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there are signs posted for no camping. Pull-off directly on waterfront 2 blocks from food coop. less than a mile from ferry terminal. quiet in business district. next stretch says 'no parking', but the area noted here has no signs. directly behind UPS store.
there are no camping signs posted no overnights are allowedReport Check-In
Stayed for 1 night with no issues. Not too much traffic by this road + it's right by the water which is nice! Great Verizon reception + The Food Co-op is within walking distance too!Report Check-In
Stayed here on Halloween night in my not-so-stealthy Scion. Not spooky at all. A few people walked past at night, but wasn’t bothered by anyone. I woke up to find several cars parked behind me, perhaps there to check out the gorgeous sunrise scene (or just waiting for their ferry). No other frills, a bit smelly from the sea and possibly rotting kelp, occasional ship/car/gull noise. I couldn’t find any nearby public restrooms. Nice town to explore.Report Check-In
Tried to stay at the spot next to the fairgrounds did NOT have good vibes came back here and felt greatReport Check-In
Quiet waterfront on a short stretch of available parking. Grocery store, restaurants, and a taproom within a few blocks. Recommend the PhoFilling for dinner and Pourhouse patio for beers.Report Check-In
Nice spot 40ft. from the waters edge. As mentioned ...no signs in this narrow strip of parking. I'd consider this street parking, so be discreet. Fun to watch boat traffic in to harbour. Full Verizon & gFi. Can walk to services pretty easy. Trailer ....hmmm .... possibly. I'd return here again.Report Check-In