The visitor center is the place to check in the morning of your visit, find planning information, and browse the bookstore.
Come see the relics of centuries of life on the island. Explore the stories of the people and how their influence has left its mark.
From the First Coast, to the Golden Isles, and the Okefenokee, there is plenty of adventure and enjoyment waiting.
Once the largest mansion on the island, visit the ruins of the Dungeness Mansion and walk among the buildings that supported its operation.
Enjoy 17 miles of undeveloped, serene beach.
Take a tour of the 22,000 square foot Plum Orchard Mansion for a glimpse into the life on the island at the turn of the 20th century.
A one room church that embodies the story of island residents who weathered Emancipation & "Jim Crow" to own their own free place of worship
Get suggestions on where to go, earn your Jr. Ranger badge, identify island wildlife, and attend a ranger program.
Get an introduction to 5000 years of human history on Cumberland Island, and see photos and artifacts left from the Industrialist Era.
Last updated: December 26, 2017
101 Wheeler St