Breathtaking 4.62 acre private island with 3 bedroom cabin, 4 person bunkhouse and large, private dock on the Central Coast. Prime location just 30 min to Shearwater Marina in Lama Passage. Spectacular area surrounded by world class fishing and outdoor recreation.
This Island is in a prime location nestled in the centre of the spectacular and scenic Central Coast. This beautiful 4.62 acre island is fully treed with a rocky shoreline and some great clam beaches. There are quaint, moss covered pathways to explore the views and ocean from every corner of the island.
The main cabin is perfectly appointed offering unobstructed views of Lizzie Cove. It is accessible by a large, private dock for moorage and a walkway to the covered sundeck of the cabin. The 3 bedroom, 760 square foot cottage offers an open-concept living room and kitchen with, 3 bedrooms and a 3 piece bath. From the cabin, you can following the boardwalks the 2 storage sheds the outhouse and bunkhouse, which is tucked away in the beautiful old growth forest.
The sheltered waters surrounding this breathtaking island provide world class salmon, halibut and crab fishing. Its location is paramount as it is within one of the best area in BC for catching “Tyee” class salmon over 30 lbs., you can catch up to 5 different species of salmon in the area.
People come from all over the world to fish from nearby Shearwater Resort, only a 30-minute boat ride away and an excellent place to visit for fine dining.
This Island is located at the mouth of Lizzie Cove in Lama Passage on the Central Coast. Lama Passage, separating Denny Island and Hunter Island is part of BC’s famed Inside Passage, the route used by most sea traffic including cruise ships and ferries. The nearest communities include Denny Island/Shearwater and Bella Bella.
It is easily accessed by boat, float plane or water taxi from Bella Bella or Shearwater. Pacific Coastal also offers flights from the South Terminal in Vancouver to Bella Coola or Bella Bella. Ferry service to Shearwater and Bella Bella bring both foot passengers and vehicles, including RV’s.
Lama Passage has many twists and turns. The northern shore rises like a wall from the sea, while to the south, the land becomes flatter and the coastline broken up by coves and inlets. After the straight, wide reaches of Fitz Hugh Sound and Fisher Channel, the closeness of the land makes the passage seem somehow more intimate, and, as the sea is often calmer, more peaceful.
The Inside Passage is the corridor of protected water between the mainland coast of BC and its offshore islands. The passage extends about 1,600 km from Puget Sound in Washington State to Skagway, Alaska. In the south it passes the Lower Mainland with its teeming population and continues north through Georgia Strait into the jumble of islands between Vancouver Island and the mainland. After leaping across the open waters of Queen Charlotte Sound the northern passage, it plunges once again into a network of narrow channels leading all the way to the northern terminus at Prince Rupert. This northern section is what many people mean when they use the term Inside Passage. For most of its length, it is sparsely populated and accessible only by water or float plane.
This area is also part of what is known as “The Great Bear Rainforest,” one of the world’s greatest wildlife areas. This area hosts many populations of all wildlife species on both the land and in the ocean. The Coast Mountain Range has isolated many of the wildlife populations from the rest of North America. As a result, the Great Bear rainforest is home to many subspecies and genetically unique populations such as the Spirit Bear and the Coastal Grey Wolves.
The small community of Denny Island has a year-round population of approximately 140 people. There are many services on Denny Island, including a grocery store, liquor store, post office, laundromat, cappuccino bar and gift store, hair salon, marina, shipyard, marine/hardware store, fuel dock, restaurant, pub, some B&B or cabin rental accommodations as well as a campground and RV park. There is also a public school servicing grades K-7.
Denny Island is in a prime location nestled in the centre of the spectacular and scenic Central Coast. It is one of the most breathtaking and remote areas, surrounded by misty fjords, mountains, old growth rainforests and the wild Pacific Ocean. It offers some of the best in cruising, fishing or kayaking on the West Coast. If you love adventure in the outdoors, you will truly love this place. Leave the stresses of the modern world behind you and find inner peace in this unspoiled, coastal paradise. Enjoy long, relaxing walks and explore the tide pools that team with colour and life. At night, have your breath taken away by the amazing stargazing opportunities that await just outside the door of your cottages.
Nearby Milbanke Sound and the Discovery Passage support enormous numbers of orcas (killer whales) and humpback whales, so whale watching is readily available.
Please see mapping section (all boundaries are approximate).
52° 3'35.22"N and 128° 5'9.48"W
Denny Island is perfectly situated in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest and is surrounded by world renowned ocean fishing on all sides. It is a highly sought after destination for wildlife viewing and kayakers. This property has operated as a tourism destination with eco tours, yoga retreats, cottage rentals, fishing charters and more.
This cabin is very conveniently set up with a water catchment system. It is wired for a 350 generator power and has a propane fireplace and fridge. You can also access 1 bar of Internet from the cabin.
$1,220.53 (2021 Property and Private Moorage)
Electoral Area A, Central Coast Regional District
Additional zoning information can be found on the Central Coast Regional District website.
District Lot 1276, Range 3, Coast District
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