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
Take Exit 3 from Interstate 95. At the exit stop light turn east on to Highway 40. Follow the signs traveling east into Historic St. Marys. Highway 40 East will also be named Osborne St. Once you reach the historic district, turn right at the stop sign onto St Marys Street. The NPS visitor Center is in the blue building and the Ferry dock are both located on the left.
For GPS Users: try the following address: 113 St. Marys Street St Marys, GA 31558. This is our visitor center address and will get you to the right location. If you simply put in Cumberland Island National Seashore, your GPS unit will likely take you to Crooked River State Park as this is the closest boat ramp to the Seashore.
Both day and overnight parking is located behind the NPS administrative building, the Bachlot House, across St. Marys Street from the St. Marys Waterfront Park.
Bus and RV parking is located in marked spots along the east side of Seagrove Street.
Did You Know?
Cumberland Island provides important habitat for a number of important species including shore birds such as American Oystercatchers, Least Terns, and Wilson’s Plovers. The island is an important stopover point for migrating birds on the transatlantic migratory flyway.