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The beach section was closed due to red tide so we didn’t get to see much besides walk on the trail along the intercostal. The visiting center was very nice inside with interesting articles and photos. It’s a nice quiet place for family with young...More
Lovely special setting, different than others in South Florida. You walk through a canopy of sea grape trees on the way to the beach.
There is a bluff of sharp rocks which is dramatic. Most people mainly walk on the beach.
The day we went...More
The rock formations were neat to see and I got some interesting pictures but didn't see any "blowing" water. The sand is very hot and hard to walk through. And it's a bit of a walk to were you're able to get into the water....More
I can't believe I've never been here sooner! And I live in Florida! I took out of town guests and they loved it! I will be returning with my family. This is a geologists dream field trip. Very neat place with great photo opportunities. 2$...More
I’ve lived in Florida the majority of my life and had no idea about this place until a couple years ago. We decided to come after seeing the lighthouse as it was in close proximity. I’m so glad we did. It’s absolutely beautiful. We were...More
Great area to park up - free parking just on the side of the road. A very short walk to the beach - the pathways and wooden (bridge and steps) all well maintained and safe.
We visited at low tide so did not see the...More
We took this as a day trip from Sandpiper Bay, Club Med. St Lucie Florida it was about a half hour drive to get there and well worth it. no fee. The rock formations were amazing with the Atlantic waves crashing on them, the hiking...More
The beach area is secluded and beautiful for walking. At high tide, children will love seeing the water spraying. Low tide is best for walking on and climbing the rocks. I’ve seen more teens and adults climbing, as the rock... More
The beach area is secluded and beautiful for walking. At high tide, children will love seeing the water spraying. Low tide is best for walking on and climbing the rocks. I’ve seen more teens and adults climbing, as the rock formations can be steep and challenging, with some sections a bit dangerous for little ones. Afterwards, just south of Blowing Rocks is Coral Cove Park with a small area for picnics, a children’s play ground and seashells on the beach.