We found this hidden treasure that only the locals know about by accident. We needed somewhere to anchor our boat to spend the night on our way south to the Keys. It hardly received mention in any of our cruising guides if at all. It helps break up the trip south. Great beach with both a protected side and an ocean side enabling long walks, shelling (if that's what you're into), or just sitting on the beach or sitting along the water's edge on a hot afternoon. It does get busy during the day, however early in the morning and starting about 3 in afternoon there are few, if any boats anchored along or pulled up on the beach. The current is swift there enabling floating along the beach and then getting out of the water & walking back to where you started either with a float, noodle, or nothing at all. Not dangerously so, but swift. The swift current is what keeps the area completetly cleaned out 2x day. Safe, clean, and has been a pleasant experience every time we've been there. Very protected anchorage, BUT boaters need to set their anchors very well because when the current changes it will pull up your anchor if not done properly. Again, we've never had a problem. Been stopping here all 7 years we've had our boat.
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