"In the spring bring a kite, in the summer carry a bathing suit and towel, and in the fall take along a book to identify seashells, especially if you opt to camp here and anticipate having some time on your hands. This 2-mile-long beach lies between the Atlantic Ocean and Ninigret Pond, a popular spot for clamming, in the Ninigret Conservation Area. As with most ocean walks, there are no paths to follow, just the water’s edge, so children can lead the hike just as well as the parents.
Although it may seem that without trail intersections, stream crossings, or rocky scrambles, a hike such as this might get monotonous, the ocean never ceases to fascinate younger folks. They thrill to the sheer expanse of water and to the roaring, rolling waves that continuously deposit tiny treasures in the sand for collecting or tossing back into the foamy water. In the summertime, the parking lot (which accommodates fewer than 100 vehicles, for a fee, in-season) often fills quickly; so arrive early or hike in the off-season."