Log Cabins has been a favorite among advanced surfers for decades. It's right reef break is fairly consistent all winter, drawing expert surfers looking for a thrill. The waves can be deadly to those who don't know what they're doing, and it is not a beach for swimming or other water activities. Occasionally during the summer months when the currents are a bit calmer, you will see local kids out body boarding, but unless you're strong in the water and familiar with the reef here, it is better to stay on shore and enjoy the wide, beautiful beach and the tide pools that are present at most time of year. A dangerous shore break, strong currents, and waves that can reach upwards of 30' make this beach and the surrounding areas extremely hazardous. There is no lifeguard at this break.