We stayed at this beach for our annual New Year's Camping Trip in 2019. One of our sons lives nearby, so we decided to turn our visit into a camping trip. Robert found this free place to camp; Mary was skeptical. A free beach on New Year's Eve? She could just imagine the place crawling with drunken teenagers. But, it wasn't like that at all.
The white speck in the background is Robert's truck.
When we arrived, we drove down (on the beach) to the furthest place we could. We had that whole section of the beach to ourselves. Well, except for a creepy doll attached to a post.
With visions of Chucky dancing in her head, Mary thought it was best to just let it be. So it stayed.
Our campsite was pretty basic. We didn't put the utility tent up since there was no need for privacy. As mentioned above, we had that whole section of the beach to ourselves.
Rhino-Rack saved us from getting eaten alive at dusk.
Fires are allowed on the beach, so Mary enjoyed her first-ever beach fire.