Quatsino – Vancouver Island, BC, Canada

Quatsino is just a quick water-taxi ride away from Coal Harbour. First settled in the late 1800s, Quatsino is one of Vancouver Island North’s earliest communities. St. Olaf’s Anglican Church, which was built in 1896 as a one-room schoolhouse and then converted to a church that is still used for special occasions and weddings, is an interesting historic site, along with the old graveyard. Nature lovers and eagle watchers can enjoy the 654 hectares of undeveloped, protected parkland in Quatsino Provincial Park.

Area Highlights

  • Quatsino Museum & Archives
  • St.Olaf’s Anglican Church (1897)
  • Fishing Lodges

This is a good R&R spot for kayakers and a home base for fishing groups heading out into Quatsino Sound towards the island’s west coast with several lodging and sport fishing charter companies in operation. The quaint local museum and archives is located across from the government dock and offers Internet service and a small snack bar during its early afternoon operating hour.
Map of Quatsino Sound

 

Accommodations

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Eagle Manor Fishing Resort

Eagle Manor Resort is one of the leading fishing resorts at Vancouver Island. Specializing in great fishing experiences at the west coast of Vancouver ... Read More

Quatsino Lodge

Located in Quatsino Sound, Quatsino Lodge is the perfect choice for fishing adventures, corporate getaways and family vacations. Target Chinook, Ha ... Read More

Activities

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Quatsino Lodge

Located in Quatsino Sound, Quatsino Lodge is the perfect choice for fishing adventures, corporate getaways and family vacations. Target Chinook, Ha ... Read More

Eagle Manor Fishing Resort

Eagle Manor Resort is one of the leading fishing resorts at Vancouver Island. Specializing in great fishing experiences at the west coast of Vancouver ... Read More

Getting Here

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Quatsino Community Map

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