There are non-flush toilets at the trailhead. The mostly level hike in from the trail head takes about 10 minutes through the woods to the shore. Then, you can follow the shoreline westward along the trail where a narrow channel separates you from a small island where seals and a multitude of birds gather. I was staying close by so I spent a lot of time here. I saw a heron battle some gulls for a place on the island. The seals sometimes came flashing by underwater in pursuit of the salmon I saw, hiding in the kelp forest that hugs the shore. There is also a passing parade of boats heading out to the Straits. When the tide is out, there are a few narrow pebble beaches. Considering the number of visitors this site gets on a weekend, it is in remarkably good shape. The shoreline is well-worn, but there are many comfortable places to sit on the rocks.
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