Dixie Cove Provincial ParkDonald Lovegrove2019-12-28T15:44:45-08:00
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Dixie Cove Provincial Park is on Hahoae Island in Kyuquot Sound, on the west coast of Vancouver Island.
The park incorporates Copp Island and the sheltered and calm anchorage of Dixie Cove, one of the best all-weather anchorages in Kyuquot Sound.
Boaters using the strategic and scenic anchorage of Dixie Cove can anchor in clear water with magnificent views of the surrounding mountains. The menacing swells that roll down the west coast don’t penetrate Dixie Cove.
Boaters can explore the North Island’s wild and rugged coastline. Visit the isolated settlement of Kyuquot, a unique experience for those who seek to bond with the land, the sea and native people.
The 156-hectare park (89 hectares upland and 67 hectares foreshore) is undeveloped with no facilities provided. The wilderness area behind the anchorage contains old-growth rainforest. From this safe overnight anchorage, you can explore the nearby Rugged Point Park and the rest of Kyuquot Sound.
Dixie Cove Provincial Park is located in Kyuquot Sound, approximately 16 miles (25 km) northwest of the town of Zeballos on Northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Access to Hahoae Island is by boat only, from the community of Kyuquot in Kyuquot Sound.
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Walters Cove ResortWalters Cove Resort
Walters Cove Resort is a luxurious fishing lodge located in Kyuquot Sound on the remote and rugged northwest coast of Vancouver Island, BC. The intimate sport fishing resort is one of the most pristine and highly-praised fishing lodges in Kyuquot Sound with large luxury boats and internationally renowned salt-water fishing guaranteed to provide an unforgettable salmon and halibut fishing experience.
Walters Cove Resort makes BC saltwater fishing an exhilarating, affordable and challenging experience, no matter your skill level. Fly in or drive in, or bring your own boat. With everything you need for a fishing trip of a lifetime, our fishing lodge will help you reconnect with nature and improve your fishing game. Try one of our special west coast salmon and halibut fishing packages.
Fair Harbour Marina and CampgroundFair Harbour Marina and Campground
When you’ve had enough of work and routine, it is time to escape to Fair Harbour Marina and Campground on Vancouver Island. Here you get back to nature with the most amazing fishing, surfing, kayaking, hiking, and camping in British Columbia. We are the undisputed premier launch point for unbeatable outdoor activities – a water lover’s paradise.
Located in the traditional territory of Ka:’yu:’k’t’h’/Che:k’tles7et’h’ First Nations on Vancouver Island, we feature a rugged and spectacular shoreline with beautiful islets and breathtaking beaches. There’s the ocean as far as the eye can see, and tidal pools teeming with ocean life. If you like to fish, you will be in heaven at Kyuquot! We feature some of the most productive, yet uncrowded, fishing spots on the west coast of Vancouver Island! You’ll find large salmon, halibut, ling cod, and more!
You can base your adventure out of one of our luxurious cabins, or if you prefer to camp, enjoy one of our spacious campsites surrounded by trees. Fair Harbour Marina provides supervised monitored moorage at our private dock in Fair Harbour.
New for 2020: Fair Harbour is pleased to be offering guided fishing and scenic tour day charters.
Houpsitas Village SuitesHoupsitas Village Suites
The newly renovated Houpsitas Village Suites property is situated oceanside in the village of Kyuquot, offering 4 rooms and 3 suites (studio, 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom). All rooms have Wi-Fi, satellite TV and varying degrees of cooking facilities.
Owned and operated by the Ka:’yu:’k’t’h’/Chek’tles7et’h’ First Nations, the Houpsitas Village Suites is only accessible by sea or air, by driving to Fair Harbour and then travelling by boat or water taxi to the HVS, or flying directly by charter plane, or arriving on your own boat. A boat launch is available in Fair Harbour.
Kyuquot is surrounded by 5 provincial parks and 4 ecological reserves and is well known for incredible salmon and halibut fishing, kayaking, surfing, camping and wildlife viewing. Kyuquot is the perfect place to stage your West Coast Vancouver Island adventure.