If you have very little kids this might not be a good place to spend time. You will be scrambling over lots of rocks, large and small and you need to be sure footed. If your kids are larger they will love this place.
I recommend arriving in the morning, when we were leaving at just before 2 there was a line of people waiting with their cars to get it. They do limit the number of cars allowed in to keep crowding in check. Bring a lunch and leave it in the car. Head down to play in the water, come up for a break midday in the shade, then head back down for a bit. There are deep and shallow areas, places where kids can jump off the rocks into deeper water, and lots of crags to explore.
I wore water shoes and I wish I had just worn old gym shoes with thicker soles as the rocks were sometimes uncomfortable under my feet. Don't even think of going barefoot as it's too slippery. Use caution and keep an eye on your kids, this is a wild area and no lifeguards are on duty.
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