Cumberland Island was at one time owned by the Carnegie family, and eventually sold to the government to become the Cumberland Island National Seashore. Today the island can only be reached by ferry or private boat, and visitation is limited to 300 people per day. No vehicles, including bicycles, are allowed to be brought on the island. It is alfo famous for the feral horses.
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Category:Travel and Places
Subcategory Detail:United States of America
Keywords:America, Cumberland Island National Seashore, GA, Georgia, Jekyll Island, US, USA, United States, south