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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Midland Harbour

Harbour Information

Situated at the southern end of Georgian Bay, Midland Harbour is a picturesq​​ue natural attraction that tourists and boaters from around the world have been enjoying for many years.  There's no place like Midland Harbour; it is truly a must-see.

Harbour Features

The Midland Harbour is a member of the Ontario Marine Operators Association (OMOA) and is Clean Marine Certified.

  • Depth of water at Slips​: 14 - 25'
  • Pump Out: nearby
  • VHF Monitor Channel 68
  • Gas sold nearby​
  • ​Private washroom/shower facilities (located in Harbour Administration Building)
  • Accessible Washroom (currently closed for renovations)
  • Private Laundry facility (located in Harbour Administration Building)
  • Dockage for seasonal and transient boaters 
  • Power at Dock (power source 30 amps)
  • Internet services available
  • Snack bar nearby
  • Marina Store/Supplies nearby
  • Service Mechanic nearby
  • Ice
  • Pay phone
  • Playground nearby
  • Lakefront Beach nearby
  • Pets are permitted
  • Dockside Dining nearby
  • LLBO/Beer Store
  • Fast Food/Take Out nearby
  • Grocery Store nearby
  • ATM/Interac nearby​

Harbour Highlights

  • Site of Wye Marsh Swan Sculpture
  • Easy Access to Trans Canada & Rotary Trails
  • Shopping within easy walking distance
  • Parks adjacent to Harbour
  • Scenic lookout
  • Home of the "Millennium Time Capsule"
  • Unique Gardens
  • Water display feature
  • Visiting International Cruise Ships

Midland Harbour Rules and Regulations



​Rates

Midland Harbour - Rates for 2022

  • Seasonal Boat Slips (May to October) = $70.74/foot
  • Centre Pier (min 30 ft) = $70.74/foot
  • Pier B (no hydro, no water) = $70.74/foot
  • Rotary Pier (includes hydro, water) = $70.74​​/foot
  • Monthly Rate (Rotary Pier, min 30 ft) = $31.35/foot
  • Administration Fee (applies to monthly payment plans) = $26.30
  • *Transient Boat Slips (overnight) = $1.89/foot

*Harbour Construction has been completed and the Harbour is now open for business and accepting transient boats​*

All fees include a surcharge for capital cost recovery​

Midland Harbour Dockage - Rules & Regulations




Boat Launch Ramp at Pete Pettersen Park

The Boat Lauch Ramp is located at Pete Pettersen Park, 159 Marina Park Avenue.

boat launch

Midland ​Residents:
Boat Launch and Vehicle and Trailer Parking - Free
  • Pick up your pass at the Midland Harbour ​
  • Proof of residency required
  • Overnight parking for vehicles and trailers is available, for two night maximum.
Non-Residents - Usage Fees:
  • Boat launch with trailer and vehicle parking $50.00 per day
  • Pay at Parking Terminal on-site - vehicle plate is registered

Pete Pettersen Park Boat Launch Parking Map

Pete Pettersen Park Directions​​​

Boat smart!

A Pleasure Craft Operator Card is required to operate a power-driven boats and watercrafts in Canada - It's The Law.

What is a Pleasure Craft Operator Card?

A Pleasure Craft Operator Card (PCOC) proves that you have gained the knowledge to safely operate a motorized pleasure craft on Canada's waterways.

Who needs a PCOC?

  • Federal law in Canada mandated by Transport Canada
  • All operators of motorized vessels regardless of age, size of boat or engine horsepower
  • No grandfather clause or age exemption
  • Boaters caught with the card face a minimum $250.00 fine.

This applies to all persons who operate a powered watercraft fitted with any size or type of motor - even trolling and electric motors.  The PCOC is the most common proof of competency in Canada.

Every person who operates a motorized boat in Canada must obtain proof of competency.  You can obtain a Pleasure Craft Operator Card by passing Transport Canada Accredited boating safety test.  Getting your Operator Card proves that you are a competent boater and ensures that you understand Canada's navigation rues and how to boat safely.

Boaters can obtain their official Pleasure Craft Operator Card, commonly known as a boat license or boat card, by successfully passing the BOAT smart! exam.  Click on the link below to get yours now!

BOAT smart Exam

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    Harbour washroom facilities
  • Harbour PavilionHarbour Pavilion
    Harbour Pavilion
  • Trail and south dockTrail and south dock
    Trail and south dock
  • Aerial viewAerial view
    Aerial view of Harbour, docks and marina.
  • Aerial view of Midland BayAerial view of Midland Bay
    Aerial view of Midland Bay
  • Trumpeter Swan MonumentTrumpeter Swan Monument
    The Trumpeter Swan Monument at Midland Harbour.
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Off-Season Contact Us

​(Mid-October to Mid-April)

The Corporation of The Town of Midland 

575 Dominion Ave

Midland, Ontario L4R 1R2

Telephone: (705) 526-4275 ext. 2255

Email: service@midland.ca


​North Simcoe Sports & Recreation Cen​tre

527 Len Self Boulevard

Midland, Ontario L4R 5N6

Telephone: (705) 526-4770; ext. 3201

Email: tanderson@midland.ca​


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