Cumberland Island National Seashore, Georgia — (call for details)
This is a relaxing trip with time to explore, bird watch, and soak up the sun. April is a great time to visit, with temperatures generally in the high 70s. Wildflowers are beginning to bloom, migrating birds are moving through, and we regularly encounter wild horses. Cumberland is a wonderful place for families with young children, and our campsite is a short walk from the beach and surrounded by palmettos and the twisting branches of live oak trees. Each day after breakfast we pack a picnic and head off to explore the island. We gather each evening to prepare dinner and share our day’s experiences. We spend our days wandering winding trails through live oak forest, building sandcastles, body surfing, searching for fossilized shark teeth, and learning about the natural and human history of this incredible island.