This beach is not obviously accessible from the highway. Most people stop in Davenport for a bite to eat at one of the 3 awesome restaurants in this tiny little coastal town (population 300). It's a bit of a hike down to the beach, you have to cross the railroad tracks, which is actually pretty cool, and follow a foot path down the cliffs. The beach has a rock structure that looks strikingly like a shark's tooth. There's great opportunity for tide pool exploration and beach glass collection. If you follow the foot path to the north, along the cliffs, you will find a rarely seen sight- what remains of the old Davenport pier. The cliffs are eroding, so be careful out there. There are some huge beautiful trees to sit under or climb and in the spring the path is overflowing with wild flowers. It's definitely worth the stop.
If you need to use the restroom, grab a quick drink or a pack of cigarettes, check out Arro's Country store. Emad and Mike will take care of you.
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