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Ocean Ridge Real Estate

Two county parks and a natural area make this gem a maritime, eco-tourist haven. Ocean Ridge Hammock Park is nestled in a raised green-canopied area with a wooden walkway and observation platform to the beach, so it’s the perfect intro for those who want that serene beach experience.

Bring your book, then lie back and enjoy. Ocean Inlet Park has a jetty and marina access open 24 hours, making this an excellent spot for boaters and jet skiers to dart to the ocean or Intracoastal Waterway. Fish right off the jetty, day or night. The increased nursery and feeding habitat for fisheries and wildlife of the Ocean Ridge Natural Area is a popular site during the day, with a walking trail, two-story observation platform and educational kiosk.
Ocean Front Beach Park is another area to check off the list. It’s is open every day of the year with lifeguards on duty between 9am and 5pm. The park is fully equipped with tables, grills and restrooms so you can plan to spend the whole day out on the beach, soaking up the sun without having to leave. This area is also great for sea turtle watching from March 1–October 31. Follow this guide on Loggerhead Marinelife Center to ensure you make the most of your experience without disturbing the turtle’s natural ecosystem. When you’re ready for a rest, head up to Turtle Café for some classic beachside concessions.

The short or extended-stay rentals of the fully furnished studios, one-bedroom and two-bedroom suites of Sun Dek Beach House will make this watertime adventure a memorable reality. Discover this boutique hotel with its home-away-from-home appeal.