Directions tell you to go to the end of Rt 96. What they don't tell you is that once you get there, you want to drive around this small road and get to the other side of the point to actually see the sunset.
Parking was tight and probably illegal. The point is made up of very large rocks that are easy to climb on to and make yourself a perch to watch the sun go down. There were sunset seekers there in their own chairs! What I wouldn't give to own one of the houses on the point. I'm sure it's nothing new to them, but sitting and watching the sun go down every night? Like a slice of heaven.
Interestingly enough, just as the sun was going below the horizon, there was a flash of red. Not sure if I captured it well on camera, but it was breathtaking.
Hope you enjoy!