Take a ferry for the day or for a grand adventure, camp under magnificent, moss laden oaks to capture sunset, stars and sunrise. An outing Brian Leonard labeled as "The first episode of the JCC Survivor Series".
Cumberland Island National Seashore
St. Mary's, Georgia
As of January 2, the numbers of campers the park allows is filled. If interested in camping, call the park number frequently to see if cancellations have opened a spot !
Friday, March 31, 2017
9 AM Ferry To Island
Thursday, March 30, 2017
9 AM Ferry To Island
For your reference:
Dawn 6:53 A.M.
Sunrise 7:18 A. M.
Sunset 7:43 P. M.
Brian Leonard, Outing Leader
100 W. St. Marys St.
St. Marys, GA 31558
912-882-4335 | 877-860-6787
Parking is Free at the Ferry
Park Entrance Fee $4
Show your National Park Pass for Price Reduction to park.
The following members have registered for the outing:
Brian Leonard, Dan Robusto (2), Jan Gemeinhardt, Don Dymer, Tina Jordan, Irene Ward, Celia Carson, Jan Vallely, Edward Wright, Linda McQueen, Young McQueen; Craig Shier, Jim Hunt, Charise Tanner
JCC has filled one van for the Legacy Tour but a second van will be operational on the same day. The second van's route begins in the opposite direction from the JCC van but stops at the same locations. Contact the ferry service to secure your tour and ferry ticket.
There are NO restaurants or stores on the island. There is potable water. Take a water container and enough food for the day.
"Pack it in, Pack it out" There are no trash cans on the island. Take everything -trash, food scraps, etc., off the island with you.
There are bathrooms.
Cumberland Island Album
To upload images for outings go to the JCC homepage/NEXUS/JCC Upload Central/Outings.
Please add your name to the image title so we can identify the photographer.
View JCC images from outings from the JCC homepage/Galleries/Outing Gallery.
Outing Photo Contest
You may enter two images for the contest. Please upload on "Upload Central/Outing Contest" and make sure your name is in the title of the image.
The prize will not be a free night of camping on Cumberland Island.