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. The snorkeling was pretty good- lots of fish to see especially near the rocks. We returned to Point of Rocks during low tide and it was easier to get through the water to the wall. We were able to walk over to a little beach area where we found beautiful shells- like the kind you buy in a gift shop!
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