THE MOM TROTTER
Go one to two hours on either side of low tide, and expect to spend at least an hour to two hours there.
Pick a spot that you know will have some hot water when you dig, but make sure that spot isn’t too close to the danger sign. The water gets as hot as 64C (147F) so be careful.
I suggest freezing a few bottles of water and taking it with you. After sitting in the hot water and under the sun for a while, you will begin to get dehydrated.
Keep in mind that this beach is not for inexperienced swimmers. The hot water beach is well known for strong and fast forming rip currents and waves that can be very dangerous.