This place is just past Sooke on West Coast Road. It's not actually at the "point" of Otter Point, but a bit before it. There's a bit of an overpass going over King Creek with a short, steep public access trail going down to the pebble beach. If you reach house # 8035, you just passed it. I came here near the middle of February, 2006. I swam out the short distance to the point on the right. The bottom was a field of pebbles and sand that sloped so gently, I needed a compass to know whether I was going towards shore or away from it. I swam out for a while, but the deepest I reached was 16 feet. I gave up and swam back to explore the reefs in the shallows (around 10 feet deep). The tops of these reefs were covered with surfgrass and pink, branching coralline algae. The rocky sides were packed with colourful life. There were clumps of painted anemones, encrusting hydrocoral, hedgehog hydroids, yellow and red encrusting sponge, several kinds of tunicates, nudibranchs, hermit crabs and several species of seastars. One of the seastars was eating a ratfish head. There weren't many fish, just a couple of kelp greenlings and some small sculpins. Even though it was a calm day, the surge never let me relax, but maybe that's why its so colourful here - Surge is like a never-ending current that keeps silt off the rocks. It's too bad there's no deeper wall here, but then I guess everybody would know about it.