Our GPS track, each day is a different color. Does not include the water taxi ride in. The Forest Service Road into Fair Harbour is in good condition however we took it pretty slow as our little truck was loaded quite heavily. Within 4 hours from Campbell River we arrived at Fair Harbour. We registered for one night of camping and paid for our parking. We were lucky enough to score the Tarp Shack. Up early on Monday June 20th to haul our gear and kayaks to the Loading Dock where we were picked up by Leo Jack of Voyager Water Taxi at 8:00. We were dropped off on an outcrop of rock in a little bay on the protected north side of Jackobson Point so we had to move our gear to the shoreline quick-like as the tide was coming up fast. We paddled past Jackobson Point and chose to land on what we later found out was Paradise Beach. Gorgeous white sand with a moderate surf. Paradise indeed! There are really two beaches here divided by a little fresh water creek. Day 2 We awoke to rain and lots of it. We had a visit from a wolf about mid-morning. He was not scared of us but also was not aggressive. He sauntered away after a few minutes of us yelling at it. We then went for a bit of a paddle down the Peninsula but the water got a bit snarky so we came back and played in the surf in the rain. Back at camp we were in the tent trying to dry out when we saw the wolf back, closer this time, lying in the sand watching us. Fired off a bear banger and watched as he ran down the beach, he looked back once while still running. Day 3 It was still raining and windy in the am, but marine report indicated winds dying down by noon so we packed up and headed to the Bunsbys. Really got lucky with no wind and very low swell, it was a nice paddle.