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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)
  • 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

  • ​Home of Miss Midland Boat Cruises
  • 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

​Rates

Rates for 2019

Seasonal $58.83/per foot

Rotary Pier – 30 ft. minimum

Pier B – 20 ft. minimum​

Transient - $1.58 per foot/per night

2019 Dockage Contract​​​


Dock Layout.PNG

​Municipal Boat Launch Ramp

The Municipal Boat Lauch Ramp is located at Pete Pettersen Park, 159 Marina Park Avenue, and is free to use by all.

boat launch
 

​Residents of Midland are required to obtain a boat launch pass, which permits parking of vehicles and trailers in the parking lot area.  Proof of residency is required along with the vehicle being used for transporting and launching boat.  This permit must be displayed in the vehicle with your boat trailer and is valid only in designated parking areas.  No overnight parking is permitted.

Non-residents are permitted to use the ramp at no cost; however, vehicles with trailers are required to be parked at the adjacent Bay Port Marina for a nominal fee.

Boat Launch Passes for the current season will be available at the Midland Harbour Office after April 15th.​

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

 Gallery

  • View from the dockView from the dock
    View from the dock
  • MuralsMurals
    Murals on the Harbour Office wall
  • Washroom facilitiesWashroom facilities
    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.
  • Walkway along east side of harbour docksWalkway along east side of harbour docks
    Walkway along east side of harbour docks
  • Aerial view of Midland BayAerial view of Midland Bay
    Aerial view of Midland Bay
  • Trans-Canada TrailTrans-Canada Trail
    Trans-Canada Trail through David Onley Park.
  • Trumpeter Swan MonumentTrumpeter Swan Monument
    The Trumpeter Swan Monument at Midland Harbour.

​​​Contact Us

​​​ Mid-April to Mid-October

165 King Street​​
Midland, Ontario   L4R 3L8
(705) 526-4610
midlandharbour@midland.ca

Mid-October to Mid-April

527 Len Self Boulevard
Midland, Ontario   L4R 5N6
(705) 526-4770; ext. 3201
tanderson@midland.ca

Alternate Emails:
operations@midland.ca
csr@midland.ca​

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