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Is chocolate better with peanut butter? Does pineapple belong on pizza? Is Donald Trump a good president? Should I visit Discovery Bay with my kids?
There are lots of questions you and I may disagree on. But there is one question that is undeniably, unequivocally, abso-freaking-lutely a ‘yes’ to: the last one.
Good thing my single dad, parenting blog is here to bring you all the answers! 😛
Should I visit Discovery Bay with my kids?
Yes. Like I said: yes, again.
The beach is massive and has heaps of space available. Bring your own shade, however, because the massive beach has little of it.
The water is warm and pleasant with a sandy and clean bottom.
There are heaps of restaurants along the piernext to the beach and plenty of other establishments to explore including nearby grocery stores if you’re keen to bring some food and drinks to the beach.
What’s in it for the kids at Discovery Bay?
Well, the beach, for one.
But don’t miss the awesome zip line for kids!
You can watch this video of mine and Auburn’s day there where she took a ride on it. Needless to say, she loved it!
There is also a great playground right on the beach that the kids flock to.
What’s in it for the adults at Discovery Bay?
As I said before, food, drinks, and businesses are readily available in Discovery Bay.
The biggest draw for me is the ease of access. How to get to Discovery Bay?
If you make it to Central, head to Pier 3 where you’ll find a quick boat to Discovery Bay. After you get off the boat, you’re a 3-5 minute walk along the pier until you’re at the beach. It’s super easy to get there.
With mountains in the background and islands out to sea, it’s a wonderful place to relax.
So, if you’re asking yourself: should I visit Discovery Bay with my kids?
The answer is yes, you should.