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Cumberland Island Georgia.......National Sea Shore
Cumberland Island is an amazing National Sea Shore managed by the National Park Service. An island larger than the size of Manhattan Island allowing a maximum of 300 visitors per day keeps it beautifully pristine. There was so much to do on Cumberland Island is just a day trip that I couldn't cover everything in the one post, so see my Cumberland Island, Georgia Part I - about Cumberland feral horses. Below is a photo taken from the ferry as we traveled to Cumberland from Saint Mary's, Georgia.
The view as you are arriving to the island from the ferry are beautiful.
Upon arrival, you are greeted by park rangers who give you the option of self guided tours or a guided tour. My husband and I elected to take the guided tour to hear about the island's history which is documented back 4000 years to the Timucuan Indians.
The Spanish in the 16th century set up a mission on the island. They converted the Indians to Christianity and eventually left the island. After that, most of the Indians either left the island or died from European diseases they had been exposed to from the Spanish. When James ... more
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