Stillwater Cove is a very small park that has camping up the hills on the east side of the road, and a small beach with mild waves. The beach side has only 15 minute parking and room for only 3 or 4 cars. I parked here only long enough to unload the kayak and haul it partway down to the beach, sticking it behind the restrooms. I drove up to the campgrounds, which costs $3.00 for day use. There are trails going down to cross the road to the beach, so I parked in front of one of these. I carried my wetsuit and vest down the wrong trail apparently, because I went way around and came out under the stairs I had intended to come down. I changed into my wetsuit by the canoe, wrapped up my cloths in a towel, and stuffed them behind the restroom. The waves were as mild as the name of the park promiced, and I got right in the water and headed north.
A little farther north, there is a deep cove that has a newly cut road curving down to the water. I think this is at a place called Ocean Cove, and from the Zodiac traffic from Stillwater, I'm sure the new access will get plenty of buisness here. I kept going north, and came to Gersle Cove, which is the beach access for a larger park, named Salt Point State Park. I turned around here where I had been on an earlier trip.