In front of the Crystal Lake ‘development’ in Salt Pond and only 250' south of the North Salt Pond beach, the easiest access to this beach is from there. So I was torn as to where to put this beach. At low tide it’s a very easy walk over the rocks of the small point separating the two. At high tide, you might get a little wet from breaking waves. Although the view of this beach is more spectacular from the south, getting down the rather steep hill to the beach may be difficult, and it is a bit of a walk from the northern part of ‘Hardings Beach’ to the southern part of Crystal Lake.
So with all that, why put it in with Salt Pond beaches? Well, it is directly in front of Salt Pond. So, well, why not?
This beach is more akin to the those further north at Millers and McKinnons being a mixture of sand and rock tables rather than its next 'door' very sandy beach neighbors of N. Salt Pond and Hardings. I haven’t walked the full length of it to get to the southern end, but there is an inviting blue pool that begs dipping your toes into.