What a great place to go for public beach access. We met up with a couple of friends here and had a very relaxing day on the beach. We were able to rent a couple of chairs and umbrellas, but the snack bar was closed. We were told that it would open on Memorial Day.
My friend & I went for a long walk looking for shark teeth and sea shells. We walked until we ran out of beach which seemed very odd to me. My past beach access, evidently, has always been somewhere in the middle area where you can look in either direction and just see vast stretches of sea. Of course, I knew that the ocean didn’t go on forever, I had just never seen it end. 😉
On the way back from our walk we noticed driftwood and these trees that were decorated with sea shells. They were very pretty and some had special inscriptions on them.
This beach is very family friendly. In early May it was not overly crowded at all. The water was chilly, but not too cold to get in. There was a nice breeze off the sea that made it perfect to just sit and read or take a nap. I did both. The cost to park was $15 during the week and we rented two chairs and an umbrella for $35 for the day. It was well worth the cost. So if you are going to Charleston, S.C. or somewhere nearby I highly recommend this beach. Happy travels!
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