Good amount of parking. Needs to be a low tide if you want to make it around the rock formation to see the water fall. Several places to explore in the rock formations. Would have stayed longer but the thunder lightning and rain pushed us back to the car.
I'd read about this place but the timing was never right tide-wise. This time it was. So interesting! We walked the road around the point. Hard to imagine stage coaches doing the same thing.
nice little beach with a cool cave, and on the other side of the promontory to the north is a lovely waterfall! but beware of high tide. know your tide times before you venture around to the north. you could easily become trapped! the waterfall is wonderful and totally worth waiting for low tide. its not immediately around the first... 更多
I love this area because there is more diversity of birds and wildlife. It's a small park with 1 picnic table (there may be more in the summer but I was there in April) The path to the beach is steep.
We really enjoyed Hug Point Park. It was fun to explore the caves and with the heavy rain this spring the waterfall was really flowing well.
This is an absolute must stop most especially during low tide! If not present during low tide then you will wonder what the heck everybody is talking about. I have done this before I.e., showed up during high tide and thinking "ok, just more coast line, what gives?" However, low tide opens up a whole new world! Check your tide... 更多
We arrived early in the morning. The only other visitors were clam digging. Tides were low and we could walk everywhere. It was so beautiful, especially the waterfall and small caves. Wonderful beauty of nature!
I hesitate to review this beach because I really have fond feelings towards it. This beach has a great history (It used to boast a stagecoach road), and an interesting coastline. During certain times of the year it also has a sweet little waterfall. Although it received it's name for another reason, I always feel like I'm getting a hug... 更多