The Captain Morse House

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When you are traveling to a place you have never been before (or even if you haven’t been lately) it helps to know what the locals know.
Below are a series of blog posts that will help to make the most of your visit to the Captain Morse House. 

Carnegie Ruins
Want a little taste of what your visit to Cumberland Island will be?  Take a moment to look at this
Our dogs are our kids.  We do have other real kids, but they are grown now (in years, anyway), have
As an artist myself, anything creative is is an added plus to my vacation plans.  I scope out the art gallery
As the second oldest city in the U.S., there isn’t a little bit of history in St. Marys, but a
If you’ve searched for a vacation rental in the past year, you may have noticed it is much more difficult
Paddle on the St. Marys River, along the marshes and through the harbor.   Dolphins and Otters are common sights in
Attending a wedding in St. Marys? It’s no surprise.Every year, the Captain Morse House hosts many guests and wedding parties. 
Cumberland Island
Winter 2017/18 Cumberland Ferry Times The ferry service from St. Marys, Georgia to Cumberland Island National Seashore during winter 2017/2018
low country boil
Fresh seafood.  It is synonymous with any visit to Coastal Georgia.You can’t get any fresher seafood than in St. Marys. 
Kings Bay Naval Base, for those who are not familiar, is located 10 minutes west of St. Marys. The Submarine