- 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).
There had been some shot gun activity at this beach. lots of wads on the beach. Found two dead emaciated birds. never seen that before. read more
More debis on the shore this walk. Found rope used for crab pots.read more
Due to the wind there was not much activity on the beach. there was a bit more trash to pick up caught in the grasses.
There were no sand dollars on the beach.read more
Lots of people using the beach mosly near Hunters Creek. Four large RVs in the parking lot. People frpm Medford and Southern California were enjoying the beach!!read more
Warm windy day. The insects were out on the sand. One beautiful bug was blown over on its back. Its belly was bright irridescent red. When I went to flip it over the back was a bright irridescent green. Amazing colors on this bug. There were a couple ravens looking...read more
Very cool day with the strong wind. This kept human activity to a minimum. There was a large flock of sea birds flowing something in the water out about 300 yards. We never saw what it was.read more
Beach looked clean and the waves were not reaching the bluff anymore. read more
There was some erosion of the sand wall since we were there last but only about a foot. There was very little litter on the beach this time. Nice to see. Most of the activity was near the river mouth.read more
We did not make the full 3 miles due to trash pick up. Our bag was full. Styrofoam was a great portion of it. Crab buoys, shot gun wads, styrofoam cup pieces . We also found a crab cage connected to a log. It was buried in the sand too far...read more
Beach was clean for the most part. Only two people on the beach.read more