The beach at Cedar Point varies quite a bit throughout the year and depending on conditions. At times its one of the most beautiful locations in the county and at other time stagnant ponds form and seaweed collects. Regardless of what the current conditions are at Cedar Point, nature lovers and the adventurous will enjoy the journey out.
5 star rating for Cedar Point by Visit Turks and Caicos Islands
Waves at Cedar Point, Middle Caicos.
This beach is also sometimes considered part of
Wild Cow Run.
Found on the far northeastern end of Middle Caicos, Cedar Point Beach offers some of the best beach landscapes in the country. Large amounts of sand here form lagoons and sand bars, which shift over time with the larger storms. The densest and largest Casuarina tree forest in the country is also located here growing along the beach and provides excellent shade.
To the east of Cedar Point is
Dickish Cay and
Joe Grant Cay. With the exception of the small Windward Going Through Channel between Middle Caicos and Dickish Cay, the clear water in this area is very shallow.
Getting to Cedar Point Beach
The amazing colors at the channel at Cedar Point between Middle Caicos and Dickish Cay.
Take the paved road from
Bambarra towards Lorimers. Directly before you reach Lorimers, turn left onto the unpaved road and continue for 2.5 miles (4km) (you will pass the sign for
Haulover Plantation on your left after 1.7 miles (2.7km)). At this point, you should reach a four way intersection around a small triangular island of vegetation. As you approach this, keep right and take the first right. The road should then continue for 4.2 (6.8km) miles to Cedar Point. A short walking path leads from the end of this road through the trees to the beach.
NOTE: Cedar Point Beach is very remote. If your vehicle breaks down or gets stuck in the sand, you’ll have a 7 mile (11.3km) walk to the nearest settlement (the tiny village of
Lorimers). Be sure to bring plenty of drinking water.