This easy shore-side walk offers scenic ocean views and glimpses of palatial summer homes. It starts at Arundel Beach, which is beside the sinuous, two-lane Ocean Avenue, just across from the Colony Hotel. It passes St. Ann's Episcopal Church, which is a splendid and rustic stone seasonal chapel, and the Walker’s Point summer-home compound of former President G.H.W. Bush. Among the walk’s more intriguing natural landmarks are Spouting Rock and Blowing Cave. The winding walk can be continued inland onto Turbats Creek Road. Walkers and bicyclists then can turn west onto Wildes District Road and onto Maine Street to make a 5-mile (8-km) loop back toward the village’s Dock Square. Parking is possible at Arundel Beach or in rare turnouts along Ocean Avenue. Be sure to have a camera – at least for the shorefront part of the walk and at dawn and dusk (on most days).
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