11 Of The Most Secluded Beaches In The U.S

3. Cumberland Island, Georgia

Cumberland Island is a protected Seashore and a designated Biosphere Reserve in the U.S. The Island is one of the popular secluded beaches in the U.S since the Carnegies used the beach as a family getaway in the 19th century. The island was protected from development in the 1970s making it popular for beach goers who enjoy sea turtles, wild horses and armadillos that roam the protected powder-smooth sand.

The numbers of visitors are limited to 300 per day by the National Park service, making the beach less populated and a peaceful place. To enjoy unlimited access to over 1000 foot stretch of band side, you can book to stay in the luxurious island’s hotel, Greyfield Inn.

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