from St. John Off The Beaten Track ©
2006 Gerald Singer
The sand and coral rubble beach
is mostly used by people from the neighborhood or by boaters who
have their boats moored here.
From the Texaco Station go 1.1 miles east on route 104. Turn right
on Chocolate Hole East Road. Drive to the end of the black top
road and park by the beach.
Look for conch, turtles, rays and juvenile fish in the thick seagrass
bed lying just offshore of the beach. Near the point on the left
(east) side of the bay lies a fringing reef where you can observe
larger fish as well some corals and other invertebrates.