One pier, built nearly a hundred years ago, anchors the waterfront drag of White Rock. It's easy to miss even if you head over to West Beach; the first time I was there I missed it entirely. It's far more low-key than other piers you might think of, but that's part of its charm. There's no amusement park or midway-by-the-sea here, just people walking back and forth and diving into the cool Pacific just short of the rocky breakwater.
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