Originally Posted by Whiteymorange
The beach is a private association, (groomed, watched, etc.) so a pass is necessary. Unfortunate but true in this rather overpopulated part of the world.
Thanks for the explanation. It just sounded strange to me. In the UK, anything which gets covered by water at high tide cannot be owned by anyone.
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