Contact -

You can reach the MRHS by mail or email.

The email address is:

By postal mail it's:

PO Box 392

Point Reyes Station, CA 94956 USA



We have very strict membership requirements: you need to show up.  If you have an interest maritime radio history, Morse code, vintage transmitters, big antennas and equipment repair and restoration you may want to become a regular part of the MRHS.  The best bet would be to join us on a Saturday to attend Services of the Church of the Continuous Wave at 0900 at the Bolinas, CA transmit site.  Let us know you're coming so we can have extra pastry on hand for you.  Please write to for details.

MRHS Information -

We issue a weekly electronic newsletter called the Bulletin that contains reports, photos and personal stories about station operations.  It's free of course and you can subscribe at any time.  To sign up just click HERE.  You can unsubscribe at any time,

Reception Reports -

Reception reports may be sent to:

PO Box 392

Point Reyes Station, CA 94956 USA

Visits -

It is possible to visit the KPH transmit and receive sites.  The station is open on Saturdays from 12:00pm to 5:00pm Pacific time.  Drop in visits are welcome.  If you're coming from a distance it would be a good idea to let us know your plans.  The sites are pretty remote and we'd hate to have you make a long drive only to find nobody there!  Write to us at 

We can accommodate groups too but only with plenty of advance notice to allow us to make proper arrangements.  We look forward to seeing you!

The receive site is located at 17400 Sir Francis Drake Blvd in the Point Reyes National Seashore.  Here's a MAP.

Operate KPH or K6KPH -

If you have a Radiotelegraph license of any class you can "sit the circuit" at KPH and have your license endorsed for operation at a commercial coast station.  If you know the code you can operate K6KPH, no license required.  Bring your own key and earphones or use ours.