Sea Camp Dock

A floating dock in the rover with a forested park behind it.
The north section of the Sea Camp dock is open for private boats.

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Quick Facts
Cumberland Island National Seashore

**UPDATE 11/21/22: The Sea Camp Dock is currently closed to private vessels due to damge sustained during Hurricanes Ian and Nicole. Beaching is allowed at least 100 yards away from the dock.**

The north section of the Sea Camp dock is open for private boats. This dock is the closest to the beach and the Sea Camp Campground. An easy half mile trail leads through the forest and a boardwalk takes you over the sand dunes. The Sea Camp Ranger Station is located at this dock and is staffed most hours. There are restroom facilities and water filling stations available at the ranger station. The northern trailhead of the River Trail can be found here as well. There is a self-pay station for visitors to pay the $10 park entrance fee. 


Dock Rules: 

  • Private boaters are subject to the National Park Entrance Fee. 

  •  Boat length is limited to 25 feet. 

  •  All areas painted in yellow are restricted. 

  •  Docking is on a first come-first served basis. 

  •  All boats must leave the dock at sunset and anchor offshore at night. 

  •  Non-permitted charter boats are not allowed to disembark passengers on the island.

Cumberland Island National Seashore

Last updated: November 21, 2022