Now this is an amazing beach! We got there around low tide...making it look like an endless and the widest beach we have ever seen. It went on forever! Should you get there for a sunny day, there is no better place on earth. It's a quick .7 miles down. You will have to do a lot of log hopping to get to the beach as the is a huge pile of 'driftwood' trees at the mouth of the beach. We logged in a total of 4 miles here from start to finish most of it obviously on the beach itself. We went from end to end. Loads of tide pools and sea stacks to keep you busy. We had a nice lunch in a quiet corner. As it was lunch time, there were more people here, but being such a big beach you weren't tripping on one another. More campers here and the occasional dog...although dogs are not allowed on third or second beach. They were leashed and caused no problems.