Activities within Walking Distance of Sea Salt:
The Beach! / Jennette’s Pier:
Our best beach access is at Jennette’s Pier because there’s also a public restroom area and showers. The beaches are wide and generally not too crowded. And, if it gets a little too hot – you can take a break under the pier itself.
Pro Tip: There’s no fee to sit in the rocking chairs and the benches towards the right side of the pier. We enjoy watching people on the beach hunt crabs at night or even taking in a storm from that area – and the pier is open pretty late.
If the Jennette’s Pier beach area is crowded, you can also head to another public beach access that’s about the same distance away. Cut across the street at 7/11 and you’ll see the parking lot/beach access behind it.
Located just three houses down and on our side of the road (head in the direction of the pier, it’s right across the street from the pier) – Whalebone Park is a playground and park area with lots of equipment to keep children busy. You’ll also find a bocce and volleyball court as well as covered picnic tables. You can see the park from our back deck. This is a great way to run off energy at the end of the day while watching the sun go down!
There is a walking/jogging/bike trail across the beach road and it goes for miles in either direction. Bring your bike or running shoes – or rent them just down the street.
Located on the bypass at the East Gull Street stoplight – your typical local memorabilia and
Pirates and Pixies:
Located behind Sea Salt and next to Taco Bell/KFC, this is a local toy store that’s also an easy walk for the family.
Not really an “activity” but don’t forget 7/11 for those items you forgot at home or the milk for your coffee – and for a Slurpee break on a hot beach day!
Enjoy the Ride:
Want to rent a golf cart, bike or fun “scoot coupe?” Enjoy the ride is just a couple blocks north of us on the beach road and rents all of these items. They’ll even deliver.