Lagoon Cove Marina, BC
“Summer camp for adults,” is a common descriptor of Lagoon Cove. The marina is a small, charming, family-run affair (now the Ryan family) with good docks, walking trails, and creative exercise equipment (think lawnmower).
Like many marinas in the Broughtons, life seems to revolve around happy hour. Hosted each evening at the top of the dock, adjacent to the tool shed, boaters gather to share stories, eat, and drink. Bring your own drink, plates/utensils/napkins, and something (anything!) to share!
The marina has a fuel dock, bathrooms, showers, and a store with a few staples, fishing gear, and gift items. This is a busy destination in summer. Reservations encouraged, drop-ins welcome. If anchoring nearby, radio ahead and ask permission to come ashore by dinghy before landing.
Mooring Ball: No
Fuel Available: Yes
Potable Water: No
Cell Service: Poor
Slowboat Tips and Activities
Wander the trails, explore by dinghy, look around the tool shed.
If entering through the Blow Hole, check the tide, favor the north shore, and beware of kelp (but don’t let the kelp force you onto the rocks).
Be alert for bears onshore.
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