Billy’s Bay Beach is a small fishing beach in St. Elizabeth. The closest town is Treasure Beach.
The beach is narrow with fine grey textured sand, there are small dunes within the backshore some of which have coastal plans such as Seaside Mahoe and Acacia. A concrete wall has been built along the back of beach which is used as a property boundary marker.
An extensive reef crest is located directly offshore the beach, on a section of which a beacon has been installed which is used to guide fishermen to prevent collision with the reef.
The beach lies along the Billy’s Bay main road and is accessed via a parochial dirt road. There are no designated parking areas, however areas exist that can facilitate a few vehicles.
A small shop is located on the property that serves drinks, visitors can also purchases fresh caught fish directly from the fishers. Light repairs are done to fishing boats.
The area is fit for fishing.
|Sea conditions||Calm at times, however the sea quite often gets rough with heavy currents|
|Lifeguard Service||No Lifeguards on Duty|
The beach lies along the Billy’s Bay main road and is accessed via a parochial dirt road.
|Owned by||National Environment and Planning Agency|