Barrie is your perfect destination for recreational boating and fishing! Our location on Kempenfelt Bay, Lake Simcoe, is ideal. Lake Simcoe is part of the Trent Severn Waterway: a 387-kilometre water system connecting the east end of Lake Ontario to Georgian Bay, Lake Huron. Barrie offers transient docking, as well as two public boat launches. Aside from the City of Barrie Marina, there are also many private marinas in the area. Boaters can venture on-land to enjoy Barrie's vibrant downtown, which is full of restaurants, shopping, and the services boaters would need- all within walking distance.
Visit Tourism Barrie's office at the Southshore Community Centre to pick up your Lake Simcoe/Canal Lake Adventure Fishing Maps
If you didn't bring you boat, charter with Reel Time Fishing Charters and pull in your big catch today!
Public Boat Launches and Docks
City of Barrie Marina
Centennial Beach, Phone: (705) 739-4218, Website: www.barrie.ca Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Description: Public Launching at concrete boat launch. Dockage - 373 boat slips, Max. length - 35 ft,. Features include a dual concrete launch ramp, transient docking, overnight public docking, potable water available on each dock, restrooms, showers, gas, ice, oil, and pumpouts. All additional information is available on the Marina website.
Tiffin Boat Launch
Tiffin St. at Lakeshore Dr.
Description: Newly updated boat launch. Thirty-one spaces available for vehicle and boat trailer parking on site.