Spend 2 nights in Reid harbor campground on a guided kayak tour.
Campgrounds are clean and free from litter. There are water spigots in a few place on the island (like campgrounds) that contain really good drinking water. The composting toilets get a lot of traffic, but were regularly cleaned when we were there. Toilets are well stocked with TP and hand sanitizer.
The hike to the old schoolhouse, cemetery, and to the lighthouse (2.2 miles) is well worth it. On the day we visited, the "J-pod" consisting of 25 orcas, swam by the shore of the lighthouse. Deer are everywhere, and pay no attention to visitors.
There are other hikes on the island as well, including a loop over to the East side of the island to another harbor. For boaters, Reid offers good protection from the elements, and is well worth the visit.
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