Photos spots are numerous throughout Fort Clinch. The marsh sides offers nature’s beauty in sunsets, birds in flight and feeding, and even the occasional nuclear sub returning to Kings Bay, Georgia. The northern edge of Fort Clinch looks out over Cumberland Island and its sound. It also offers views of the Atlantic Ocean, fishing jetties, the fort itself, and wildlife.
In the early morning hours, photographers will see white tailed deer, raccoons and other wildlife. The Atlantic Ocean sunrises also offer spectacular photography opportunities.
Inside the park, pictures abound among the peaceful canopy roads, towering dunes, hammock forests, beach/river/youth campgrounds, playgrounds and picnic areas, and the accompanying water, land and air wildlife.
Photo spots are marked throughout the park, and visitors are welcome to create their own as long as the dunes and other protected areas remain undisturbed.