It was cold, wet, and windy. I loved it. Wife did not and stayed in the car. I saw 5 fishermen. Seagulls own the pier. Many live shells were all over the pier which was very interesting. Views of the lighthouse were awesome for this Pennsylvania boy.
Beautiful place to visit. But the wind was so strong, I really didn't want to get out of the car. I was forced to due to the amazing surf. I shared the pier with only 2 other people, 2 young men with crab traps - hoping for the coveted dungeness! I would have fought over it if they had managed... 更多
This is named as "a fishing pier". And so we found it. A wooden construction about 200 yards long. The fishermen (and we met and talked to three) appeared to mainly be after crab. They get big ones as we saw what appeared to us to be a really good one thrown back in. "Has to be bigger than a... 更多
See the fog, listen to the jetty whistle, hear the gulls and maybe notice someone fishing off the pier. On a nice day, this place is hopping.
I often stop by the pier when doing errands in town. It's a great spot for fishing or crabbing (in season). (Gear can be rented at Englund's Marine Supply in the harbor.) On stormy days the B St. Pier is a great place to watch the waves crashing over the B St. Jetty to the west with nice views of... 更多
This pier and the surrounding area is very walker friendly, there are many paths with historical information that lead up to and around the pier. If you enjoy fishing and crabbing, the pier is a good place for it, or if you'd just like a place to enjoy your meal, the pier has benches to sit & eat.
Great views of the Battery Point Lighthouse and coast line to be had from this vantage point. The pier is nothing special but serves its purpose well.