As a former local resident, this was somewhere I went often, to enjoy excercise, a quiet walk, bird watching. I try to go when ever I come back and visit. This is an example of unspoiled seashore, marshland and scrub forest that is now rare in some parts of New England. It is part of the Great Marsh and is a great attractant to wildlife. To enjoy viewing wildlife it is always best to go in early morning or late afternoon or evening. That is when animals are most active. But even in the middle of the day, there are superb views of dunes, shore, marsh and woods. It is a favorite haunt of local birdwatchers and photographers. There are several trails that are an easy walk, so you often see families there on weekends. You also see people jogging and bycicling. You can also launch kayaks from an area near lot 1. If you are there in the summer, then some of the beach areas are closed for nesting piping plovers, a tiny little bird, an endangered species. However, you can drive to the beach at the end at Sandy Point State Park.
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