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Ferry operation to and from the dock has d. The ferry will no longer be located two blocks east of the visitor center at the end of St. Marys Street.
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Cumberland Island is only accessible by boat and is located just seven miles east of St. Our short minute ferry ride makes for a scenic and pleasant form of transportation to the island. Our concession-operated passenger ferry departs from downtown St. Marys throughout the day and provides round-trip transportation services to Cumberland Island year-round. Cumberland Island Ferry offers ferry services near Jacksonville, St. Due to the Corona Virus every guest will be required to wear a face covering for the duration of the ferry ride, since a six-foot distance between guests cannot be maintained at all times.
Those who do not comply will be asked to leave the ferry.
Guests are required to wear a face covering to enter the Visitor Center and only one person from each party may go inside to pick up tickets. The Lands and Legacies Tour is operating again, please call us for more information. The safety of our passengers is paramount to us, therefore we have created a plan to keep our employees and guests safe as they travel.
To learn more about our Adaptive Recovery Plan please. Your journey begins in St. Marys, Georgia. Board the ferry bound for Cumberland Island for an unforgettable day of island activities. At the end of the day, enjoy a fast ferry service back to St. Cumberland Island is home to pristine maritime forests, undeveloped beaches and wide marshes that whisper the stories of both man and nature. You may find yourself hiking, biking, camping, and beachcombing after disembarking from the ferry.
Your journey begins in St Marys, Georgia. Here, you board the ferry bound for Cumberland Island National Seashore, visit our museum and Visitor Center and learn about the history and unique nature of the area. Marys offers lodging, dining, and attractions within our National Historic District, and beyond that, offers a treasured visit.
Adventure, history, nature, and fun await you on the Georgia coast. Preserved and protected for future generations, Cumberland Island National Seashore includes a deated wilderness area, historic sites, cultural ruins, undeveloped beaches, critical habitat and nesting areas, as well as numerous plant and animal communities.
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Interpretive and educational programs are available to teach you compelling stories of the many people who have shaped and been shaped by Cumberland Island. Take time to plan your visit and enjoy the vast experiences that Cumberland Island and the surrounding region have to offer.
This National Seashore is a must see! Wild horses, armadillos, manatees, dolphins, marine life in the shallow water areas like blue crabs, small fish, hermit crabs. My littles collected shark teeth along the paths and waterside. We also enjoyed the ferry ride over. Pristine area. Make sure you book your ferry tickets well in advance. Ferry to the island sells out fast and has limited spots!
Overall, enjoyed the ferry ride and the island! Tons to do and see. Rent or bring your own bikes to get around faster! What can I say, beautiful water oaks, marvelous desolate beaches, warm ocean waters, sand and plenty of time to play. Wild horses, usually at Dungeness and absolutely great Rangers and a novel ferry ride.
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Went here to camp for a weekend. Gorgeous scenery and the history of the island is fascinating. Clean restrooms and after a couple of nights, even the cold showers are pretty good. Gorgeous beach, lovely sunsets, and great staff handling all aspects of the ferry ride over and back. If you haven't been there, you should definitely go.
We came here without knowing much about the island and history. The ferry ride was a scenic trip through the salt marshes.
After disembarking we met the ranger. We saw wild horses, turkeys, armadillos, deer and in the end- Manatees. The kids found several sharks teeth on the beach.
Cancellations within 10 days of sailing may not be refunded, however, one transfer can be made per customer up to hours prior to the cancelled sailing date. Transfers for a future sailing date must be within six months from the date of request for transfer. A transfer date must be known when changing tickets. Once a booking has been transferred, it cannot be transferred again and a refund will not be issued if date is cancelled by the customer.
Should this occur a full refund will be made when sailings are cancelled by the Captain. Rain and cloudy conditions will not cancel sailings and no refunds will be made. All cancellations and refunds must be requested in writing by to [ protected] For all requests and questions received byplease allow 24 hours for a response or 48 hours during weekends and holidays when we are not operational.
Reservations may be made up to 6 months in advance.
Cumberland Island Ferry. New Safety Regulations Due to the Corona Virus every guest will be required to wear a face covering for the duration of the ferry ride, since a six-foot distance between guests cannot be maintained at all times. Marys and Cumberland Island Ferry St. Marys and Cumberland Island Ferry.
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Fun day trip! Wonderful day on a near desolate beach Incredibly beautiful. Day Trip. Cancellation Policy. Edit Profile Log Out.