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Kayaking around Cumberland Island NS

A Visitor Kayaks Around Cumberland Island National Seashore.

Kayaking can be a great way to enjoy Cumberland Island National Seashore. Whether you're planning a day trip or an overnight adventure be sure you have the right gear, understand the local tides, and keep a close eye on mother natures ever changing conditions. No matter if you're a novice or experienced kayaker, you can check out these local, registered guide services to help plan your trip to Cumberland Island to ensure a safe trip for all.

Up The Creek Expeditions

P.O. Box 5236 St Marys, GA 31558

912-882-0911

E-Mail: Info@upthecreekx.com

Internet: www.cumberlandislandadventures.com

South East Adventure Outfitters

313 Mallory St., St. Simons Island, GA 31552

Phone: (912) 638-6732

E-Mail: kayak@SouthEastAdventure.com

Internet: http://southeastadventure.com

Geneva Kayak Center

301 E. Hydraulic St., Yorkville, IL 60560

Phone: (630) 882-9211

E-Mail: info@genevakayak.com

Internet: www.genevakayak.com

Did You Know?

Greene-Miller Dungeness ruins circa 1869

Cumberland Island contains four major historic districts and 87 structures listed on the National Register of Historic Places.