Temperature was near 100 degrees and water temp was around 69 degrees, so a great place to cool off. Rocks are very slippery especially when wet, so walk with caution. It is a bit difficult to walk down to the water in some spots especially when the rocks get wet. Be careful when sitting on the rocks, whether wet or dry bathing suit, clothes may get stained red. Water was clean and clear, no pollution noted. A bit of a walk from parking lot so bring all supplies with you. Bathrooms clean but hot, no room really to change into dry clothes. One bathroom had changed "stalls" but no privacy curtains or doors. I would recommend getting there early in the day or late afternoon, mid day is packed with people.
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