We really wanted to go camping on Cumberland Island on the East Coast of U.S.A. It's not so easy to get a camping spot on this beautiful island in prime time of the year (Spring or Autumn). We reserved a spot 6 months in advance and (finally) on October 25th 2015 we got on a ferry boat from St. Marys, Georgia.
We spent total of 7 days on the island and had a wonderful time. We wished we could have stayed longer, but 7 nights is a maximum allowed for campers. Cumberland Island National Seashore preserves one of the last examples of maritime forest. The incredible coastal wooded habitat supports species of animals such as wild horses, armadillos, wild turkeys, deer, raccoons, wild hogs and many others.