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Plum Creek Beach

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Plum Creek Beach
Plum Creek Beach
Visitors having a picnic and a swim at Plum Creek Beach
Sunset view from Plum Creek Beach
Secluded Plum Creek Beach
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This beautiful beach is located across the creek, just off a dirt road, and at high tide the road is covered with water, so be careful when driving along. The road is a little rocky and is almost a mile long, and the water is shallow and sandy for a long ways out.

Recreational Opportunities
  • Snorkeling 
  • Swimming
  • Sunbathing
  • Stargazing
Seasons Accessible

Year Round

Fees: None

Accessibility Notes

Persons with mobility impairments or using a wheelchair will need assistance because of the rocky and sandy terrain.

For More Information, Contact:

Eleuthera Tourist Office
Queen's Highway, Governor's Harbour, CE
(242) 332-2142

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Latitude: 24.791892000
Longitude: -76.272363000
Elevation: 0 FT (0 M)
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