Is Crescent Beach swimmable?

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asked Jul 22, 2023 in Swimming & Diving by 1983dg (460 points)
Is Crescent Beach swimmable?

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answered Jul 28, 2023 by Higgonbottom (13,070 points)
Crescent beach is swimmable in the roped family friendly swimming area of Crescent Beach that is for swimmers of all ages.

The roped swimming area of Crescent Beach also has lifeguards on duty from the months of Late June to Labor Day.

Although if you do go swimming at Crescent Beach you should be know that there is a strong undertow that is from tidal actions and from adjacent Nicomekl River.

Crescent Beach is a quiet beach that is located on the southernmost part of Florida's Historic Coast.

Crescent Beach is also found in a mostly residential area that makes the experience and visit to Crescent Beach personal and quiet as well as relaxing.

Crescent Beach is an unincorporated census-designated place in St. Johns County, Florida, United States.

The population was 985 at the 2000 census.

Crescent Beach is a beautiful stretch of the Florida coast just south of St. Augustine.

The Crescent Beach gets it's name from the natural shape on the coastline.

The hard-packed sand lends itself to activities including beach bike rides, walks, frisbee, and volleyball.

Crescent Beach's waters are clean, the sand is white, no trash at all, no crowds, good waves.

Like its sister beach to the north, Crescent Beach boasts white sand and turquoise waters.

While similar in beauty, Crescent Beach is often much less crowded than Siesta Beach, making it an attractive family-friendly destination for the season.

Enjoy swimming, beach volleyball and scenic views from the pier and nature trails.

The best beach access points are found on Beecher Street, Sullivan Street, and Target Street.

Crescent Beach was added to the park system in 1962 and opened to the public in 1966.

It's located right off of route 77 in Cape Elizabeth.

There is an $8.00 entrance fee for non-residents and an $6.00 entrance fee for Maine residents, but trust me, it's well worth it.

Locals love Crescent Beach because it is wide, has convenient parking, and isn't as congested as many beaches tend to be.

Because it is in the southern end of Florida's Historic Coast, it maintains an “old Florida” vibe as a quieter beach with white sand and located in a mostly residential area.

Crescent Beach State Park is a classic saltwater beach park with beach grass-studded sand dunes, ocean breezes, herring gulls, picnic areas and views of fishing boats and an offshore island.

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