Sandy Point is the whole southwestern ear of St.Croix. It may be closed at certain times of the year to protect certain wildlife that is hatching etc. Also is only open on weekends until 4 PM so you may want to check before planning a visit. This pristine beach seems to go on forever without any buildings or signs at all. It is just purely an untouched beauty of nature that I have never seen before. The water is a gorgeous blue and is of course very clear and clean. The day we went was oppressively hot so we could not stay too long even with sun screen and a hat. If you plan to hang out on the beach, you may want to take an umbrella and lots of water and ice. Also, plan to get in the water often to cool off. (There are no restrooms so think about that too.) Anyway, we were so happy that a place like this still exists in the world without much human interference. Pictures do not do it justice at all.
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