page 103 of The Great Book Of Anchorages. There is a small boat marina and a campground located ashore but we didn't launch the dinghy to investigate. We did have to find a hole big enough in the trap floats to be able to anchor and swing with the wind shifts. A couple of sailboats came in later and anchored about a 1/4 mile east of us. We guessed they didn't want to get into the floats as we had. The night was uneventful and the winds subsided to just a gentle breeze. The next morning we slept in a bit and after breakfast pulled the anchor for some more exploration.
(page 89 of The Great Book Of Anchorages) would leave us exposed to even the present winds which by then were building.