Cumberland Island is Georgiaâ€™s southernmost barrier island. At 17.5 miles long it is also the largest. This secluded getaway is known for its beautiful landscape and wildlife. Visitors to Cumberland Island can expect to see sea turtles, wild turkeys, armadillos and wild horses. Much of the island is preserved as the Cumberland Island National Seashore. Visitors enjoy biking, boating, fishing, hiking, and kayaking. There are even bike rentals, if you have not been able to bring your own. There are also a number of private homes on the island, many of them being historical. One notable structure is Plum Orchard, a mansion constructed by the Carnegie family in 1898. Another Carnegie owned property is the Greyfield Inn, built in 1901. A notable honor given to Cumberland Island, was one of the Travel Channelâ€™s Americaâ€™s Ten Best Beaches in 2005.
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