Stone Harbor Point
Stone Harbor Point is a very special place. It’s a designated conservation area and, because of this, its uses are limited.
It is a place to enjoy nature walking, fishing, beachcombing and bird-watching. When you visit the point, please do your part. Stay out of areas protected for beach-nesting birds. If you see shore birds or their young resting or feeding on the beach, give them wide berth and don’t cause them to fly. It wastes critical energy and impacts their health and well-being.
Remember ~ dogs are never permitted at Stone Harbor Point because the birds think they are predators.
Enjoy the beauty and wonders of the special place that is Stone Harbor Point and remember that for the species that spend time there, it’s a critical place. With habitat loss and coastal development, the point provides some of the last great wild places for their survival.
You never know what you’ll see during a visit to the point. It’s a great place to catch a glimpse of some amazing wildlife in action and also a great place to help them as well as reconnect with the wonders of Seven Mile Beach.