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Cumberland Island

Cumberland Island National Seashore, Georgia’s largest, southern most barrier island. This island national park is 18 miles long, beautiful undeveloped beaches, and includes a large wilderness area. ┬áThere are no bridges to the island, so the only way to get … Continue reading

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Return to Cumberland Island

Near our campground is a submarine on land, it appears to be surfacing out of the grass in front of the Kings Bay Naval Base in St. Marys, Georgia. It’s the USS George Bancroft, decommissioned in 1993. We couldn’t resist … Continue reading

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Cumberland Island National Seashore

It was a last-minute decision for us to go visit the nearby Cumberland Island, Georgia’s largest and southernmost barrier island. ┬áThis is a National Seashore and protected by the National Park Service. There is no bridge to drive there and … Continue reading

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