The splendor of Indian Sands is often overlooked because it cannot be seen from the parking area. A short hike through the woods is required to reach this archeological site that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean can be appreciated from the wind carved sand dunes as waves crash into the base of the cliff below.

Trek across the sand dunes as you bask in the view of the Pacific Ocean.

Crashing waves pound the rocks below the sand covered dune.

A large rock arch is one of the natural attractions easily visible on the southern end of the vista.

Bring your camera to capture an unforgettable sunset or sunrise on the ocean horizon.

Various fauna can be observed straggling across the sand and clinging to the edge of the cliff. Even wild strawberries if you explore during the right season.