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There are nearly 45,000 acres of unspoiled woodlands, marshland and waterways. A stay is inclusive of golf, hunting, fishing, hiking, biking, wildlife and nature experiences as well as food and drink, all in a rustic yet luxurious cabin setting. There are few resort destinations in the United States like Cabin Bluff—a really special place that hasn’t changed much over the last century. It can serve as a spectacular location for a weekend business retreat for up to 40 people or a very memorable family reunion vacation spot. It’s an anti-resort, if there is such a thing, and aren’t many of us looking for a slice of peaceful exclusivity?

Last December I visited Cabin Bluff in anticipation of a family group that was booked for a long weekend retreat this summer. They’ve returned, and all the way around, there were rave reviews.

Located on the Cumberland River in southeastern Georgia, Cabin Bluff is just a stone’s throw from the Atlantic Ocean, a short drive from Jacksonville and two hours south of Savannah. Private, peaceful, and intimate. It just may be the perfect spot for your family reunion or corporate retreat.