This is a hidden gem. We were staying in the area and it was easy to get to. Spent a couple afternoons here and many evenings. The beach is tiny at high tide but enormous at low tide. Honestly, I've never seen a low tide that went so far out. Lots of little rivers form during low tide. Even when the tide comes further in, there's plenty of space down to the left to walk. Granted, you will be walking near people's beach homes but I never felt like I was being too intrusive, as the homes are up high and removed a bit. Also, definitely come here at sunset! It cannot be beat. And it was never too crowded when we came here, whether during the day or in the evening. You do have to pay to park, so this beach will really benefit those within walking distance.
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