Hiking the SouthendThe majority of day visitors to the island spend their time hiking around and exploring the Southend. Within a short distance one can walk through oak trees draped in Spanish moss, visit the Dungeness historic district, cross boardwalks over marsh and sand dunes, and soak in a stretch of undeveloped beach.
There are several intersecting trails and roads in the area. A map and trail signs will help one to keep their bearings. The map will show the location of the 4 restrooms with drinking fountains as well.
From Sound to Sea - Southend LoopThis 4.3 mile loop is very popular for a day visit. Use the links below to download a guide and watch a video showing the route.
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This 4.3 mile loop is the most popular route taken by day visitors to Cumberland Island. It showcases a variety of what the island has to offer.
Hiking the Northend and Wilderness
Little Greyfield Map TourThe web application below will give you a visual description of the hike North along the parallel trail and South along the beach. Click 'view full screen' for the best expereince.
Last updated: April 12, 2020