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Historic, wild and known as a summer playground for affluent northeasterners, Cumberland Island has long captivated explorers and visitors alike. It is known as one of the most significant natural areas in the United States. As a designated National Seashore, the only inhabitants are the descendants of early property owners. You might even spy wild horses running free — their lineage dating back to the survivors of sunken Spanish galleons over 500 years ago.

Historic Greyfield Inn

This former 19th century Carnegie family retreat continues to exude the welcoming atmosphere and charm of a family home. Spend your day birding (over 300 species appear during the course of a year), swimming, biking, hiking, kayaking and fishing, or simply stroll the pristine, white sand beach and savor unparalleled privacy. The Inn also organizes daily visits to the storied First African Baptist Church, where John F. Kennedy famously married Carolyn Bessette in 1996.