Sea Glass - Cinnamon Beach, Palm Coast, Florida

by Stacey
(Florida, USA)

Cinnamon Beach

Cinnamon Beach

~ submitted by Stacey in Florida, USA

Name of  Beach and Comments:

Palm Coast, Florida -  Cinnamon Beach 

UNBELIEVABLE....found over 50 pieces in two days!

by Stacey

We appreciate this report - and all reports we receive. However, when evaluating a report, use good judgment.
  • No photos showing sea glass were included with this report.
As always, we remind folks that sea glass beach reports are not confirmed by Lin or me at Odyssey Sea Glass unless otherwise stated.

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Comments for Sea Glass - Cinnamon Beach, Palm Coast, Florida

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Aug 19, 2017
Florida seaglass
by: Carla

We have collected about 100 lbs of glass in the last year on the A 1-A Beaches near Sebastian Inlet, Fl. I might add we live here so are able to beachcomb often.

Jul 16, 2016
South Florida seaglass
by: TL

One of the comments above says Florida is very poor for Seaglass.

On my week off, this went to beach (somewhere in Palm Beach county. Went 2 days, about 1 and 1/2 hrs. 19 pcs.1 day & 10 pcs. the next day. I threw back many pieces for "more seasoning".

To me South Florida is very good, but some days the sea just doesn't give up the goods.

Oct 13, 2015
Lots of Sea Glass!!
by: Erika&Nick

My boyfriend and I were at Cinnamon Beach for a family vacation.

We found SO much beach glass! I couldn't believe how much brown we found off the bat, and then found white and green.

Being from New England, I was surprised how much we found.

Happy Searching !!

Sep 29, 2015
New Smyrna Beach, Florida
by: Markoe

New Smyrna beach is all sugar sand and has no sea glass, it is worse than poor.

I've lived here since 1971.

The best sea glass comes from rocky shore lines that will tumble the glass into frosted treasure.

Rated: Poor(0-3 jewelry grade pieces found per hour.

Sep 29, 2015
New Smyrna Beach, Canaveral National Seashore, Florida
by: Lisa Dutton

Just 10 minutes up the road from Smyrna - have always found glass on every trip... one trip we found 8 pieces, mostly green but one aqua and one frosted.

Aug 21, 2015
Cinnamon Beach a "No-Go"
by: Anonymous

I tried going to Cinnamon Beach Florida last year July 2014 because I saw on the internet this is a great place to find sea glass but soon found out that this is a private beach.

You cannot gain access to the beach unless you live there or are on vacation there.


Feb 02, 2015
Don't expect much sea glass
by: David

Please read the comments carefully before getting excited about finding sea glass in Florida.

The beaches are pretty much all sand that is probably hundreds of feet thick.

Sea glass gets buried.

Folks who have found sea glass in Florida are generally ones who live there are have spent hundreds of hours walking the beaches.

On a vacation trip to Florida you are likely to find zero sea glass.

On the other hand, beach combing can turn up some interesting finds that aren't sea glass, so you can look forward to enjoying the fabulous beaches of Florida as long as you don't hope to find sea glass.

Jan 28, 2015
traveling to Cinnamon beach this Mar.
by: Bjean

Inlive on Chesapeake Bay and have found some great pieces but now and very excited to realize that my trip to this area in FL will provide me with some great beach combing. Any tips for my search?

Jul 21, 2014
Overall good
by: Anonymous

Found many pieces on a few trips (15 or so) but other trips I can leave with just one or two.

Mostly brown and clear. But have found 2 light green one dark green and a cobalt blue.

sea glass colors line

Feb 19, 2013
Good Beach
by: Deb

I have always found sea glass at Cinnamon Beach.

I have been there 3 times in the last three months and always found between 15-30 pieces.

Jan 16, 2011
sea glass
by: Paris

i found 0 and 0 not even a sea glass? no shells to speak of either.......

Feb 01, 2010
Why so much in that location!
by: Barb

I have found 2 pieces in 6 months south of that location on Cocoa Beach.

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