Murdock Beach is located in the Parish St. Mary with the closest town being Ohio Rios. Following the coastline it is 0.14km from James Bond Beach. It is accessed by a parochial marl road approximately 0.5km from the North Coast Highway.
The beach is approximately 118 metres in length and has brown fine to coarse grain sand with large cobble stones which originated from river which empties directly west of the beach. A large rubble groyne is at the mouth of the river and separates it from the beach. Seagrass beds are located close offshore. The entire backshore of the beach is heavily forested with large mature trees and a large pond that supports a stand of healthy mangroves.
Shallow water suitable for wading.
|Opening Hours||Not specified|
|Beach conditions||The area is generally calm, however there are no safety features in place to allow for swimming.|
|Lifeguard Service||Lifeguard on Duty|
It is accessed by a parochial marl road approximately 0.5km from the North Coast Highway.
|Owned by||Urban Development Corporation|