Big Talbot is worth seeing if you find yourself in the area.
Big Tal is wild. You have to walk about half a mile through a forest depending on where you park. When the trees finally open up you are dumped right on to bone beach, which looks kind of like the elephant graveyard in the Lion King. This is the most driftwood I've ever seen in one place.
The sand isn't as white as nearby beaches, and there's not much of a place to lay out or walk because of all of the driftwood. Neighboring Amelia, Little Talbot, and Hugenot all offer whiter beaches with more room to walk around, but it's worth the walk just to see all of the driftwood.
You can park by the road at either of the two entrances, and you drop off 3 dollars in a security box per vehicle. You get a tag for your window but it's kind of on the honor system. I've never seen anyone checking tags.
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