitors must check in at the Cumberland Island National Seashore Visitor Center 30 minutes prior to departure. Description. The ferry does not transport pets, kayaks, or cars. 1) Follow the social trail.2 mile inland to a junction. Granite Lake Bridge; Lincoln, RI. St Marys is the gateway to Cumberland Island, Georgia's largest and southernmost barrier island. Cumberland Island is 18 miles (29 km) long and.5 miles (.8 km) to 3 miles (5 km) wide. Visitors may see wild turkeys, armadillos, feral horses, vultures, dolphins, and lizards. Regular fares round trip (St. Marys to Cumberland Island): Adults $28; Senior Citizens $26; Children 15 and under $18. LOW GAP ISLAND – N 36° 54.563′ W 085° 01.029′. With more than 74 Cumberland trails covering 470 miles, you’re bound to find a perfect trail like the Bridge Street Bike Trail or Independence Greenway. Cumberland Island, Georgia’s southernmost barrier Island, tends to document the most loggerhead nests each year. The Student Conservation Association (SCA) and Cumberland Island work together to bring college age students to the Seashore for 12-16 week field based internships. The terrain is flat and the trails are forested with pines, live oaks, palmetto bushes, and other brush, and there is not much difference from trail to trail. There is electricity at the Sea Camp Ranger Station, Sea Camp Campground, and Stafford Beach Campground for recharging devices. Where Nature and History Meet St Marys is the gateway to Cumberland Island, Georgia's largest and southernmost barrier island. If you are WI resident and are a member of a Snowmobile club, there is a $10 discount per year for the trail pass. The island’s windswept coastline and maritime forests offer more than fifty miles of nearly-level, sandy trails. Private boats can dock on the north end of each of the ferry docks on a first come - first serve basis. 2) Head north on the Parallel Trail, ducking through a corridor of live oaks, to Little Greyfield Crossing at mile 1.9. Dispersed throughout the island are ruins left over from when the Carnegie family owned the island and lived on it. Yet the most popular hiking route to take during a Cumberland Island day trip is what’s known as the “Southend Loop Trail.”. Each nest has about 100 eggs. Low Gap is 100 yards wide and 700 yards long … Georgia’s largest and southernmost barrier island offers a rustic getaway with over 50 miles of trails and roads, as well as 18 miles of undeveloped beaches. Cumberland Island is protected as a National Seashore and has both historical and natural significance. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. 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Cumberland Island, in the southeastern United States, is the largest of the Sea Islands of Georgia.The long-staple Sea Island cotton was first grown here by a local family, the Millers, who helped Eli Whitney develop the cotton gin. Welcome to Georgia’s largest barrier island and one of the most spectacular natural habitats in the Northern Hemisphere. Planning a trip to Cumberland? Cumberland Island is located seven miles east of St. Marys, Georgia, and is only accessible by boat. Length 15.2 miElevation gain 147 ftRoute type Out & back Over 500 volunteers from groups across the U.S. worked to clear, mark and map Cumberland’s trail system. We’d love to go back again and learn more. Cumberland Island National Seashore is a beautiful barrier island in Georgia just 50 miles north of Jacksonville, FL boasting a wealth of natural attractions. Cumberland, RI. View detailed trail descriptions, trail maps, reviews, photos, trail itineraries, directions and more on TrailLink. Fifty miles of hiking trails make it easy to see Cumberland Island historic sites and natural ecosystems on self-guided tours. Parallel Trail is a 15.2 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near St. Marys, Georgia that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. Public access to the Cumberland Island National Seashore is managed by the National Park Service. The Cumberland Land Trust is a sponsor of The Land Trust Alliance, a national organization of land trusts, and works closely with The Nature Conservancy of RI, * The Rhode Island Land Trust Council, the RI Audubon Society, and the 43 other land trusts in the state. There are numerous hiking trails at Cumberland Island National Seashore, but in truth, other than one trail at the southern end of the island, these are trails for getting somewheree, not trails you hike for their scenic beauty or because you want a challenge. Here pristine maritime forests, undeveloped beaches and wide marshes whisper the stories of both man and nature. I highly recommend everyone in the US makes the trip to Cumberland at least once in their life. The Cumberland Island National Seashore and Wilderness Area is composed of 8,840 acres of primitive, undeveloped land. It is a place of transformation. Explore the best trails in Cumberland, Georgia on TrailLink. The Georgia Conservancy's Cumberland Island Trail Map was made possible by the 2015-2016 Cumberland Island Trail Restoration Project funded by REI’s Every Trail Connects program and led by the Georgia Conservancy’s Trail Restoration Fellow Laura Buckmaster. ... Then return at your leisure and enjoy the trail … A concession operated passenger only ferry departs from downtown St. Marys. Southern Beach, Southern Forest, HIstoric Ruins Website Trail Photos: Laura Buckmaster. 3) Split east to reach the beach, and hike 3.6 miles north on the sand to where the Willow Pond Trail emerges from the forest on … Blackstone River Bikeway. You have the option of returning on the Parrallel Trail or hiking the beach for a loop hike back to Sea Camp. One of the largest and most popular islands on Lake Cumberland, Low Gap Island is perfect for tying up a houseboat or tent camping since the banks are reletively flat. The Cumberland Land Trust has a 2016 Town Resolution authorizing us to utilize our volunteer staff to manage this trail. Slater Memorial Park The Georgia Conservancy thanks our partners at the National Park Service for their support of the 2015-2016 Cumberland Island Trail Restoration Project and their dedicated work as caretakers for Cumberland Island National Seashore and the visitors drawn to its shores. The trails are all very flat, so the miles are pretty easy. Failure to check in will result in cancellation of reservation. The first approach is excellent for day trippers to the island. The 36 000+ acre island is located off the coast of St Mary’s, Georgia. Map Credit: Laura Buckmaster, Bryan Schroeder, Lisa Patrick and Brian Foster, Georgia Conservancy; Dave Baselt, Redwood Hikes Press; Dave Whitling, Dave Whitling Design; and Jim Osborne, Pauline Wentworth and John Fry, National Park Service.Map Photo Credit: Phuc Dao and Julian Buckmaster. In addition we also have opportunities for High School students to participate in cultural landscape restoration projects each summer. Trail head: 8 Old West Wrentham Rd. Natives, missionaries, enslaved African Americans and Wealthy Industrialists all walked here. Groomed Trails Photo Gallery. Natives, missionaries, enslaved African Americans and Wealthy Industrialists all walked here. Explore the best trails in Cumberland, Rhode Island on TrailLink. Looking for a longer distance adventure? From threatened and endangered manatees and sea turtles to over 300 species of birds. Click the image to view a full size JPG (800 kb) or download the PDF (650 kb). ... Island City Snowmobile ATV Club 674 21st Ave. Cumberland, WI 54829 Mailing Address: ICSAC P.O.Box 1102 Cumberland, WI 54829. You are right about this being the most beautiful place to camp. Over 500 volunteers from groups across the U.S. worked to clear, mark and map Cumberland’s trail system. An increasingly wild island, Cumberland Island National Seashore offers hikers and backpackers a unique combination of ecosystems in a way that no other southeastern barrier island of its kind can. Cumberland Island brochure map. The Georgia Conservancy's Cumberland Island Trail Map was made possible by the 2015-2016 Cumberland Island Trail Restoration Project funded by REI’s Every Trail Connects program and led by the Georgia Conservancy’s Trail Restoration Fellow Laura Buckmaster. View detailed trail descriptions, trail maps, reviews, photos, trail itineraries, directions and more on TrailLink. The more elusive whitetail deer, bobcats, and otters can also be seen on the island. Southern New England Trunkline Trail - Douglas State Forest. Biking is a popular activity on Cumberland Island National Seashore and the only way to see the northern half of the island for those on day trips, as most destinations are too far away to reach on foot. Mainland Visitor Center113 St Marys Street W, St Marys GA 315588 am – 4 pm every day except December 25, Mainland Museum129 Osborne St, St Marys GASunday – Friday 1:00 – 4:00 pmSaturday 10:00 – 4:00 pm, Cumberland Island National Seashore101 Wheeler StreetSt Marys, GA 31558Ph: 912-882-4336FAX: 912-882-5688, Reservations recommended:www.cumberlandislandferry.comor callCall 877-860-6787 Weekdays 9 am – 4 pm up to 6 months in advanceCheck in at visitor center 30 minutes before departure, March 1 – November 30Depart St. Marys 9:00 am and 11:45 amDepart Dungeness Dock  2:45 pm, 4:45 pmDepart Sea Camp Dock 10:15 am, 2:45 pm, 4:45 pm, December 1 – February 28No ferry service Tuesday and WednesdayDepart St. Marys 9:00 am and 11:45 amDepart Dungeness Dock 4:45 pmDepart Sea Camp Dock 10:45 am and 4:45 pm. With more than 29 Cumberland trails covering 142 miles, you’re bound to find a perfect trail like the Bell Road Trail or Peachtree Parkway Trail. The feral horses are stunning!!! $10 Discount Trail Pass. Campers may setup their tents anywhere they choose within 50 yards of the camp sign. There are two approaches to this road. Cumberland Trail Connection provides bike rentals, sales, and service to individuals traveling along the C&O Canal. Cumberland Queen Ferry provides round-trip transportation via concession-operated ferry boats to Cumberland Island National Seashore. View the Cumberland Island National Seashore map with trail overview . Use airplane mode to reserve battery power. During the next 8 months, Cumberland Island Trail Restoration Fellow Laura Buckmaster and Georgia Conservancy staff will keep you updated on our successes based on these goals: 100% of Cumberland Island National Seashore’s trail system will be open, clear and navigable by October 2016. Pages. The Cumberland Island Trail Restoration project is led and managed by the Georgia Conservancy, in partnership with the National Park Service. Diamond Hill Trail. Douglas, MA. The Georgia Conservancy is proud to present the first professionally-designed trail map in Cumberland Island’s history. Bring your cell phone if possible. The island has never had a trail map with trail descriptions, GPS coordinates or mileage. Cumberland Island is home to a vast array of wildlife. Georgia is pretty well-known to backpackers as the start of the Appalachian Trail, but few have heard of an island backpacking destination further south. Trails and map updated as of 02/2020 . The greatest and most lasting value of the Island is its ability to change us. Download Small Print Version  |  Download GPS Data (.kzm), Full Size Cumberland Island Trail Map - FrontFull Size Cumberland Island Trail Map - Back. Explore the most popular trails in Cumberland Island National Seashore with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you. 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