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Such a beautiful beach and really top notch views in the snorkeling! We saw lots of fantastic fish and sting rays. Take a quick trip through The Baths if you must but spend more time enjoying all Spring Bay has to offer.
A nice little beach. Actually made up of a couple of bays, one of which is wider and deeper and good for swimming, but also a second little bay adjacent that is enclosed with rocks and good for children...the size of a resort swimming pool....More
I will catch holuy Hell fomr the island purists and everyone has to go to The Baths. No clue how this big pile of rocks along the shore got its name. you just crawl over, around and through boulders weighing tons. Some challenging climbs and...More
This beach is close to the Baths, but is smaller and more secluded. There is a small beach, lots of unusual rock formations, and the water is a stunning blue. The island has a lot of damage from Hurricane Irma, but it hasn’t detracted from...More
This spot has all that The Baths has without the crowds. Bigger parking lot, more privacy, no snorkels banging into you, more areas of sandy beach for sunning. Take the locals word on this one people. Spend the $3 and walk around the Baths for...More
Absolutely beautiful turquoise water!!! Such a serene stretch of breathtaking beach. We were going to snorkel, but the water was way too cold for this southern girl! We climbed over/around some rocks and enjoyed the waves crashing instead.
It was so beautiful that we went...More
Response from dbaaronson | Reviewed this property |
You could walk it. From the parking area for the Baths it's less than half a mile to the parking area for Spring Bay. I believe it's the third left if you're leaving the Baths but there's an obvious sign. You can also... More
You could walk it. From the parking area for the Baths it's less than half a mile to the parking area for Spring Bay. I believe it's the third left if you're leaving the Baths but there's an obvious sign. You can also get there with a little bit of swimming by water. There is only one bay/beach between Spring Bay and the Baths.