Salinas Point

Mar 1, 2012 by Don MacKenzie

Do you ever feel like going on beach runs or visiting neighboring towns around Rocky Point but don’t want to do it alone?

The last several years I have spent many months searching beach routes from Puerto Peñasco to neighboring fishing communities of El Golfo de Santa Clara (to the north), Santo Tomas, Desemboque, and Puerto Lobos (to the south).
The last couple of years I’ve been leading and co-leading weekly beach runs to these towns and other areas on the beach in search of beautiful scenery, sea shells and adventures with other enthusiasts (beach bums). We have also come across the remains of seals, dolphins, tortoises and even whales. The Bahia de Adair and Salinas Point are among the most beautiful beach scenes anywhere.

Anyone who would like to join us on these adventures is welcome to come along. We meet at Playa Bonita RV Park at the front gate at 9:00 AM on Mondays. (We leave at 9am so be there a little early so we don’t miss you.) You will need a street legal, road worthy 4×4 or sand buggy. Bring a lunch, as we usually go about 50 miles on pavement and are gone most of the day.

We can help inexperienced and newcomers learn how to drive in the sand and how to heat burritos on the manifold for a great hot lunch on some of the most beautiful and remote beaches anywhere. You can contact me, Don MacKenzie at (970) 270-5819. We look forward to you joining our group and seeing what lies beyond Puerto Peñasco.

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