Sea Glass Report - Dr.Grooms Beach, St. George, Grenada

by Kevin Kelley, DVM
(Myrtle Beach, SC)

One day at the beach - Dr.Grooms Beach, St. George, Grenada

One day at the beach - Dr.Grooms Beach, St. George, Grenada

~ Submitted by Kevin Kelley, DVM, Myrtle Beach, SC

Dr. Grooms Beach is a small beach in the south end of Grenada.

My wife Carolyn and I went to St. George's University and we spent out free time beach combing.

There are lots of great beaches covered in sea glass in Grenada from the most popular beach on the island Grand Anse to small hidden beaches such as Dr. Grooms Beach. In just a few hours we could collect 3 to 5 pounds of high quality sea glass in one day.

This is old glass too and black glass as well.

My wife would collect glass on the beach and I would snorkle and collect glass just off shore.

Grenada itself is a great place for sea glass collecting.

Map of Southern Grenada:

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In and around Saint George?s, S. Grenada:

Grooms Beach Villa & Resort  
Score from 10 reviews: Excellent, 8.7  

US$ 100
La Heliconia & Day Spa  
Score from 14 reviews: Excellent, 8.7  
US$ 60

more hotels »

The Caribbean is great fun!

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Jan 16, 2018
Fun in Grenada
by: David

Ah, the thought of Caribbean Beaches like you are describing :)

The problem is, once there, do you want to go back to winter, job, traffic, stress, blah blah blah...?


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