Getting to Taylor Bay Beach requires a 20-30 minute drive for those visitors staying on the north side of Provo.
There’s also some challenge with parking and finding a path to the beach. Although the beach is public, the homeowners in the area don’t appreciate all these strangers parking randomly in the neighborhood and then cutting across their yards... so they do what they can to make it hard on visitors hoping to trample their landscaping while attempting to access Taylor Beach
I feel it is the coolest beach I’ve seen on the island and worth the trouble, but don’t go if you can’t bring a bit of adventuresome spirit with you.
The following instructions provide a good easy access route to the beach:
Drive all the way down S. Dock Rd through the industrial district (NOT the postcard perfect part of Provo). You will finally come to an S-curve w/a gas station on the left, followed by a large yellow stucco building on the right. Turn right onto the road immediately after the building. There’s a sign “Chalk Sound”
Look at odometer and proceed 1.3 km to a road “Ocean Point Drive” on the left. Turn here & go another 0.2km to SuLMar resort entrance on right. You’ll see 4-6 cars belonging to other beach seekers there on the right side of the street-park & lock.
Walk to SuLMar gate and then take the dirt corridor on the LEFT side of this entrance gate. It’s basically a 15 ft wide dirt road all the way to the beach (~200 yard walk)
Go ahead, if you can handle a little adventure, I think it’ll be worth your trouble
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