Small picnic area. Small Mo's restaurant and other assorted small shops, situated with a view of a wild hollowed-out rock formation below. But the best thing of all is the trail leading down to the 'hole' itself. Moss-covered boulders, caves, and eventually the grand entrance itself into the bowl at low tide. Nothing like it. Really. Worthy of a scene in an indie film. Once you go there, you have to go back.
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