About This Campground
Sea Camp is accessible by the concession operated Cumberland Queen ferry and private boat. Reservations are highly recommended and a permit is required. Reservations may be made up to six months in advance by contacting the Cumberland Queen reservation office. Camping fees…
Sea Camp is accessible by the concession operated Cumberland Queen ferry and private boat. Reservations are highly recommended and a permit is required. Reservations may be made up to six months in advance by contacting the Cumberland Queen reservation office. Camping fees are $4.00 per night per person. Sea Camp has 16 sites including two group sites. Sea Camp has potable water, flush toilets, and cold water showers. There are limited power outlets in the public restroom/shower area. There are not electrical hook ups in the camping area. Cars and campers are not allowed on Cumberland Island and all gear must be loaded by hand or cart onto the ferry. It is approximately 1/4 mile walk from the ferry dock to the camp ground. Carts can transport approximately 35 pounds of gear per load. Campers are cautioned to pack conservatively as all gear, equipment and trash must be transported to and from the island. There are no trash receptacles on the island. Campers are responsible for loading and unloading their own equipment. Gear, equipment and recreational items may be denied portage on the ferry based on the captain's disgression. . Each site has one picnic table, fire ring, food storage cage, and pole for hanging trash. All waste must be transported off the island as there are no trash cans on Cumberland Island. Dead and down wood may be collected for camp fires. Fire wood may also be purchased from the concession operated ferry. Visitors are not recommended to transport wood from outside the local area as it may bring exotic pests to the area.
- Picnic Table
- Firewood Available
- Phone Service
- Walk InPark in a lot, walk to your campsite
- Hike InHike a trail to your campsite
- Boat InBoat to your campsite
Bring a bike there is so much of this island to explore. Go to see wild horses at mansion or on beach. Bring red headlamp to see Sea turtles at night. Have secure cooler for all foods raccoons are bad. Bring thermacell- bugs are bad. Beach is almost private. Campsites are awesome big and secluded.…
Showers are available, but are cold water
This is one of my favorite campgrounds in Georgia. The island is only accessible by boat, and there are a limited number of people allowed on the island daily which means it is never over crowded. Use the food boxes. Raccoons are nosy.
Sea Camp Campground is located in Georgia
Transportation to Cumberland Island National Seashore is via the Cumberland Queen ferry. The ferry is a concession operation. Private boats are also allowed to dock during daylight hours on the north end of the Dungeness and Sea Camp docks, but must pay the entrance fee.