Beautiful location and views, easy trail loops for a leisurely stroll (1.5 mile Ocean View trail and 1.2 mile Flint Point trail), great for families (no dogs allowed, however). The parking lot did fill up quickly on this Saturday morning and we saw lots of folks getting fishing gear out for casting off the rocks (you could alternatively park at Second Beach and walk over). The Ocean View trail reminds me somewhat of the Marginal Way in Ogunquit with the rocky coastline and booming surf - looking like what I imagine the Marginal Way may have looked before it was paved and fenced. The visitor center was quite charming and informative as well, kind of like a small natural history museum (opens at 10AM; clean restrooms inside; tiny gift shop). It has a nice topographical map which displays the trails and surrounding area; displays of the wildlife endemic to the refuge; the geological origins of the site; and a history of the settlement of the area from native Americans to current Americans.