Cumberland is one of the largest undeveloped barrier islands along the Georgia coast. The National Park Service protects almost 36,000 acres of the island, including miles of unspoiled beaches.

Cumberland is one of the largest undeveloped barrier islands along the Georgia coast. The National Park Service protects almost acres of the island, including miles of unspoiled beaches.

Love this Island, remember camping and hiking here when I was younger. The Wild horses had to be my favorite part...

Love this Island, remember camping and hiking here when I was younger. The Wild horses had to be my favorite part.

Cumberland Island, Georgia. Cumberland Island is designated the Cumberland Island National Seashore by the National Park Service, and, as such, is preserved and protected from development.    The daily visitor rate is limited, ensuring a tranquil setting for the island's population of wild horses, deer, bobcat, boar, turkeys, armadillos and birds.

Cumberland Island is a private island that aside from the Greyfield Inn is undeveloped. Can't wait to see the wild horses on the beach.

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Cumberland Island National Seashore - ruins and wild horses and beaches

Cumberland Island National Seashore - ruins and wild horses and beaches Check!

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