This is a wonderful strip of beach, sand and waves! You enter off of Rte 17 through trees which open to large tidal wetlands often with a variety of birds and even more times alligators sunning themselves on parcels of sand bars. Once across bridge you enter the main area of Huntington Beach. There are two parking areas - one is to the left (less crowded) and one straight a head which is also combined with a camping area to the left and around the curve is the main park area with the ranger station and a small food venue. They have a very good bathroom building; though you are looking at stairs or a ramp to reach it! The parking area is quite large (I have never seen it full). The walk to the beach is a hundred yards + over a sand dune. Sand is hot!! Beach goes on for what seems like forever without hotels, food or even a Starbucks!
You can see down the beach without a blemish until in the far distance is Litchfield with houses.It also was part of the Huntington Estate (Think Brookgreen across Rte. 17.) in the name a Atalya, the summer home of the artistic Mrs Huntington. It is a true day at the beach with sun, sand, waves with a little history thrown in! They have lifeguards during the summer.
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