This beach is a family favourite and has great trails and sandy areas. The north walk takes you past the group campsite and follow the beach to a small hidden waterfall. The south walk takes you to the end of the beach where there is some interesting intertidal pools at low tide.
Reviewed 09 July 2015
We visited French Beach twice during our recent trip. This is a very rocky beach but it is great to sit and watch the tide come in. The beach is covered with small smooth rocks. When the tide comes in it moves the rocks towards the beach. When the tide goes out the rocks move back out and rub against each other making a great sound. Could sit there for hours listening to the relaxing sound.
Reviewed 07 July 2015
Great spot for when you’re not quite feeling up for a hike, but want to go to the beach with the kids. The beach is very large round rocks, so not sandy, but still fun.Be warned, it’s somewhat hilly. They have a great playground here and dogs are allowed. There are campgrounds nearby that seem to be popular. We’ve been here atlas a dozen times; we go here when we don’t quite want to endure the trek of Mystic Beach or China Beach but still want to get some fresh air.
Reviewed 10 December 2014