Cumberland Island 3-Day trip
Our Cumberland Island 3-Day Trip is designed for the person that wants to see Georgia’s largest barrier island from a very active and natural perspective. We paddle 12 miles to the northernmost campsite, Brickhill Bluff- which faces the mainland and the setting sun. Brickhill Bluff is widely known to be an ancient Indian settlement and was subsequently the site of many historical working villages. This bluff is the perfect staging point for our exploration of Cumberland’s north end. We camp underneath the oaks for two nights and paddle our route home on the last day. Our middle day is spent hiking the old trails past ruins of various commerce and the Settlement where JFK Jr. was married, traversing the levees over interior lakes, and finding tidal treasures on the 18 miles of totally undeveloped beach! This trip is suitable for beginners and seasoned paddlers alike – but can sometimes be physically challenging due to weather conditions. We use tandem kayaks on this trip as much as possible due to variable conditions. $450.00
Includes: guides, kayaks, tents, park fees, meals. Sleeping bags available for $10. Parking fees per vehicle not included $15.