We spent a glorious time at this place- and was lucky enough to actually get the Lighthouse Cabin (book months in advance!). It is stunningly beautiful and awesome at night. Nature as it was years before condo cities cropped up everywhere along our beaches. The rangers were fantastic, and our first experience at crabbing a highlight. The pier by the ranger station will lend out tackle and bait is cheap. There is also no fee for use and the state park holds the ability to have this splendid fishing/crabbing experience WITHOUT the need for a state license. PERFECT. There are some resident "creatures" that live at the ranger station, and there are some nature exhibits there... well worth the visit. Bring your bike if you want to explore without the car. Sunsets gorgeous from the end of one of the marsh trail overlooks. We cruised through the campground, which also looks inviting, though spots look fairly close together... but no surprise there...typical of beachside camping. Here, however, there are lovely dunes and glorious shade to be found. The erosion which has eliminated a lot of the beachfront (and the former cabins) has left eery fallen trees- skeletons to the force of nature on this tiny island. This is a fabulous spot. Don't miss it!
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