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We dropped by on our way to visit the Beavertail Lighthouse. There are two parts to this “fort” so if you go, make sure to visit both sides. There are some good photo ops for those that like to take pictures. The weather was beautiful...More
Fort Weatherill is home to a beautiful cove that looks out onto the ocean. To access it, continue past the main entrance to the fort (where the sign is) and you'll reach a second parking lot. The cove has crystal clear water and you can...More
Great place to go fishing. Spearfishing. Photos of the surrounding area. Exploring the old Fort. Good place to walk around and enjoy the views and water with the ships pasting by. Stay for a sunrise or sunset
Fort Wetherill was a disappointment from the beginning. There is so much trash left behind by other inconsiderate people who visit. It is a state run park and there are no trash receptacles. There are also fish hooks and broken bottles all over the rocks....More
A beautiful park you dont want to miss! Beautiful rocky cliffs over the water below, you can watch the boats floating by. Beautiful photography area- and even some old abandoned bunkers for the adventure keen souls!
This location is a well kept secret. It has stunning ocean views with very little walking involved. You can watch the scuba divers go in and out. If you are a little more adventurous you can hike down the paths to the beaches. Absolutely beautiful...More
This place is amazing. So much fun I can stay there for hours. And I did the first time i went. So many adventurous hiding places or get your adrenaline going by walking through an old tunnel. (Bring a flash light!). The views from the...More