Northwest Point is a great place to go bird watching. The beach and cliff coastal region, as well as the inland saline ponds, both attract birds.

Ospreys, brown pelicans, terns, American oyster catchers, gulls, green herons, yellow-crowned night herons, reddish egrets, stilts, warblers, and ducks are common sightings.



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17 reviews
  • ArmyAlphaGam
    a month ago

    Do. Not. Go. Here. We got stuck in the sand, nowhere near the beach. Waited over 2 hours for a tow service, which was really just 3 guys in a small car that dug us out. And cost us $350. Awful!!

  • Dinara Key
    Dinara Key
    8 months ago

    Beautiful park, island. Breathtaking view!

  • Lubos Runcak
    Lubos Runcak
    9 months ago

    Nice place, can get there with any car, just drive slowly. Beach was empty when we got there.

  • Scott & Kylee Gauthreaux

    This beach is definitely more remote. You drive ~4.5 kilometers (~2 miles) on a dirt road until it comes to an even tinier sand road that can only fit a small car. Based on other reviews we decided to park the car and walk the small sand road (about 15-20 minutes). Once we got to the beach there was a TON of sea grass, but we walked to the official point and the view was totally worth it. The beach was really nice and the water looked great. Overall super awesome/adventurous experience.

  • Sarah Ouellette
    Sarah Ouellette
    a year ago

    Cool spot to watch the sunset. Recommend a 4x4 vehicle to access. We were the only two people out there when we went. The road is very narrow and impossible to pass another vehicle along the majority. We stopped just short of the end as the road got more sandy and we were concerned about getting stuck in the sand. It was a short walk to the coast. The terrain is very rough and I highly recommend propper shoes and bug spray. There are two ship wrecks on the beach that are cool to check out.

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