A wide white sand beach located at the eastern most tip of the island. This charming beach is a little more difficult to get to than the others, which means few people and a mellow atmosphere. One of the few places on island where you can see seals. Stop by the Sconset Cafe for homemade granola. This is the beach to be at to watch a sunrise!
Getting here; Accessible by NRTA shuttle in season or a 6-mile ride from town on the Milestone Road bike path or take Polpis Bike path for a somewhat more challenging ride. It is one of the few island beaches that can be easily accessed by seniors (no steep inclines). Surf can be heavy with strong currents.
Tips: There are lifeguards on duty and the beach is relatively uncrowded. Parking is limited but is a short walk from the bus stop. There is a cute play ground for kids nearby. The ground just inside the surf is covered in rocks and shells and water shoes help. Surf can be a soup of seaweed and other aquatic ingredients depending on the time of year.