Also known as Sachuest Beach, this bay faces SW, catching all the sea breeze windswell. It will handle a bit of size, especially at higher tides. Bigger and better shaped peaks than 1st Beach. At the eastern end, a protected left pointbreak called “The Dumps” cranks up when both the swell and an E wind picks up.
Seaweed is the biggest problem here in the summer designated surfing area along with some jellyfish. Good access and facilities in this National Wildlife Refuge.