• Sea Oat hold windswept dunes along Cumberland Island

    Cumberland Island

    National Seashore Georgia

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Park Fun

Kids of all ages can enjoy the Seashore. If you can't join us for a program, here are a few projects you can try at home.

Activities

Here are some fun activities that we think you kids will really enjoy. Select one of the following activities, print it out and let the fun begin! (Must have Adobe Acrobat installed on your computer to view the files(.pdf).

Coloring

Hatchling

Sea Turtle

Puzzles and Cutouts

Manatee puzzle

Dolphin cutout

Blue Crab cutout

Other

How to create a Sand Mask!

Click here to find out what supplies you'll need to construct your mask.

Match 'em up

More Match 'em up

Poetry time

Missing letters

What to bring?

Where are you?

Did You Know?

Sir George Cockburn

The War of 1812 ended when the Treaty of Ghent was signed December 1814, but Gen. George Cockburn occupied Cumberland Island from Jan-March 1815 offering freedom to 1,500 enslaved African Americans who escape to Cumberland Island.