First of all, this place is a *far* walk. It may only be 2-3 miles away, but it seems much further because you have to walk up and down terrain that is not walking friendly. There were some people on ATV's which may make it easier to get to this beach. But the beauty of this beach is it's secludedness. Once you get there (and figure out how to get down to the beach -- hint: zig zag your way down the path that faces the ocean) it is truly a wonderful beach. Warm, and glowing, since the sand is made from precious stone from the volcano. If you are adventurous and you have the time, this is a unique experience -- you are at the southernmost place of the United States! The only downside is you have to drive down dirt roads past ranches to get to the path and you need to watch out for prarie fires when it is dry. We had to wait to get back 3-4 hours since the road was closed due to a fire.
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