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The interior of the buildings are nothing special, but the location and view are great. They host the annual Dragon Boat fundraiser for the United Way and the facilities are always up to par. It's right on the water of course, so you have a...More
The marina is a common stop over for boaters from Toronto area traveling to the thousand islands. This year seemed not as busy and the bonus was we could secure a slip by phone while on the way. No more slogging down the coats and...More
The view is excellent for a long walk along the water admiring the boats, with very smooth terrain to make it easy if you have an accessibility device or stroller, quite rare for lakefronts in my experience.
We have sailed here a number of times. This is a popular marina and it would be wise to call ahead especially on busy summer weekends. The marina office monitors VHF 68 and is open for generous hours. The staff are always friendly. Spacious and...More
Even if you don't have a boat, the marina is a beautiful place to walk around any time of year. Get some fresh air and take in the lake views. Plenty of animals (real and fake) and other things to look at. Peaceful for those...More
We were at the beach and went for a small walk around the marina which is just next to the beach. Pleasant walk looking at all the boats. There is few benches to sit and look at the lake and/or the boats.
We have had our boat in a slip a few times. Nothing to write home about but they really need to fix the facilities. Everytime I've been in the washrooms there a mess and sometimes you're waiting for a toilet and the one half is...More