Follow your dinner cooking and dining, with the best show on the island. Walk down to the beach to watch the moon rise over the water. Sorry, I don't have a photo.
The stars aren't bad either, though electric lights from offshore wash them out, somewhat.
Dress Code: Casual, of course!
The view from the campsite at Brick Hill Bluff
Absolutely alone with nature. I was here camping during a thunderstorm so intense we had to sit inside the tent to keep it from blowing away. You could see the storm approach across the river. Then the rain stopped and a hot wind came and dried everything completely. Then a beautiful sunset.
Dress Code: Wear insect repellent and long sleeves at dusk.
Go to the beach at nite to see the ocean glow with phosphorous. On a foggy night you can't see the horses on the beach but you sure can smell them
Dress Code: None