- Motor vehicle travel is allowed from a point approximately one-third mile south of Otter Point, (42° 27.5022', Mile 31), southerly to the mouth of Myers Creek (42° 18.4422', Mile 23).
Never been to this beach, but will be back. The weather was great, warm, and dry. Ocean was low tide, plenty of beaches to walk. No dead marine mammals or birds to report. Island off the bluff, with common murres, pelagic cormorants, and gulls. Plenty of social distancing, maybe 12...read more
It started out to be a sunny day, but while I was walking it started to rain hard.read more
9 people enjoying the sunny day. Noted two dead gulls and one badly decomposed sea lionread more
8 people were enjoying the beach. Noted 2 dead gulls and Valella valella in the drift line along with kelp.read more
There has been a lot of erosion to the dunes in the last two years. However, it is much the same now as in the last reportread more
This is my first Coastwatch report. I have been walking this section of the beach for 25+ years, but this is the first time I have done it with a journal in hand and recorded anything. So I will have much more information by the next reporting period.
There are two...read more