I am a world traveller who likes to learn new places and faces, wander with my man wherever the wind blows, and bring my three young adventurers along for the ride. I also love a good coffee.
Published December 12th 2012
This beach is a great place for introspection.
And cartwheels. And, and sandcastles.
We built a sandcastle empire. It had trade routes and everything. I'm pretty sure we were the only people on the beach. There are a few rough rock piers that we hiked all over as well. A ripped piece of appliance instructions in French found it's way to the rock pier. It was a great mystery. Some of us still think it was written by pirates. It was family fun at it's best.
A tagger ruined the entrance sign. It annoys me everytime I see it. Otherwise, Sandridge has lots of shell bits in the sand, but it's clean. It's wonderfully quiet. It's easy to get to, be on, and linger at.
There's a little ship-themed playground down on the left from the carpark. On the right of the carpark is a long wooden deck. There's a great bathroom with showers and all. Further right, there's a cafe. There are also some BBQ areas.