Originally Posted by cheoah
That's $75/month for non-residents, not too bad if you spend enough time there. Shakti is there a good place to land the dink for public beach access near the field? Still thinking about it, beach time would tempt the family
All of Peanut Island is a beach/park with snorkliing/small rocky area to entice fish
, a camp ground and paths. The manatee hang out there in winter and it is blue water
when the tide comes in. It can get pretty busy on a nice weekend and very quiet during the week. We like to go anchor up there and clean the boat bottom in the clear water
and hang out, kayak
The club itself has a small sandy beach with chairs and a boat house. There are kids
around a lot because they teach sailing classes
. The club and premises are pretty basic - the club is an old house with an office, dining/sitting area ( with wifi), a bar to mingle a couple of evenings a week, bathrooms with a couple of shower
stalls, a big porch where they host events
and on land dinghy storage
in the yard, which is extra. We actually paid to have a directional wifi antenna
installed in the boat house so we could get wifi
from the mooring field for members who live out there. It was a necessity for me to work. Right next door to the club is a small public access park and beach. It is ok. These are of course in the intercoastal and not Atlantic side.
North of Blue Heron bridge is a fairly large open area and the Munyon islands which have some beaches and are public access. I am sure there is public beach access at the inlet (Atlantic facing) as well but haven't really explored that. Atlantic side is mostly hotels and private residences.