Your Inside Passage Destination
Blind Channel Resort
Why Visit Blind Channel Resort?
Blind Channel Resort is a family-owned full-service marina resort on West Thurlow Island on Canada’s Pacific Coast, located just north of Desolation Sound. Check out some of the premium services we offer at our resort!
The marina at Blind Channel offers 2000 ft of sturdy dock space. This includes seven widely-spaced 80 ft fingers, an aircraft dock, and a fuel dock. We recommend advance reservations during July and August, but we will always do our best to find a spot for anyone who shows up.
Looking for a base with great fishing and adventure opportunities? Book a quiet, waterfront cottage at Blind Channel. Full kitchen facilities are included. The cottages at Blind Channel are the perfect place to get away from it all!
Located in pristine coastal rainforest Blind Channel Resort offers an intimate experience with nature. There are beaches to be combed, forests to explore, wildlife to spot, and seafood to be caught. We also host a number of events throughout the summer.
Blind Channel is a multi-generational, family-owned marina and resort on West Thurlow Island in heart of British Columbia’s wild coast since 1970. In that time, Blind Channel Resort has gained a reputation for delicious food, creative artwork, and outstanding customer service.
Your Blind Channel Getaway
The Richter family has owned, operated, and lived at Blind Channel since 1970. In that time, Blind Channel Resort has gained a reputation for delicious food, creative artwork, and outstanding customer service.
Featured Tours & Packages
Experience the spectacular array of marine and terrestrial life from the comfort of our custom built, covered landing craft. Enjoy a gourmet picnic lunch on a secluded island, or catch a fresh seafood dinner right from your doorstep. Blind Channel tours offer all this and more, follow the links below for more information.
Blind Channel Fine Dining
Awaken your senses at the Cedar Post Restaurant and Gallery. Blind Channel’s 62-seat restaurant overlooking the marina is truly a hidden gem in the wilderness. Guests are inspired by the use of fresh ingredients and commitment to quality food that reflects the land and sea that surround us. Because we are located in such a naturally abundant area, we strive to use local and seasonal ingredients whenever possible. Fresh herbs, edible flowers, and produce are harvested daily from our extensive gardens, and we serve wild seafood from BC waters.
Discover Blind Channel Hikes
After your journey to Blind Channel, you’re definitely going to want to stretch your legs and explore. Along our many stunning local hikes, you’ll experience unparalleled wildlife and views. Explore our coastline and forests, delight in the solitude of old-growth cedar and fir as you build your appetite for dinner with us.
“This is a beautiful place and very comfy accommodations, with friendly staff. I am reading two books, “I Heard the Owl Call my Name” and “Spilsbury’s Coast.” It is unique to be reading stories of the coast history while living in it. A wonderful trip.”
Elise and Hugh
“We had a wonderful week in this incredible place. We saw orcas,
Joyce and John, Comox, BC
“God’s piece of heaven on earth! Outstanding dining – great hosts. Thank you for a wonderful visit.“
The Schutters, Bothell, WA
“Spent two nights in a cabin. Great, comfortable cabin. Loved the BBQ. Great tenderloin and halibut dinner, highly recommend treating yourself at the restaurant.“
Rod, Sayward, BC
Get in touch
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Local: (250) 949-1420
Blind Channel BC, Canada