A ferry ride and 7 mile hike are worth it to get to this gorgeous beach. Don't forget your snorkel! The water is so clear and full of things to see. The campground is nice and small with just 8 sites. Site #1 is the most private. There are chemical toilets, trash cans and lockers. You pay for lockers before you arrive. Each locker has 2.5 gallons of water, a bundle of wood and a fire starter. Make sure you secure your food. The squirrels and birds are ridiculous. They'll chew right through your pack to get your stuff. If you have a bear canister I'd make sure to bring it.
We spent 2 nights here. The sites along the road seem noisey. We stayed in a site on the side with ocean views. There's a small store in the campground if you forget anything. You can rent surfboards and boogie boards. There are showers that use tokens to buy time. I stepped on a stingray while we were there. Make sure you do the sting ray shuffle when you're going in and out of the water.