In summer the low tides are during daylight, and the next two days are an opportunity to see creatures uncovered by the low tides. On Tuesday June 5 there will be a minus 3.8 tide at Noon, and on Wednesday June 6 the low there will be a minus 3.4 tide at 1 PM. It’s best to arrive maybe a half hour before the low point. Volunteer beach naturalists will on site to answer questions.
If you walk north around the point about a half mile from the bridge over the railroad tracks you will find the best viewing of creatures like sea stars and anemones.
The next opportunity for low tide viewing will be on July 2, 3 and 4th.
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