oak point beach was recently donated to the island heritage trust by elizabeth compton. the traditional name of the beach is gray's cove, but all i have ever heard it called is oak point beach. it is a beautiful beach that is rarely crowded. many of the times i have been there, i have been the only one there.
the cache is a large lock n lock.
to get to oak point, after going across the deer isle causeway, turn left onto the reach road (.09 miles). take the reach road to the end (3.6 miles) - it becomes oak point road at the point that fish creek road joins on the right. another way to get there is to take the sunshine road (across from the mill pond irving) to the greenlaw district road (1.4 miles), which then becomes fish creek road for 1.1 miles; turn right onto oak point road.
enjoy the beach!