This is a waterfront park at the intersection of Dolphin Road and Park Place in the Nanoose area. A trail leads down to a sand/pebble beach. There are several public accesses to the water in this area (other than Dolphin Beach and Blueback Park), but the few I checked out were either too steep or overgrown and inaccessible. This park seemed to be the only one with convenient access. I tried diving here on Dec. 28, 2007. The trail was fairly steep, but not too long. I entered the water at the beach and swam out underwater around the right-hand point (when looking out from shore). The point continued down underwater as a slope of rubble with the occasional boulder and outcropping of bedrock. This slope met a sandy bottom at a maximum depth of around 60 feet. Visibility was around 40 feet. There were hardly any fish on this slope. I saw a couple of copper rockfish in crevices and the usual gobies. Other than that, there was a variety of seastars, orange "tennis ball" sponges and california cucumbers. I didn't see any feather stars or anemones (except for 2 small, closed-up plumose). I tried swimming down the sandy slope at a few different places to see if there were any more rocky areas. I went down to around 100 feet deep and all I saw was a sea pen, a moon snail and tube-dwelling anemones. Back in the bay, there was a large bed of eelgrass. This "meadow" was covered with swarms of hooded nudibranchs.
I don't think this place really compares to the other, more popular dives in the area. Even if I lived around here, I probably wouldn't dive here again.