When asking a friend who grew up in Rocky Point what he loved about our beach this is what he said: “I love Rocky Point. It’s the town I grew up in and its home. Growing up in Rocky Point made me become attached to the beach. I just can’t get enough of it, and in Rocky Point we are lucky to have many to choose from and all of them being so different. My favorite is Estero Morua, hands down! Since I was a kid, my family and I would go to the estuary every summer’s Sunday after church, and I can tell you that up to date I try my best to still do it. We drive through Las Conchas, past the sand dunes until we reach an ALL sand beach with little sand peninsulas that make your setting place truly yours; and if the tide is high, you get your own sea water pool, as you can dive into the water since it goes deep enough to do it. If you’re lucky enough, dolphins will swim up the estuary and come really close to you, as if they were your swimming guests. The sun sets behind the sand dunes, and when this happens, you’ll find yourself in the middle of tranquil, silver waters with streaks of purple, and realize it doesn’t get better than this. The list goes on and on, along with some great personal memories, but in short words this is why I love the Estero Morua and why it is my favorite beach in Rocky Point.” Thank you Armando Encinas for sharing Estero Morua with us.
Do you see the dolphins at play, the sun setting behind the sand dunes and feel the sea breeze on your face? Stop, close your eyes and be in this picture; I am…
Yes, there’s much more you can do in Rocky Point, our gem by the sea. We’ll save the sea adventures for another day.
Give yourself a gift of “time” and come to Rocky Point—you’ll be glad you did.