- Motor vehicles are prohibited from the Nesika Beach headland (42° 29.8284', Mile 34), southerly to (42° 27.5022', Mile 31), a point approximately one-third mile south of Otter Point.
- Motor vehicles are allowed from the Ophir Rest Area (42° 32.1948', Mile 36) southerly to the Nesika Beach headland (42° 29.8284', Mile 34).
Foggy morning hike of mile 34. I saw evidence of someone using a chainsaw on downed trees along the shoreline. I've attached photos.read more
We spent a good number of hours watching birds (cormorants, pigeon guillemots, adult and juvenile bald eagles, great blue heron, osprey carrying fish, pelicans moving north, oystercatchers).
There is a large colony of river otters along these rocky little beaches, especially numerous coming out of a small creek which flows out of...read more
Was too rocky for me to walk very far south starting at roughly the halfway point, sand moves out in October and November. Walked north to promontory where sand build up was evident. Most debris, plastic and rubber strips, was near the northern promontory. Only saw oyster catchers and seagulls.read more
Beautiful sunny morning on Wakeman Beach, with just a slight breeze. I was unable to access the southern half of the beach because of rocks. (see attached photograph.)
The most notable change has been the movement of sand from the northern half of the beach which occurs each winter. Although it restores each summer and early autumn it has lessened over the past 20 years.read more
Path through old forest south of Winston property is being maintained; recent bramble clipping evident. Some human footprints in the sand around the bottom of the Geisel Monument beach access (that was the only sign of humans using the area on our whole walk). New stairway to the beach here....read more