Parks are now
toll free, at
GEORGE STATE CULTURAL SITE
Moss-draped laurel and live oaks provide a lush canopy for visitors to Fort George Island, home to another of the units in the Talbot Islands GEOpark complex. The island has been occupied continuously by man for over 5,000 years, and traces remain of each occupation period.
Several plant species occur far
beyond their normal range on the island. Mount Cornelia, at 65 feet, is
the highest point along the Atlantic coast south of Sandy Hook, New Jersey.
Bicycling or hiking along the island's roads and trails, one can hear the
echoes of the island's history.
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