Filled with Mexicans wearing jean shorts and the sand is clay. This is not worth yo0ur time at all please skip the beach part
Sandy Point is a good compromise when you don't have the time to go to the ocean beaches. There is an admission charge, higher during the season, and for non-Maryland license plates. There are no refunds. The sand is coarse but is machine raked daily. The park can become crowded to capacity and close on weekends, but weekdays are a... More
We love to take our grandchildren to Sandy Point. The beach is always clean and the crowds are moderate. The October crowd was small. The water was cool, but the sand and sun were as good as ever.
This was an excellent venue for a family picnic. Our small grandchildren (5 and 2 1/2) enjoyed the nature center, playground, flying kites, collecting shells, wading, ... We even saw several deer just at the entrance. The guard gave us a huge discount too.
We visited on week end. It was very crowded. I wasn't there for the beach, it's good. Just went for fishing. It's ok but can't compete natural beach. Might go for fishing again though.
Went to Sandy Point on a whim coming back across the bridge. The gate guard noticed the DoD decal and asked if i had a park pass, i said no and he told me i was free. I was surprised that Military were free, even got a card for one free year at any national park. So if your Military... More
We had a day off from missions work in DC and the kids wanted to see the ocean. We were told by friends that a good beach is more than 3 hours away but Sandy Point is a place many people go instead for the day. We spent a few hours playing volleyball, soccer and swimming on a sunday afternoon.... More
It was an amazing place with a great view of the Chesapeake bay bridge their was this pretty large pond for fishing and boating. The bay with the view of the bridge had lots of shells under water I got a few and since its a bay the water isn't perfectly clear theirs a few rocks near the shallow part... More
stopped for the day in Sandy Point for some great fishing and boating. Great to see so many people enjoying one of Maryland's better state parks
Sandy Point is a public beach but you must pay admission by car. The sand is very orange so don't expect to see sand like you do at the ocean. Be sure to wear water shoes to protect your feet. My grandchildren love to go there on a summer's day. Take a picnic lunch. There are tables all around and... More
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