Our family oriented beach is one of the area's most prized assets. Depending on the season, your beach experience could be highlighted by sightings of dolphins, sea turtles, migratory birds, butterflies and as always a gorgeous sunset. For visitors in wheelchairs, an all-terrain beach wheelchair is available to provide access to beach areas. Please check at the Ranger Station for more information. No alcohol, glass, fires, or animals are allowed on the beach.
Visitors to coastal parks are reminded to pay close attention to the Warning Flag Signs posted at welcome stations and on the beaches. These flags indicate the swimming conditions at the beach. Double red flags mean the water is closed to the public because of high winds and undertow currents; a single red flag means high hazard with high surf and/or strong currents; yellow flags are for medium hazard with moderate surf and/or currents; green flags indicate low hazard with either calm condtions,exercise caution. Green flags mean that the waters are safe and Purple flags stand for stinging marine life are present.
Please use caution! Lifeguards are not provided.