Need to Get Away? Fair Harbour Marina Is The Gateway to FUN!
When you've had enough of work and routine, it's time to escape to Fair Harbour Marina and Campground. Here you get back to nature with the most amazing fishing, surfing, kayaking, and camping in British Columbia. We're the undisputed premier launch point for unbeatable outdoor activities. And don't miss the hiking amid our region's famous scenery. It doesn't get any better than this...
Group Camping Area, Internet Connection or WiFi, Propane, Propane Sales, Security On Site, Telephone On Site, Tenting Area, Winter Camping Available, Accept Reservations, Beach Natural Swimming, Boat Launch, Convenience Store, Fishing, Marina, MC & VISA Credit Cards Accepted, Wildlife Viewing
Fair Harbour General Store sells ice, propane, fuel, fishing tackle, sundries, snack food, candy, ice cream, some oil supplies, t-shirts, and a variety of other useful supplies to guests in the area. The store is also the check-in point for guests to register for Camping, Parking, Moorage, and other services. Summer hours (May 20th - September 19th) are 8 am - 6 pm daily. Winter Hours (September 16 - May 19th) are Monday - Wednesday - Friday from 10am - 3 pm .
Fair Harbour Marina & Campground offers guests to the area free use of our boat launch.
Complimentary wifi is available for paying customers. Otherwise the fee to use the wifi is $5 per person / day.
Fair Harbour is the gateway to Kyuquot Sound, which is a complex of islands, bays, beaches, and estuaries located on the remote northern west coast of Vancouver Island, B.C.
The area, which is surrounded by 5 Provincial Parks and 4 Ecological Reserves, is known for incredible salmon and halibut fishing, kayaking, and wildlife viewing. Fair Harbour is the perfect place to stage your West Coast Vancouver Island adventure.
Driving to Fair Harbour / Kyuquot
If you are arriving by road from the mainland British Columbia, Vancouver Island is easily accessed via BC Ferries from Horseshoe Bay to Departure Bay (Nanaimo) or Tsawassen to Duke Point (South Nanaimo).
Once you are on Vancouver Island you will head North towards Campbell River on the Island Highway (BC-19 North). You will pass Campbell River, Sayward then Woss, eventually coming to the Zeballos Forest Service Road (you will see signs for the turn off after Woss). We recommend fuelling up in Sayward or Woss. Please note, cell service ends at Woss.
Turn left onto the Zeballos Forest Service Road, and travel 74 km down this gravel road. Follow the signs to Fair Harbour. After 42 km you will pass by Zeballos. Watch for signs and stay right to bypass the town. After travelling 32 more kms you will come to the end of the road, arriving at Fair Harbour - The Gateway to Kyuquot!
Flying to Vancouver Island and Driving to Fair Harbour / Kyuquot
The Cities of Victoria, Nanaimo and Comox have International Airports with frequent flights from all over Canada and the United States. Comox is the furthest North and therefore the closest to Fair Harbour.
Water Taxi to Kyuquot
Unless you are bringing your own boat the best way to get to Kyuquot from Fair Harbour is by water taxi. Here is a link to a reliable local water taxi service www.voyagerwatertaxi.com
Quiet time is 11pm-9am.
A major credit card and/or valid ID will be required of all groups.
No refunds for early checkouts.
Pets must be kept on leash at all times
Pet waste must be picked up and disposed of
$25 fine for per uncleaned pet waste
All vehicles must be registered at the store before parking.
One vehicle or trailer per spot
Sub-leasing of parking spots is prohibited.
Use of parking spots for anything other than parking a vehicle is prohibited.
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