Crooked River State Park in St. Marys and Cumberland Island, which has a St. Marys ferry departure point, are two unique locations on the southeast end of the Colonial Coast Birding Trail.
More than 300 species of birds (75 percent of the total species of birds seen in Georgia) have been spotted at the 18 sites along the birding trail. Don't expect to see most of these birds on a single visit. Shorelines, salt marshes, old rice fields, woodlands, tidal rivers, freshwater wetlands and other habitats host their own fascinating bird communities.
The numbers of birds found along the trail change with the tides and seasons. Consequently, each visit offers the chance to experience a new wildlife adventure. Spend some time along the Colonial Coast Birding Trail and learn why the Creek Indians called the Georgia coast The Enchanted Land.
Admission & Fees
Parking Fees $5
Maps & Brochures Available, Public Restrooms, Self-guided Tours
Family-friendly, Maps/Brochures/Guides, Parking Fees
Near Interstate Highway
Suitable for Ages