Anne's Beach Visitors Guide
Anne’s Beach is dedicated to local environmentalist Anne Eaton. The beach is known for its tranquil, calm waters that are perfect for swimming. Since Anne’s Beach is surrounded by mangrove trees, there is very little wave action. You can snorkel or swim the day away while looking for octopuses or other types of sea life. Small children can enjoy the water safely, or you can use the beach for kayaking, paddleboarding, or other water sports. Anne's Beach is a popular destination for kiteboarders, and due to its wide expanse of shallow water, it’s the perfect learning environment for beginning kiteboarders.
Anne’s Beach also features a boardwalk that spans from the parking area to the beach itself. This makes it easy to access and explore. It is also handicap accessible. There are several other amenities available at Anne’s Beach, including picnic tables, barbecue grills, and restrooms. There is also a playground nearby bursting with fun activities for children. There are swings, slides, and climbing equipment that will keep kids busy for hours. This makes for a great destination for families.Read more
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. Anne’s Beach is a public beach.
Anne’s Beach is open from sunrise to sunset.
Yes. Anne’s Beach has public restrooms.
Dogs are allowed as long as they are on a leash.