Cable Bay is a must-see for the mid-Island explorer, especially if they continue to walk the extra kilometer to Joan Point Park at Dodd Narrows — the site of a powerful tidal current. You can sit on the mossy rocks or grass here and watch boats as they are carried through the rocky channel. There is a lot of sandstone beach to explore here, especially at lower tides. A well-established trail starts at the parking area and descends gently for a little less than 2km. Then it crosses a pedestrian bridge and emerges above a beach of stone. You can continue to the right, following the shoreline as close to the water as possible, according to the tideline.