Kelly M.
Reviewed Sep. 29, 2018

pitch that tent on the sand. now you live at the beach!

it just doesn't get better than sleeping on sand. It is a short approach hike (< 1 mile) through lush forest to get there. Tons of wildlife- assorted marine mammals, tide pools, and a few eagles! There are natural bridges and other cool rock formations including tall cartoon like islands just offshore. Bring your own water!

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