- This national seashore is located on an island in the Atlantic Ocean. The 36,415 acre island is only accessible by boat.
- A lot of interesting history took place on this island. In fact, this island was controlled by the British during the war of 1812.
- The national seashore features beaches, dunes, marshes and lakes plus a 9,886 acre wilderness area.
- The national park service restricts access to less than 300 people on the island at a time but you are allowed to camp in one of two campgrounds open to the public.
- With no cars allowed on the ferry, you'll have to explore this beautiful island by foot or bicycle.
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