Hiking & Biking

The Experience – Hiking:

With 50 miles of foot-traffic only trails, Cumberland Island is perfect for hikers. Walk rolling sand dunes, encounter hidden freshwater sloughs and take in the beauty of dappled sunlight on saw palmettos. Interior trails through the maritime forest offer a true wilderness experience, as you are more likely to encounter armadillos and wild turkeys than other people.

Details

  • Easy to moderate terrain for hikers of all experience levels
  • Trail maps are available in the Greyfield Gift Shop
  • Shuttles are available. Please mention your interest when reserving your stay.
  • View the Cumberland Island National Seashore map with trail overview

 

The Experience – Biking:

Hop on a beach cruiser and explore Cumberland at your own pace. The Dungenness Ruins and nearby Ice House museum are a short ride under the oaks, and you’ll learn plenty about the island’s history. Looking for a longer distance adventure? Pack your picnic lunch and a thermos of sweet tea in your bike basket and head north on the Main Road to ride to the Plum Orchard Mansion or beyond.

Details

  • Easy to moderate terrain is fun for everyone
  • Adult and child sized bikes are available
  • Use of bicycles included in your stay