Outdoors Ministry - Sapelo Island /
Cabretta Beach Camping Trip September 30 – October 2, 2022
Spend a weekend at Sapelo Island, a national estuarine research reserve as well as a haven of deep historical and cultural treasures on a barrier island off the coast of Georgia.
Trip will include two nights camping, two evening meals and a tour of Sapelo Island. Tour may include ancient Native American shell rings, plantation era structures, Sapelo Island lighthouse and education center. We will arrive on the island as a group by ferry and be transported to the Cabretta Beach Campground. This rustic group campground is nestled in beautiful low-country scenery with showers, restrooms, a group shelter, Adirondack shelters, fire ring and grills. The Cabretta Island campground is located within the R.J. Reynolds Wildlife Refuge. Set in a pristine, natural barrier island environment, the beautiful Cabretta Beach campground provides a unique camping experience for those who wish to escape to a true sub-tropical setting with the coastal Georgia maritime forest, salt marshes, beaches and dunes all close at hand to enjoy. Please email Mary Veal if you are interested. We look forward to you joining us.