This was the second time I've gone to Glass Beach. I rented a kayak from the dive shop in town and went to Site One or Treasure Cove, which had lots of small blue sea glass. I've seen a few commets where people have said there is not that much sea glass left. It's likely they headed north at the end of the path at Elm Street. The coves that are saturated with glass are south of Elm Street. There is also now a sign that says taking glass is prohibited; however, Captain Cass who runs the sea glass museum said it's legal to take some around the low tide line. He also sells little bags of "seed glass" you can throw in the water to replenish the sea glass because it's disappearing. If you're a sea glass lover, I highly recommend going to Glass Beach. There is a little climb down some cliffs at Site Two at the end of Elm Street, but it's well worth going.
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