Blind Channel Resort & Marina

Blind Channel Resort monitors VHF 66A.  It’s open all year, gasoline, diesel, propane.   Ample moorage on 2000 feet of dock, 15, 30 & some 50 amp power, washrooms, showers, laundry, UV-treated spring water, free Wi-Fi.  Garbage drop for a fee, no charge for glass and cans.  Floatplanes stop here.  This is a complete, well-run, and popular marina and resort, with water taxi, adventure tours, accommodations, an excellent fully-licenced restaurant open June through Labor Day, a well-stocked store, fresh-baked goods during the high season, post office, liquor agency, gift items.  The gazebo overlooking the marina is a welcome addition in rainy weather.  Several events are held throughout the summer months, check their website for the season’s schedule.

The resort is surrounded by hiking trails, developed and maintained by Interfor.  One trail leads to a 900-year-old cedar, 16 feet in diameter.  It’s a good hike and a splendid old tree.  Recommended.

The Cedar Post Restaurant is excellent, akin to something that might be found in Whistler or Vancouver.  The servers are well-dressed and the menu is varied.  The Grill Shack on the seaside patio is open for lunch in July and August.

Blind Channel Chart 3543
Public Float (fuel dock): 50°24.82’N, 125°30.08’W

For more information visit our partner site Waggoner Cruising Guide.   For all your yacht provisioning and marina reservations call our main desk at +1 778 432 0477.   If you’re looking for a superyacht marina we accept 65′ to 220′ vessels.  Phone or book online to reserve your slip or book the ultimate yacht Rendezvous.