Years ago, these four barrier sand islands were considered to be a spot for locals to go necking, but now the state park makes this beautiful area available for everyone, families included. There are miles of trails for hiking and biking, as well as opportunities for swimming, shelling, fishing or just sunbathing. The park also has miles of boardwalk, where you can stroll along the snow-white sand beaches. Visitors may see bottlenose dolphins, marsh rabbits and such birds as roseate spoonbills and even bald eagles. Concessions offer rentals of kayaks, bicycles, canoes, paddle boards and beach chairs and umbrellas.
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