All 27 miles of Bolivar Peninsula are beachfront. Crystal Beach is the most inhabited part of the peninsula, but you can find peaceful stretches of beach all throughout the year. Most neighborhoods have thru-streets with beach access. Some areas may get more visitors during the high season, but you’ll find more family-oriented areas the farther east you go. Driving on the beach, campfires, grills, beach camping and beach combing are permitted on our beaches.
For day-trippers, the most popular roads to use to get to the beach include Rettilon Road (closest to ferry landing), Crystal Beach Road, Kahla Drive and Stingaree Road.