- Motor vehicle travel is allowed at any time from Fivemile Point (43° 13.2228', Mile 109), southerly to the northerly beach access parking area at Bullards Beach State Park (43° 08.9484', Mile 104).
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Mile 107 Reports (13)
September 9, 2013 - wbaileyNothing unusual. Typical build-up of dunes in some locations from strong northerly winds. Noticeable accumulation of processed wood chips in several localized areas possibly dumped from a passing barge/ship. Only people observed (3) were on horseback. Few shorebirds sighted. Very noticeable concentration of tire marks likely left from the previous...read more
June 18, 2012 - wbaileyCalm, pleasant day with light winds. No human activity other than tire tracks from vehicles entering from Whiskey Run beach access. No bird or marine mammal carcasses observed. A small landslide was visible (see photos and description). Noticeable increase in amount of plastic, styrofoam (orange and green) and wood debris...read more
January 3, 2012 - wbaileyNot much to report. Two vehicles drove by (heading north) apparently coming from Cut Creek. No humans or dogs were observed on the beach. Two dead Common Murres were observed towards the southern end of mile 107. No unusual debris was sighted. Some driftwood had washed ashore following the recent...read more
July 25, 2011 - wbaileyNothing unusual observed. Light amount of natural debris in the driftline. Normal numbers of seabirds visible (both shorebirds and gulls). Tire tracks (likely from Whiskey Run access) were visible but no vehicles were on the beach (an ATV with two people were present as I walked along mile 108). No...read more
February 9, 2011 - wbaileyA beautiful, calm winter day. Very little debris deposited along the high tide driftline below the cliffs. Normal amount of trees, driftwood, and man-made debris was present. Very little if any build-up of sand. All in all the beach was clean and unremarkable. No humans or animal were present; only...read more
July 7, 2010 - wbaileyA fairly dense marine layer blew in during my walk. This made visibility somewhat difficult. No human activity was observed other than a small truck driving north. No dead animals or invertebrates were observed. Minimal ammounts of shells, animal casings, kelp/algae and small rocks in the driftline. No unusual beach...read more
February 22, 2010 - wbaileyA beautiful, clear day. No dead birds or marine animals/invertebrates observed. Minimal debris or seaweed in driftline or on the beach. Nothing really noteworthy other than a Jeep speeding on the beach between the Whiskey Run beach access and Cut Creek.read more
December 2, 2009 - wbaileyNothing noteworthy to report. An easy and enjoyable walk on a spectacularly beautiful day. No dead fish, invertebrates, birds or marine mammals. Very little plastic or other debris present in the driftline. Surprisingly, little water flowing from Cut Creek after heavy November rains. No sand build-up between the driftline and...read more
July 13, 2009 - wbaileyThe large amount of Dungeness crab bodies and parts was noteworthy. Very little plastic and other debris was observed. In several areas, large numbers of worm tubes, six large jellyfish and 5 starfish were seen in the driftline. Shells and rocks also in driftline. A few gulls, Whimbrels and several...read more
August 15, 2007 - sunsmithNice day on the beach. Fog came in around noon, but soon blew out. Debris on the beach is too great to attempt to carry out. Cut Creek is now taking a more northwesterly flow to the ocean. Old car chassis not visable, just one tire and a rusted box...read more
June 8, 2007 - sunsmithShells, animal casings, kelp/algae, small rocks, wood pieces, plastic pellets, land-based debris, ocean-based debris, styrofoam and a large number of sand dollars in the driftline. Gulls on the beach. One Turkey Buzzard flying overhead. Cut Creek's new path to the ocean was most surprising. It has taken a course much...read more
March 3, 2007 - sunsmithAnother interesting day on the beach! Shells, animal casings, kelp, small rocks, wood, plastic, styrofoam, wood pallet and land- and ocean-based debris in driftline. Foraging shorebirds moving in response to humans. Dead birds: 2 Rhinoceros Auklets, 1 Black-legged Kittiwake and 1 Cassin's Auklet. Land slumps on the headland. Erosion and...read more
December 30, 2006 - sunsmithShorebirds foraging in surfline. 3 dead Western Grebe, 1 dead large squid. Wood pieces in driftline. Foredune north of Cut Creek washed away. Bunches of rope, broken crab pots and bait containers on beach. Observed a person removing driftwood as firewood on beach and reported this to Parks and Recreation...read more