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Fishing off the rock breakwall. Surfers nearby. Watch out for protected areas. We came by bike off the beach and note; no bikes allowed on the raised walkways. Nice view of the Lighthouse across the Inlet.
This is a beautiful park on the south side of Ponce Inlet. There is a long boardwalk with a small observation tower. In addition to seabirds there are tortoises in the dunes as well as manatees that often pass through the inlet. This appears to...More
I have not had the opportunity to visit this park this year due to health problems, but this was one of my favorite parks to walk when I was able to. The boardwalk is awesome and the views spectacular. Close encounters with native tortoises is...More
Surprised at how nice this dog friendly beach was! The boardwalk is long and pristine. Beautiful views of New Smyrna Beach and the boardwalk stretches out for over a mile. Very clean and so many sweet dogs everywhere. People really respect it, we were there...More
I come every year to this wonderful park right on the river and ocean. We usually bring our lunch and just sit on the sand and enjoy the beautiful view of the lighthouse and watch the boats go by. This time we even saw a...More
The walk is lovely on elevated boardwalks. The is also a foot trail along the way. There is a dog beach area & dogs are allowed on the beach on leash.
Nice tidal pools with fish & crabs. The beach is snuggled along the jetty...More
Wind swept off the Atlantic, Sea oats, salt air, no crowds. Never swam here but used to love to take walks barefoot in the sand on a breezy winter day. There are no bad beaches in Florida. Visited here in the '80's and early '90's...More
Historically I only ever went to Ponce Inlet- it’s opposite the New Smyrna Dunes at the inlet. I’d go for this small section of the beach where animals were allowed. There’s a few places by Ponce to grab a bite, but only one option in...More