Very quite small beach. I would say this beach is more for fishing or seeing the horseshoe crabs. Not big waves so that is a plus. We did see a small shark while watching the water. Saw people fishing and people that live there walking their dogs. A lot of stones not many shells. Now the could do without part.... 更多
Stopped here simply by accident on a weekday morning in late May. Just followed the signs from the main road. To my surprise and amazement, there were thousands of horseshoe crabs crowded onto the shoreline. There was a naturalist there running a field trip and he explained that it was horseshoe crab mating season. Along with the tourists, I helped... 更多
Pickering was a nice secluded beach that was out of the way of city folk. The beach and surrounding properties could definitely use a good cleaning before the summer season!
We visited in the winter for something to do to get out of the house and had a great time. The beach was covered with interesting shells, rocks, egg casings, etc. The area itself felt deserted and several of the homes along the beach were boarded up with windows broken out. When you walk on the beach you are right... 更多
If you go there early spring you can watch all the horseshoe crabs mat and wash up on the beach. Bring mosquitoe spray with you, the horse flys will tear you up.
When I was about 10 my parents built a cottage at Pickering Beach.. we lived there all summer long as did the Felty.'s. Jamisons, Halls, with a lot of families coming and going to their little cottages.. there weren't any summer homes like there are now...very modern... we stopped in for a visit last summer and we were told to... 更多
Its a private tucked away place with public access through a walk trail to the beach. The walk is about 100 feet straight onto the beach over a sandy path not suitable for wheelchairs. Walk up and down enjoy the sun rise and beach combing. Parking is limited. Its a residential small neighborhood.