Cumberland Island South End Loop4.3 mi.
Uses: Walking, Running, Cycling
Location: Camden County
Bring your own or bikes can be rented on the island.
There are no paved roads on the island. All roads, including the Main Road, are sandy surfaces. Conditions can vary but often the surface is soft, making riding more difficult and slower. Bikes will need wider tires to be ridable (no thin street tires).
This 4.3 mile loop is the most popular route taken by day visitors to Cumberland Island. It showcases a variety of what the island has to offer.
Rules & Regulations
- Bikes can be ridden on roads that are not marked private
- Bikes cannot be on any trails (but can be taken over to Sea Camp Campground)
- Pull to the side of the road to allow vehicles to pass
- Walk bikes when crossing boardwalks
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Things to See & Do
East Coast Greenway Trail Segment, J.F. Gregory Park, Historic Ogeechee River Rice Dikes, Ogeechee River Access
Amtrak Station, Belles Ferry to Hutchinson Island, East Coast Greenway Trail Segment, Kings Ferry Waterfront Park, Ogeechee River Access, River Street Waterfront Park, Savannah Historic District
Altamaha Scenic Byway, East Coast Greenway Trail Segment, Hofwyl-Broadfield Plantation State Historic Site, Jekyll Island, Overlook Park, St. Simons Island
Crooked River State Park, Cumberland Sound Ferry, East Coast Greenway Trail Segment, Satilla River Waterfront Park
Altamaha Scenic Byway, Darien River Waterfront Park, East Coast Greenway Trail Segment, Fort King George State Historic Site, Sapelo Island, Sapelo Island Ferry, Sapelo Island Visitors Center
East Coast Greenway Trail Segment, Geechee-Kunda Museum, LeConte-Woodmanston Plantation, Midway Historic District, Midway Museum