This beach area has a good parking lot (costs $10 to park) and it is close to the beach area, but there is a very rough patch of gravel type road just before the approach to the lot. Not sure why this is not being fixed. There were enough spots open but we did see a few people parked along the sides. So my guess is that it is usually crowded in the mornings and it tapers down past noon (we went there at around 2:30 PM). There is enough sand for you to put up your tent, umbrella etc. and still be away from the water. It is a great place to take a stroll along the shoreline. There were lots of families with little children jumping into the water etc. But do watch out for those pesky seagulls!!! :) They look well fed with french fries etc. and don't want to leave the shore to look for food in the water.
There are good restrooms but by the time we were done, they were totally trashed with feminine products, sand and toilet paper all over the floor. The faucet to wash your hand is outside so if you are worried about germs etc., better carry a hand sanitizer before you go inside. For $10, they could do a slightly better job with the restrooms but there is only so much you can do after paying for maintaining the beach and parking lot. All in all, a good place for a fun day outing with family.
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