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We stayed at Rum Point so we walked/kayaked to Starfish Point several times. We saw a number of starfish each time. The best time to go is in the morning before 9:00. That way you can see more starfish before the crowds come.
We loved this place. We brought our snorkel gear and saw at least 30ish starfish. A couple were close to the sides but most of them were in the low grass seaweed area on the side. We saw a large stingray in the water on...More
We came an hour before sunset and found only a few boats there and some families playing on the sand beach and shallow water. Only my daughter had her swimsuit, so the rest of us just waded in. The starfish were out farther than we...More
Starfish point gives you easy access to starfish of all sizes. We really enjoyed being able to swim and sit along side them. The calm and shallow waters, make it a great place to take small children. Until an excursion boat showed up, we had...More
Really nice area! We arrived by driving to the spot but many came by boat. Once you get down to the beach and in the water there are hardly any rocks just hard ridges in the sand. Not bad for walking around. There were maybe...More
Unfortunately, the long drive it takes to get here is not worth what you'll see. If staying in the Seven mile beach area, it will take you close to an hour to get there. Once there, we only saw 5 starfish. It's possible due to...More
If you are in the north end of the island, it is worth stopping here. There are several star fishes in shallow waters. Several posted signs said there used to be many more but now only few remain. Yet, the fishes are beautiful and we...More
Last stop on our tour. Small beach area, but not crowded. There was someone setup selling lunch. The water was bathtub warm and the sand white. We found several starfish in just the 20 minutes we were there. So beautiful!
About an hour plus drive from Seven Mile Beach so plan a day trip. Watch your speed after you pass the QE Botanical Park for there were quite a few speed traps in the towns. The area has plenty of parking but no change rooms...More