Cabin Bluff is recognized as “America’s Oldest Hunting Club”. This historic saltwater plantation on the coast of Georgia is located adjacent to Cumberland Island National Seashore along the Intracoastal Waterway. Dating back to the early 1800s, Cabin Bluff has been a premiere destination for some of the world’s most iconic and distinguished sportsmen.
Uniquely situated along the Cumberland River, Cabin Bluff is one of the South’s few sporting plantations accessible from land, sea, and air. Activities range from quail hunting, to Atlantic sport fishing, to golfing the private 6-hole course that parallels the Intracoastal marshes.
Cabin Bluff is also one of the largest, developable properties on the coast of Georgia. The property currently enjoys special zoning as Cabin Bluff Planned Development District which allows for a wide range of residential and resort development opportunities.
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