When You Can’t Go Any Further West

Charlie and Lu Ann Plyler at Polihale State Park

Charlie and Lu Ann Plyler at Polihale State Park.

How far would you go to see the perfect sunset? For us, it was 5 miles down a rutted and extremely bumpy road through a cane field to get to Polihale Beach. It was highly recommended to go by 4WD, but we made the trip with 2 Dodge Caravans.

Our group of 9 people, along with about dozen other people on our one mile stretch of beach (of the almost 17 miles of sand and dunes) witnessed an incredible sunset.

For more information on the beach at Polihale State Park, visit here. I highly recommend a trip to the beach if the weather is dry. I hear that the state closed the road due to flooding on August 25th. Hopefully, they will have it repaired soon.

Sunset at Polihale State Park

Our Sunset at Polihale State Park.


Author: Charlie

Charlie Plyler is a husband and father. He is also an associate broker at Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Generations with offices in Mobile and on the Eastern Shore. (For his real estate website, go to ForSaleMobile.com) In addition to being a real estate agent, Charlie also owns an Internet Marketing Consulting company for brick-and-mortar businesses. He loves meeting and sharing stories with new friends. With his diverse hobbies of photography, SCUBA, and travel, there is always plenty to share.

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