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Find this tiny jewel of a historic town on the Atlantic Coast, at the Georgia-Florida line. It’s wrapped on three sides by the St. Marys River, and you can catch the ferry to Cumberland Island here. But save some time to explore the shops, see some beautiful old churches, and have a bite to eat at a local restaurant. Stop by Cumberland Island National Seashore Museum while you’re in the historic district. Market on the Square, across the street from the ferry, can get you all set for your trip to Cumberland.