I hear you need to go here in the morning when no one else is there. I was there around 11 and it was crowded! However, it was still great. I brought my snorkel gear, jumped in the water, and swam 2 minutes to the other side. When I reached the rocks at the other side, I saw a long 2-3 foot blue eel swim into the rocks at the very bottom. I was lucky.
A great free place to visit if you are in the area. Plus the hike is pretty nice past the salt area. Make sure to wear sturdy shoes.
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