Following the directions of the other poster as to where to park and how to get to the section with the most glass was very helpful. Once you hit the beach you have to go south (ie left) to find the most glass. There are a lot of people collecting the glass, so no wonder that there isn't much left. There aren't any signs, but the glass needs to stay put for this to remain a destination. Check the tide charts and try to get there about an hour before the tide is at it's lowest, that way you have time to get to a good spot and explore the tide pools. It is a short steep, almost vertical trek down to the beach and back up. We wore our rain boots are were able to step in and around the areas where water is pooling and not have to worry about getting too wet on a cool day or cutting our feet on the sharp rusty metal bits or rocks. We were approached by some homeless people asking for change in the area, but everyone seems friendly. There is a porta potty at the entrance to the beach from the parking area near the bright yellow painted guard rail.