Off the East Coast of Northern Vancouver Island, which is one of the most beautiful, natural and pristine areas in the world, find this 134 acre waterfront property, surrounded by Potts Lagoon and privately set on West Cracroft Island. At higher tides the property can be accessed with a shallow drafted boat through a narrow channel. At lower tides the channel transforms into reversing rapids that separate the lagoon from a bay that is used by boaters and a few float homes as a protected and interesting anchorage. Most of the land has been logged and has moderately sloping contours and elevation allowing for some nice potential for views and building sites, A road was installed to facilitate the logging and provides opportunity for access to the waterfront in the bay and to other parts of the island. There is also a meadow/estuary within the property that provides an access way for Coastal Cutthroat Trout and Coho Salmon to the creek upstream. Rural zoning allows for a variety of uses.