This is at the southeastern point of Chappaquiddick. When we arrived in late morning, there were only 3 other people there. It's not a great place for swimming because the current is very strong, but it's wonderful for watching birds, listening to the surf, and enjoying peace and quiet. There are a few short hiking trails in the area, but I wasn't impressed with any of them. There was construction going on at one of the points (due to beach erosion, I think) which restricted access to that area. We paid $9 to enter $3 for each adult (2 of us) and $3 for our car. The area is maintained by the Trustees of Reservations. Our receipt from this entrance fee granted us admission into the Cape Pogue area farther north on the island later that day.
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