Trekkers, boaters, canoeists, hikers, kayakers, and scuba divers can all find experiences there.
A number of guided tours are available, and each guest receives a hard hat as well as headlamp.
It offers guests the chance to go trekking and see birds.
It is one of the most picturesque parks in the nation with over 42,000 acres of breathtaking natural splendor, featuring sandstone cliffs, beach, and forests.
The park has a walking trail, educational events, and interpretive exhibits.
The park has the longest sands east of the Mississippi and 64 miles of curved sand shorelines.
Birdwatchers frequently visit the recreation area, where they are rewarded for their perseverance with breathtaking views of bald eagles as well as osprey.