July 23, 2017

Cape Point Open, but High Tide Access is Iffy

This morning at Cape Point, a resource protection area to protect piping plover chicks was expanded to include the bypass road south of beach access Ramp 44.

The beachfront south of Ramp 44 remains open to ORVs and pedestrians, but please be aware of high tides if you plan on traveling to the Cape Point area as the beachfront is often not passable during high water. The next high tide is tonight at 8:17 pm, so please consider departing the Cape Point area prior to that time in order to safely exit the beach. Seashore staff will be on site providing safety messaging and will intensively monitor the resource protection area to protect the chicks and help maintain access.

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