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    Cumberland Island

    National Seashore Georgia

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For Kids

Take a moment and learn how your kids can have fun while educating themselves in the island's vast history and culture.

Junior Rangers

An activity booklet for ages 5-12 can be picked up from a Ranger at either the Mainland Visitor Center, Sea Camp Ranger Station or Dungeness Dockhouse. Present the completed activity book to a Park Ranger to earn a Jr. Ranger badge and a badge.

Educational Programs

A variety of educational programs are available for elementary, middle and high school students. Call 912-882-4336 ext. 257 or email us to arrange a program. You will need to already have ferry reservations before scheduling a school program.

Web Rangers

WEBRANGER - Be a Junior Ranger even if you are not able to visit a National Park. Log in and join the fun. Activities change from time to time. Click here to begin.

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.