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Point of Rocks

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Point of Rocks

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Enjoy one of Florida's best beaches at sunset on an electric bike tour. With 5-level pedal assist and an on-demand throttle, the electric bike allows you to put in as much or as little effort as you want as you ride along Siesta Key. All experience levels are welcome. Booking in advance ensures you won't miss out on this small-group tour.
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TheMadDawg wrote a review Mar 2021
Hudson, Florida441 contributions127 helpful votes
This is the perfect place to find sea creatures and shells. Many get trapped in the rocks as tide goes out. Great snorkeling. Lots of bigger shells, crabs, smaller octopus, fish and even some small stingrays I’ve seen in the rocks. This sits just south of crescent beach. You can access it by walking around the rock wall which is about waist high.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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MillerfamfromSouthDakota wrote a review Jan 2021
14 contributions11 helpful votes
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Our family visited Point of Rocks this morning 45 mins before low tide (& about an hour after) this morning (Jan. 14, 2021) . We have three kids (14, 10, & 7) & we parked at Siesta Beach Access Point #12 (6490 Midnight Pass Rd) and it’s a short walk from there along the beach to the wall...in low tide, rocks are above water to walk on (yes, wear flip flops or water shoes) to then jump up on the top of the wall. Walk around on the wall to the other side, where beauty awaits...moss covered rocks and many tide pools, loads of shells (many with little crabs in them, so be careful to not take those ones!), pelicans’ resting place, calm and clear water amongst the rocks to see sea urchins, crabs, clams, etc. We didn’t see any kinds of shells we hadn’t already found along Siesta Key Beach at low tide, but there are a ton more to choose from (e.g., sizes, colors, etc. of every shell variety otherwise found). It was a lot of fun and the kids already want to go back! Just know the tide comes back up quickly- even at an hour after low tide, the rocks that were nearly fully exposed for us to walk across to get to the wall and jump up we’re fully covered by water when we went back. Plan to get wet up to your calves or higher, depending how long you stay! :)
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Date of experience: January 2021
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glockman71 wrote a review Jan 2021
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a unique opportunity to capture the most beautiful pics of the shallow pools and sea creatures that dwell in them! a must for kids and adults!!! wear shoes!!
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Date of experience: January 2021
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SiestaKeywannabe wrote a review Dec 2020
36 contributions7 helpful votes
Nice beach, beach umbrella rentals at main beach. Many accesses. I would like to visit again. Many good restaurants within walking distance of most hotels and resorts. Social distancing and masks wearing was good.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Forthesun wrote a review Oct 2020
Tampa, Florida122 contributions32 helpful votes
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Picked the hotel I stayed at to be within walking distance of Point of Rocks was hoping to snorkel. With the strong wind and the hurricane that just passed there was no getting out there, waves too big. But there were a ton of shells and beautiful birds every morning for a great photo shoot!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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