Fire Management Plan Environmental Assessment (FMP EA)
The National Park Service announces the release of the Cumberland Island NS FMP EA for public review and comment until November 29, 2013. To view the document, click on the link provided. More »
Procedures for Receiving Refunds Due to the Government Shutdown
When requesting a refund due to the govt. shutdown, mail letters to: Cumberland Queen P.O. Box 7230 St. Marys, GA 31558 Or Fax: 912-673-7747 Include the following information: Name Address Phone/Email Reservation # Pay Method (CC/check) Departure Date
This is a listing of facilities and services at Cumberland Island National Seashore that are accessible for people with mobility, vision and/or hearing limitations.
National Seashore Website
Mainland - St Marys
All Island trails are sand. Weather conditions impact the ease of movement on trails. All-terrain Beach wheelchairs are available upon request at either dock. These non-motorized wheelchairs are designed with balloon tires for ease of movement in sand. Please notify reservation agent when making ferry reservations to insure wheelchair will be available. Currently three wheelchairs are available for use.
Island - Dungeness Dock
Island - Sea Camp Dock
Island - Sea Camp Campground
Island - Lands and Legacies Tour
Did You Know?
On March 25, 1818 General Henry “Light Horse Harry” Lee III, the father of General Robert E. Lee, died at "Dungeness", owned then by Nathaniel Greene’s daughter Louisa. Gen. Lee was buried in the same little cemetery as Louisa's mother, Catherine, but in 1913 his remains were moved to Lexington, VA.