Welcome to Cumberland Harbour!
Cumberland Harbour is a 1,012-acre coastal community that lies between the St, Marys River, Point Peter Creek, The North River and the Intracoastal Waterway.
Surrounded on three sides by Georgia’s stunning marshes, the landscape at Cumberland Harbour is extraordinary. The site is a mixture of youthful southern pines, old growth pines, and stately oak hammocks laced with Spanish moss.
The ecosystem of the uplands and the marsh are interwoven to provide a diverse and exceptional the environment for this master planned community.
The Master Plan for Cumberland Harbour is a thoughtful development of visual corridors, parks, activity centers, water access, open spaces and neighborhoods offering a variety of homesite possibilities.
Coastal Georgia architecture is defined by the endearing simplicity of its homes which blend seamlessly into the landscape. The homes, nestled in the shade of southern pines and oak hammocks, are designed to capture the cooling ocean breezes. Expansive front porches, tall windows and doors, and broad overhanging eaves are all hallmarks of the local vernacular building form. Wood or cement siding, metal roofs and soothing colors enhance this casual yet elegant setting.
Pickleball is a paddle sport that combines elements of badminton, tennis, and table tennis. Two or four players use solid paddles made of wood or composite materials to hit a perforated polymer ball, similar to a Wiffle Ball, over a net. To learn more see the link below. Reservations can be made on the website with an electronic ticket confirmation.Learn More
Cumberland Harbour POA Reception
What: Join friends and neighbors for Low Country Barbeque & Music by Spur 40
When: Saturday, October 27, 6:00 - 9:00 PM
Where: Cumberland Harbour Springhouse
Pond Aeration Lakes 4, 6, and 9
Charles Aquatics will be installing an Aqua Air Ultra Subsurface Aeration System in lakes four, six and nine in early November. Aeration systems provide water circulation, eliminates thermal stratification, increases oxygenation, reduces odors, reduces organic muck build-up and reduces the potential of fish kills. These systems improve the overall water quality and are currently installed at the Amenities Center and lake two.View Catalog