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All reviews crescent beach low tide water shoes private property great place to snorkel public access tide pools great shelling siesta key beach beach area an adventure marine life great beach shells crevices waves visibility
Yes, Point of Rocks is listed as a must see for Siesta Key. Keep in mind, this isn’t someplace you drive to, park, get out of the car and walk down a paved trail before you ‘arrive’. That is NOT the case so if you’re...More
We went to Point of Rocks to snorkel. It was tough to get to during high tide as you have to walk out from Beach Access 12 and then jump onto the sea wall to walk to the steps at the end of the wall....More
Good luck trying to find this place. After reading reviews we walked down the road a distance to beach access 13 (no parking anywhere so you can't drive there ) to find out we had arrived to the exact spot we would have been if...More
Very interesting rock formations at the tip have created a Haven for fish and crabs and many other creatures. We enjoyed just lounging around in the warm gulf waters watchingall the creatures there. It was right next to our Beach area and many people explored...More
We had access to this area by swimming/walking through the water from Crescent Beach. There were a lot of people that would snorkel here, and some were fishing. Huge assortment of various shells in this area.
This place is great if you like snorkeling, but I wouldn't recommend it for any other reason. Lots of ocean life to see and great for the whole family. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is the complete and utter lack of...More
This place was listed as the top attraction in Siesta Key .
I expected much more than what I saw.
First of all , its hard to find .
Secondly , there is no parking anywhere .
I got out of the car and walked...More
Given your location, you would have about a 2 and 1/2 mile beach walk to get there. Remember you have to walk back also. That walking back can be daunting. And yes, if you drop your car off at the Stickney Point Bridge, it's... More
Given your location, you would have about a 2 and 1/2 mile beach walk to get there. Remember you have to walk back also. That walking back can be daunting. And yes, if you drop your car off at the Stickney Point Bridge, it's a much shorter walk.
Response from John4444444 | Reviewed this property |
I 100% agree with dwvonfischer.
Best to snorkel at high tide (around the point if you like. No walking around the point required).
Walk around the point at low tide. Bring water shoes - rocks can be sharp.
Response from adambright2000 | Reviewed this property |
I think there is some rule about fishing from the shore and if you are Floridian (live here) then don't need license and if fish from boat then you do. I do know you are allowed to fish from point of rocks.