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Nice spot by the water, by the bridge and before the city park ,good cell signal. People making fire by the water. flat surface. sounds of the waves when high tide. locals come and collect shells and very friendly. you can walk when tide is low and swim water shoes would be recommended as it is rocky. there are signs of no camping but further towards the park. some restaurants nearby I was told by locals btw this is on Eel River Bar First Nation land.
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très beau spot
juste triste de voir des gens 'domper' leur roulotte de 30' avec génératrice sur place...
très propre et calme :)
le sunrise était magnifiqueReport Check-In
Hard to believe you can park at such a nice beach with an amazing view, one half of the beach has no overnight signs and the other has no signs because it is on the Eel River Bar First Nation. Lots of other folks parked and making fires, one guy even had his camper trailer setup leveled.Report Check-In
emplacement parfait! près de l'eau, endroit calme et magnifique. des gens faisaient un feu sur la plage.Report Check-In
Really nice spot! the road was not to loud and the sunset was amazing.Report Check-In
nice spot by the water,by the bridge and before the city park ,good cell signal .people making fire by the water.flat surface.sounds of the waves when high tide .locals come and collect shells and very friendly. you can walk ,when tide is low and swim water shoes would be recommended as it is rocky .there is signs of no camping but further towards the park. some restaurants nearby I was told by localsReport Check-In