Beverly Beach State Park Campground Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"The most scenic part of the nature trail follows Spencer Creek, which borders the campground to the south. (Access the trail from the C Loop near site C3.) After crossing Spencer Creek, the trail splits. Walking to the right takes you to the hiker/biker camp. Head left to walk along the creek. The trail follows the creek to a bridge crossing located in the G Loop. Note that in spring and fall, the trail may be a bit of a muddy mess. If you like to bicycle, park roads are open to bikes (helmets required). And in case you didn’t bring your own wheels, you can rent a fat-tire bicycle from the Spencer Creek Welcome Center (at the campground entrance) for $20 a day.
Divided into eight loops, the campground is large, with 128 tent sites—trailers of any kind are wisely forbidden in the tent-camping areas. There are also three group tent-camping areas. One attraction of this campground is that you can walk to the beach from your tent site through a tunnel under the highway, allowing for front-row seats to watch the sunset."