A fun site. The pilings in the north cove are fun to swim around (both the vertical ones and the ones on the bottom). Above 45 ft the pilings are the main attraction. The bottom at that depth is mostly sand with "years" of old kelp covering it. The south cove has more rubble. Lots of manmade junk to look into. Sea life is as described in other posts. As I like macro photography I am never disappointed diving here. Be careful of the jellyfish migration during the year. I have seen over 30 lions manes in one dive, only "stung" once though. On weekends, finding a parking space after 9:00 am is iffy with all the classes. Entry/exit is easy on both coves unless the tide is out. Then the gravel seems like walking on marbles after a dive. After your done there's the crab house on the fishing pier and a great tea house across the street for something to eat. A scuba shop is about 1-1/2 miles to the south if you need more air.