Typical view [?]
NOTE: You hear some but we saw few.
NOTE: And sealife maybe
NOTE: Not grassy but there is a slope to it and trees to climb over
NOTE: Tends to be windy so not so much
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It's unusual for Florida - it's a trail going through sort of scrub under oaks going along a sort of seaside soil cliff. Then at the end you make it down to a somewhat narrow beach below that's lined with tons of dead trees. I assume they slowly fall off the cliff.
Sea birds in distance. We heard some birds in the forest but didn't see them.
Didn't get the impression a lot here.
I believe there was a bathroom and BBQ area at parking lot, photo overlook area.
At least an hour and a half - you have to walk through the forest trail for about a half hour to reach the actual beach.
This was the northernmost stop on our Jacksonville / NW florida trip. Glad we stopped. The whole thing was pretty otherworldly. The forest was odd - thriving scrubby young oak trees and tall oaks - some not so healthy over head. The ocean is much more intense here than much of Florida as well. You walk through that for a half hour then it opens up into this private little strange area of dead trees. The top seemed like it belonged in New England in a way and the bottom seemed like the Olympic peninsula of Washington state (with heavy imagination on both).
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