The place where we put in was a dirt road off of Rt 6A. You need to either be driving an SUV or be very careful if you drive a car down, as there are lots of big holes. Aside from this you need to make sure to watch the tide chart and put in 1-2 hours before high tide. Once in it is calm and beautiful. We even got to see a few herons. It was beautiful.
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