Quatsino is a historical boat-access coastal community founded in the late 1800s, with a current population of approximately 40 year-round residents plus a complement of part-time and seasonal vacationers. Quatsino is situated 12 miles south of Port Hardy and only 5 miles south from Coal Harbour by boat. The community is serviced with a local road, hydro electricity and telephone.
Quatsino Sound, one of the last great west coast frontiers easily accessible for the outdoor enthusiast and avid sport-fisherman, offers a great variety of activities throughout the network of protected inlets and the access to the open west coast. As well there are numerous rivers and lakes abundant with trout, steelhead and spawning salmon in the fall. Colony Lake and Little Colony Lake are within easy walking access from this property. Seventeen miles to the southwest out Quatsino Sound is the open west coast of Vancouver Island that offers spectacular fishing for salmon, halibut and other species. The marine life and other wildlife in addition to the beauty of the west coast are unsurpassed.