Visitors may swim, picnic, surf, scuba dive, or snorkel at the beach. Those who enjoy kayaking or canoeing can paddle through the lagoon and visit Munyon Island – an outer part of the park with its own rich history worth exploring. Additionally, anglers can fish in the lagoon and other non-swimming areas of the beach. If you’d like to take a break from the sun, the William T. Kirby Nature Center features multiple exhibits about the park’s unique natural history and contains live animal exhibits. Open daily, John D. MacArthur State Park is an environmental treasure that offers something for everyone!