Photographers: This is a great place for either Wide Angle or Macro.
Current: The biggest concern you have diving this site is the current, which happens to be unpredictable. Check the days current guide for the approximate time for slack and then arrive early and watch what the water is doing.
Ferry Traffic: This site is located next to the Keystone Port Townsend Ferry terminal, and a small boat launch. It is important that you do not dive the ferry entrance side of the jetty. If you do get swept away in the current and surface as a ferry is coming in, you must remain on the surface so the Ferry Captain knows where you are. If you descend back underwater the ferry cannot come to the dock until you are located. This is not a good situation for either diver or Ferry Captain so please be careful and watch the currents.
Facilities: There are restrooms with hot showers, so bring quarters. There is an outside cold shower to rinse equipment and sand off your feet. Please try and keep the sand out of the restrooms and showers as best as possible. There are picnic tables and fire pits on the beach.
Night Dives: Night diving is allowed but you need to pre-arrange with a park ranger and there is a $25 fee. This fee pays to have the restrooms open as the ranger has to come by later and close up the park.