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Blowing Rocks Nature Preserve

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Vlapinta1 wrote a review 22 Jan
Toms River, New Jersey106 contributions56 helpful votes
After visiting the lighthouse we went to blowing rock. We were lucky to snag the last parking spot. The lot does not have too many spots. It was not hight tide, so sadly we didn’t hear the rocks blowing. The beach is absolutely beautiful. The walk from the parking lot to the beach is so pretty. The water looks like the Caribbean. From the beach you can see a reef. We watched turtles all day poking their heads out of the water. If you love the beach don’t miss blowing rock
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Nelson T wrote a review Apr 2020
Mandeville, Louisiana493 contributions198 helpful votes
The Nature Conservancy has done much to reclaim the natural state of this preserve. There is a small museum onsite that describes their efforts at preservation. The really unique feature of this preserve is the blowing rocks themselves which are quite unusual for the Atlantic Coast. Visit at or near high tide and see the seawater spewing up through the rocks as the waves roll in. Very spectacular and you will definitely get wet if you get to close to the shore. This is an attraction well worth your time.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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ocmdjim wrote a review Mar 2020
114 contributions33 helpful votes
If you are in the Jupiter area you MUST see this ! Blowing rocks is just what says ! Best to go at high tide or close to!! Beautiful nature at its best! Fantastic photo ops! Kids will love it too! Also a beautiful beach ! We could have sat for hours looking at this!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Marion W wrote a review Oct 2019
Seattle, Washington742 contributions312 helpful votes
the trail along the upper portion of the beach is absolutely wonderful (about 2/3 of a mile round trip). Some of it is in the open and a lot of walking is under a canopy of cover of trees that is terrific … also for taking photos. You could return on the beach, if you like. The wind is strong and much appreciated on a hot day (as it was when we were there). Lots of sea shells are on the beach and remnants of turtle eggs which we had never seen before. The sand is beautiful and just looking at the waves transformative. Relatively view people were here. Parking is free and there's no admission charge but a donation is requested.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Julia T wrote a review Sep 2019
Hobe Sound, Florida10 contributions3 helpful votes
You can check the tides with a marine weather app or any online posting of the tides. I would like to try very low tide next time and experience the covered walking trails by the dunes as well. Went on a weekday so parking was no problem, and donations are placed in a box. It was well worth the visit.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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