Reid State Park

Reid State Park

At low tide in Reid State Park, a whole alien universe thrives in the park’s shallow tidal pools. Bright green algae clings to boulders, along with barnacles, sponges, and the occasional starfish. Tiny crabs skitter among the rocks, and the intricate spiraling shells of the sea snails are like found art objects buried in mats of rockweed.

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