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Cumberland Island National Seashore
Whether you are looking to spend a night with family and friends around a campfire under the moss covered branches of the live oak trees, or looking for the rugged challenges and solitude of the wilderness, you will find it on Cumberland Island National Seashore. The park includes a designated Wilderness area, undeveloped beaches, historic sites, cultural ruins, critical habitat and nesting areas, as well as numerous plant and animal communities. The national seashore also offers a wide variety of camping opportunities. Campgrounds Cumberland Island offers five campgrounds , which include designated campsites at Sea Camp and Stafford Beach; and Wilderness campsites at: Hickory Hill, Yankee Paradise and Brickhill Bluff. Camping is only permitted in these five campgrounds. A permit is required to camp in any of these five camping areas. Getting There Visitors must take a boat to the island. Most visitors arrive via the Cumberland Island Ferry from St. Marys, Georgia. The ferry does not transport pets, kayaks, automobiles or RVs. Sea Camp Campground --> $22.00 Permit fee is per night, for an individual campsite at the Sea Camp Campground. Permits are good for up to six people thus we will need to reserve 2 campsites. This event is cross-posted on 5 Outdoor Club South websites! Sea Camp Campground is located a half mile from the Sea Camp dock. All sites are walk-to tent sites and campers are responsible for transporting all gear. Carts can be used. There are flush toilets, drinking water, cold showers, and a dish washing sink. Each site has a fire ring with grill, picnic table and food storage. It is common for this campground to fill up months in advance, especially on the weekends. Sea Camp is the only campsite of the 5 with potable water, i.e., no filtering, boiling, or treating required. Cristina reserved Site #8 at Sea Camp campground and I reserved the adjacent Site #7 so as to accommodate a total of 12 campers.

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Cumberland Island National Seashore Visitor Center

113 St. Marys Street · St Marys, GA


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Welcome to OUTDOOR CLUB SOUTH! We are the largest, most active & fun adventure club in the South! Our fun, friendly & active members love to hike, bike & paddle throughout the beautiful South and beyond.

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Triangle OCS adventures are geared towards hikers and nature enthusiasts wanting to experience the full range and beauty of North Carolina and surrounding areas. Triangle OCS features a wide range of activities including hiking, camping, backpacking, skiing, and kayaking. Some of the events you can expect to see on our calendar include overnight camping trips to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, day hikes to some of North Carolina’s most spectacular waterfalls, and coastal camping trips to the Outer Banks. Triangle OCS also plans many local hikes, mountain bike rides, and indoor rock climbing events. If you have any questions or suggestions please contact us.

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