The walk to the pool is about a quarter of a mile through mild but rocky terrain. Wearing flip flops is not recommended. You can bring in a cooler, food, alcohol - as long as it is in a can. The beach is small but there was plenty of room to lay a towel out. The water was relatively clear and great to swim or float in. There are fish in there too so don't be alarmed! There is a walkway around the inside of the cove and stairs that lead down to the waterfall/rock/point of entry on the opposite side of the beach. It was a gorgeous sunny day and we had a great time hanging out for a few hours. The walk to the river is about twice as long, but not recommended. There was no beach, really no place to hang out, and a steep hill to traverse to get in the water. The river was running really slow so it would have been easy to get in and swim or float around. There are a few huge rocks to sit on or hang out on. The river was about chest deep for an adult.
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