Listening to weather forecasts on your VHF radio, Keaton Beach is used as a reference point. Unless you have family or friends living there the only reason for a cruising sailor to pull into this place would be to escape a threatening squall line.
No marinas, no fuel, no food, no reason to be here. You can anchor just past red marker “20” by the seawall on your left, but be careful. What seems like a fairly large tidal pond almost completely disappears at low tide.