It provides traditional summertime entertainment, including games, rides, and tourist attractions.
Main Beach is well-liked for swimming and sunbathing, and it's fantastic for kids.
The seaside views and stunning sunsets along this section of sandy shoreline are also well-known.
Although it was constructed in 1914 to accommodate deep-water vessels, it is now used as a fishing pier and vantage point for tourists.
West Cliff Drive has a six-mile trail that follows the shoreline and offers a beautiful route for biking and strolling.
On a bluff with a view of the crashing surf, it is housed in the Mark Abbott Memorial Lighthouse (701 West Cliff Drive).
The mudstone cliffs' fissures are what gave rise to the magnificent sea arch that graces this beach.