Coin Beach, named due to 1875 Shipwreck just north of bridge, surfing area
Coin beach was named as a result of copper coins washing up on the shore in the past 30 years from the shipwreck of the Faithful Steward in 1785. See the Faithful Steward post. Coin Beach as well as eight other spots in the Seashore State Park now have 50ft poles on the ocean side of the road, all installed by Verizon in 2020, during the pandemic.
Three historical buildings, site of shipwrecks, pristine seascapes: Now with poles