The terrain rating is 4 stars because you need a boat (kayak, canoe, or small powerboat) to access the cache, or must be a strong swimmer. At the site, the terrain is 1.5 with some possibly steep terrain, depending on which trail you take in. There is a cool "homestead" on the island - it doesn't look to be in use yet this year, but please be courteous if you encounter people using it. This is a pretty classic hide, and not too difficult (accuracy was about 25 feet), so no hints for now.
This island is a popular resting spot for kayakers, and the swimming is nice off the island - warm, clean water, fairly gradual drop-off. There is plenty to see in the cove, and the area makes for a great day of paddling, swimming, and clamming.
The entrance to the cove is off of route 24 North, and is the same parking for the BLUEBELL cache.
This cache also contains a stamp and ink pad, so if you letterbox, please bring your stamp and stamp into the logbook. Have Fun!