- 1 Can you boat to Sapelo Island?
- 2 How do you get around on Sapelo Island?
- 3 Are cars allowed on Sapelo Island?
- 4 Can you stay on Sapelo Island?
- 5 Is Sapelo Island Open?
- 6 Does Sapelo Island have a beach?
- 7 Can you camp on Sapelo Island?
- 8 Who owns Sapelo Island?
- 9 Is there WIFI on Sapelo Island?
- 10 Where is Sapelo?
- 11 How large is Sapelo Island?
- 12 Is Sapelo Island dog friendly?
- 13 How do I get to Cumberland Island?
Can you boat to Sapelo Island?
Sapelo Island is accessible by a Georgia state run passenger ferry operated by the GA DNR. Located in Meridian, Georgia, just north of Darien, is the mainland dock to board the ferry to Sapelo Island. There are scheduled times for the ferry and prior arrangements are required and strictly enforced.
How do you get around on Sapelo Island?
There are no roads going to Sapelo Island, therefore access to the island is restricted to pre-registered visitors only. Access can be acquired by: Participating in one of the tours offered by the Reserve/State (schedule below)
Are cars allowed on Sapelo Island?
Morrison said the DNR has set up a special class of citizens by allowing Sapelo residents and landowners to drive freely about the island in their personal vehicles on the very roads from which he and other visitors are banned.
Can you stay on Sapelo Island?
Groups may stay overnight on the island at the historic Reynolds Mansion or Cabretta Campground.
Is Sapelo Island Open?
Tuesday – Saturday 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM. The Sapelo Island Visitors Center is located at 1766 Landing Road Southeast, Darien, GA 31305, the mainland ferry dock in Meridian. University of Georgia Marine Institute.
Does Sapelo Island have a beach?
The beautiful, pristine beaches of Sapelo Island On Sapelo the most readily accessible beach is Nannygoat with its white sand, cascading waves and shorebirds always searching for a meal. This undeveloped beach, except for a pavillion, is surrounded by pristine maritime forest showcasing various shades of green.
Can you camp on Sapelo Island?
Join the Georgia Conservancy under the stars, camping at the spectacular Cabretta Beach campground on Sapelo Island’s north coast. Just 16 miles off the coast of Sapelo is Grey’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary. Blackbeard Island is as rich in history as it is in natural resources.
Who owns Sapelo Island?
Approximately 97 percent of the island is owned by the state of Georgia and is managed by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources; the remainder is under private ownership.
Is there WIFI on Sapelo Island?
There are currently 2 providers that offer internet service in Sapelo Island, GA. What providers offer internet service in Sapelo Island, GA. HughesNet and Viasat offer internet service in Sapelo Island, GA.
Where is Sapelo?
Sapelo Island is a barrier island on the Georgia coast. The island trends nearly northeast-southwest, and is about 19 kilometers (12 miles) long and 5 kilometers (3.1 miles) wide; it is located between latitudes of 31° 32.3′ and 31° 22.8′ N.
How large is Sapelo Island?
Sapelo is about 12 miles long and two to four miles wide with a total area of 17,950 acres, making it the fourth largest of Georgia’s barrier islands. Sapelo has 10,900 acres of uplands and five and one-half miles of undeveloped beaches.
Is Sapelo Island dog friendly?
The Sapelo Island Birdhouse Cottages allow guests to bring dogs for overnight stays. And while they’re free to roam the beaches, dogs should be kept on leash on uplands and marshlands. Dogs are easy prey for alligators, which are known to roam some of these areas.
How do I get to Cumberland Island?
The only way to get to the island is by passenger ferry (not a car ferry) or private boat. For information about making a reservation with the National Park Service official concessionaire operated ferry visit our Reservations page or visit Cumberland Island Ferry website.