The peninsula is chalk full of beaches. Some are gravely and in rocky coves with awesome tidepools, and some are very long sandy stretches, such as the beach 6 miles from us. Our beach is known for being lined with salmon set net sites all summer, which is interesting to walk by and observe this commercial style of salmon fishing being done by local families who work them. Our Cohoe Beach is excellent for sunbathing on hot days, bonfires, collecting agates and shells, as well as walks and runs. The sunsets are long and spectacular, as the summer sun skips over the mountain peaks, reluctant to set, then barely dips down and pops right back up again a couple of hours later to herald the morning.