A message from Boating Ontario via Instagram:

"The recreational marine industry is truly blessed that we have been recognized as a safe social distancing activity for all Ontario families. As an industry, we must ensure that our employees and our customers are practicing safe social distancing protocols within our families. 

While marinas and boat clubs are permitted to open for recreational use as of Saturday, the Premier repeatedly stated during his news conference that these businesses are only open if they feel comfortable and prepared to do so. Please consult with your marina prior to arriving to confirm their scheduled opening plans and to ensure they are able to accommodate you."

October 24, 2020

Thank you to all our members for continuing to follow social distancing rules as stipulated by the Ontario government and our local HKPR health unit. We are obligated to follow public health regulations to maintain physical distancing, implement workplace safety guidelines, and limit gatherings.

We are open 7 days a week to customers for pick up and drop off. We ask members who still have their boat in the water, that you go directly from your vehicle to your boat.

Shared barbecues, marina store, the main deck and our lounge will remain closed until further notice. Barbecuing on your boat is permitted if you are a safe distance from the gas dock. 


As per the July 13th Health Unit mandate, masks will be required when inside marina buildings including but not limited to the service centre and marina lounge. Bookings and mechanical work continue to be available for members and new customers. Please call for pickup service or stop by and drop off your boat. Should you require information please knock or ring the doorbell and we will come outside to assist you. Alternatively, you can call us at +1-705-738-3464. 

All payments are accepted by e-transfer to

We continue to follow social-distancing rules so you can continue to responsibly enjoy your boat, the water, the sunshine, and the fresh air. Thank you for your understanding and we appreciate your patience as we navigate through these uncharted waters, so to speak.

Tessa, Teya, and Temisia

How can I stay safe on the water during COVID-19?

Only boat with your household

Avoid having guests onboard that do not reside in your immediate household

Keep your distance while refueling

Only one boat at a time at the gas dock. Contact us prior to your arrival. Please follow regular refueling safety

Avoid rafting up

Keep your distance between other boats on the lake and at sandbars/beaches

Practice good hand hygiene


Wash your hands thoroughly and often. Use hand sanitizer if you touch any shared surfaces.

394 Front Street West
Bobcaygeon, ON
Canada K0M 1A0


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