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COVID-19 Recovery: Now it is time to come back to Rocky Point

At Anchor Storage, we are so happy that our beaches are now open.  Also, we are so excited to see that so many of you are returning to Rocky Point. September is usually our least desirable month, but the Phoenix, Arizona area has been super hot outside, and we have an ocean here in Rocky Point.  Therefore, Rocky Point is very attractive right now.

As of late August, social-distancing was being practiced at the public beaches here in town.  And, public access was being controlled via sanitary entry points. So, if you are familiar with Rocky Point, you know that we have many beaches along our shores.  They stretch all the way from Bahia San Jorge to Laguna Shores and beyond.  Therefore, there is lots of open space to enjoy the Sea of Cortez. But if you are at a resort, hotel or public beach, please obey the rules so that we all can continue to enjoy Rocky Point’s beaches and ocean throughout this time of recovery from this global pandemic.

Sealions at Bird Island

Regarding the ocean, Gallapagos wildlife comes to mind and I was thinking about how you can never get this close to wildlife in their natural habitat.  This had me thinking to myself that these people are crazy and they need to come to Rocky Point where we can see dolphins pretty much any day of the week.  Also, we can swim with sealions at Bird Island.  Then, we can come up close and personal to whales during their migration. People go out in their kayaks and on their paddle boards all the time and have interactions with sea life – for free!

Just four hours from Phoenix and Tucson, what do you think? Come to Rocky Point!  We may not have giant iguanas like the Gallapagos islands, but there is much to see here in Rocky Point. And giving a shout-out to Mexico tourism, the beginning of this year started off fantastic with our first cruise out of Rocky Point.   On that cruise, you can see much of Mexico up and down the Sea of Cortez.  Also, you get to swim with whale sharks in La Paz. Crazy great experiences indeed!

Experiences of a lifetime

Probably one of the single most exciting experiences of you life – and I’m sure your life has been very exciting!  You can go whale watching in Rocky Point as well starting in December.  It is super inexpensive and very awesome. Mexico is so full of fantastic travel experiences and many of them are available right here in Rocky Point!  So now that we’re finally starting to recover from COVID-19, come visit Rocky Point to have the time of your life.

Come visit soon!

So come visit Rocky Point and discover the closest beach town to Phoenix, Arizona, only about 60 miles south oKeep in mind that even in whale season and for many different reasons no cruise can guarantee actual whale sightings. Suggested protocols to ensure the protection of whales during whale watching  trips:f the border.  And remember – after you visit, you’ll return frequently.  So, when that happens, remember Anchor Storage: the place to keep your things secure in Rocky Point.  It’s always easier to store your beach things, jet skis, and other large and small items than it is to haul them down time after time.

Thank you for reading Now it is time to come back to Rocky Point, written by Greg Hixon of RE-MEX-IMAGE and Hixonic Web Specialists.  You’ll uncover the many wonderful aspects of Rocky Point, Mexico, from blog posts like this.

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