If you're not a fan of mooring
fields (I'm not), there's plenty of room to anchor
Here's a chart showing a good spot east of the breakwater that will keep you close to town. So long as there isn't a strong SE wind
, you'll be perfectly comfortable there. Just watch the depth
and tide so you don't ground out at low.
And two spots out by Long Point (really anywhere out there is fine -- again just watch that depth
, as it comes up fast). It's gorgeous out there . . . great swimming, beach walks, and playing on the big sandbar that rises at low tide. Usually a few seals
come by and check you out.
We generally park ourselves out by Long Point, and then move close to town when we desire ice cream or all the delights of a walk down Commercial