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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


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?

General Henry “Light Horse Harry” Lee III

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.