Homer trailhead. City-owned, zoned recreational, next to fishing hole. Bathrooms, parking, and campground nearby with tent sites, water, picnic tables, fire pits in campsites, trash cans, and RV parking. Scenic views, fishing, and wildlife viewing.
power boats at high tide only
need medium tide for access, gradual shallow beach
Watch for wind blowing from the east (from up the bay).
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September 4, 2015: During the Wooden Boat Festival, several kayaks and variations on wooden paddle boats started at The Rock and paddled to various locations (Depending on individual preferences) including Green Timbers, Mud Bay or out to a large group of Sea Otters outside of Mud-Bay. Weather was perfect and the Bay was calm making for a great trip!
Launch site is taking shape, large boulder as a trailhead marker, a kayak rack with a water trail sign. Ribbon cutting to happen June 6, 2014
Easy paddle in light wind.