From the Dungeness ferry dock to the southern tip of the island, Dungeness Beach covers nearly 2 miles of pristine, remote coast. This wild stretch of sand attracts beachcombers—sharks' teeth are a sought-after find—and fishermen, who cast for redfish and flounder at the southernmost point, called Pelican Flats. Trails lead to Thomas Carnegie's historic estate, Dungeness, and this is also a good area to spot Cumberland's famed wild horses that roam the beach and inland
areas here. Amenities: none. Best for: solitude, sunrise.
Dungeness ferry dock to Pelican Flats, Cumberland Island, Georgia, 31558, United States