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Grady’s Spit

At the northern extremity of the Mallows embayment, several ship remains have created a landmass known as Grady’s Spit, which provides a welcomed landing destination for the weary paddler to get out and stretch legs on a small beach. Use caution, as the beach is usually covered with driftwood at the high tide mark as well as iron and wood projections from the wrecks lying beneath it. Swimming from the spit is not recommended due to the submerged debris in and around the beach areas.