Cumberland Island National Seashore
usinfo | 2014-06-10 15:21

A few miles north of the Florida state line, Cumberland Island National Seashore ( has 17 miles of beaches, and two of the state’s finest. Visitors travel by ferry to reach the island, enabling the park service to limit the number of people in the park.

Sea Camp Beach sits near the southern part of the island and offers restrooms, swimming areas and camping. Campers also have access to showers. Stafford Beach is near a wilderness area and attracts beachcombers. High surf from storms produces treasures such as coquinas, disc clams, moon snails and shark’s teeth.

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