Cumberland Island National Seashore Continues To Provide For The Preservation, Protection, And Enjoyment Of Park Resources
Information on current park planning will be posted to this page as available. Please check back regularly to stay up to date on what is being worked on at your park.
Documents Open for Public Review
Other Plans and Projects
An archive of completed projects as well as projects without documents open for comment may be found on the PEPC website.
The National Park Service invites comments for Visitor Use Management Plan for Cumberland Island National Seashore
Public Listening Sessions planned for April 12 and April 13
St. Marys, GA - The National Park Service is holding public listening sessions as an initial step in the development of a visitor use management plan for Cumberland Island National Seashore. The purpose of the plan is to provide appropriate opportunities for visitors to use, experience, and enjoy Cumberland Island National Seashore while ensuring the protection of natural, cultural, and scenic resources and values. The plan will identify strategies to enhance visitor enjoyment and protect resources, while determining the appropriate kinds and amounts of visitor use for the park.
Southeast Region - Coastal Species of Concern Predation Management Plan
The National Park Service (NPS) welcomes your participation in the development of an environmental assessment that examines options for protecting shorebirds, sea turtles and beach mice from the threat of predators at NPS units in the Southeast Region. The Southeast Region Coastal Species of Concern Predation Management Plan and Programmatic Environmental Assessment evaluates the best available predation management options and analyzes relevant environmental issues.
For more information and to add a comment please visit the NPS PEPC - Planning, Environment & Public Comment page.
Last updated: April 2, 2019