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It's about a mile and a half walk from the ferry with a couple of small hills. You can take a taxi for $5. The location has a parking on one side of the quarry and non on the other side. Railings have been installed...More
The other day I went to Lawson's quarry. There were a bunch of teenagers cranking out some cannon balls off the cliff by the road. The flat rocks had people sunning themselves like seals on the rocks outside the harbor. Some dorky kid with a...More
This as a former granite quarry. It is very rocky, and there is not much of a defined space for your feet to touch the bottom as the bottom drops off randomly. We brought our three-year-old here to swim. She had a good time. I...More
Swimming in the island's quarries for the past 45 years, I know a thing or two about them. Lawson's, the closest to the village, is very popular and easily accessible and, like the other town park swimming hole - Booth's - it is regularly tested...More
Response from Trustfundkid | Reviewed this property |
It is about 20feet in the middle. The sides vary but are for the most part under 10 feet. The cliffs where people jump off on the road side is deeper. The backside is a lot shallower and more ideal for young children