Details for Crysler Park Marina
Name

Crysler Park Marina
Position

Display in The Interactive Cruising Guidebook
Average rating 4.2 stars from 18 reviews

Address 13780 Country Rd. #2
Morrisburg, ON K0C IX0

Phone613-543-3254

After hours contact



Facility type

Marina - YES
Club - NO
Fuel - YES
Repair - YES
Municipal - NO
Other - NO

Notes

Will take USA currency at the exchange rate.

VHF channel

68

Web sitewww.cryslerparkmarina.com

Email contact

getaway@parks.on.ca

Owner, manager



Harbormaster



Dockmaster



Payments acceptedCredit cards - YES
Checks - NO

Payment info



Payment discounts



Operation (seasonal or year-round)
Seasonal

Additional info:

Approach

Marker 72 on St. Lawrence. Buoyed channel. Pass behind the breakwater. There are three sets of docks after entering. The third set seems to be where the bigger boats are berthed.

Tide

Unknown

Current

Weak

Tide & current additional info

No current at the docks or launch ramps. There is always current in the St Lawrence River. It is not a problem with a well buoyed channel.

Depths

Approach: 15
Transient dockage: 15
Fuel dock: 9

Other depth info:

Dock typesWood - YES
Concrete - NO
Floating - YES
Fixed - NO
T/Alongside - NO
Other - NO

Additional info: 3 foot high wooden floating docks.

Caution: A strong storm July 13, 2015 has wrecked some of the docks. Call ahead for availability of tranisent space.

Size restrictionsLOA max: 195
Beam max: Unknown

Other info:

Slips

Transient: 10
Total: 180
Transient price: $2.20/ft (2016-08-11)

Other price info: $2.20 per foot including tax, power and water

Moorings

Transient: Unknown
Total: Unknown
Transient price: Unknown

Other price info:

AC power30 amp - YES
50 amp - NO
100 amp - NO

Additional info:

Pricing info:

Cable TV (and pricing)

No

Phone hookup (and pricing)

No

Water (and pricing)

Yes

Dinghy access

Yes

Liveaboard info

No - Probably discouraged.

FuelGas: AVAILABLE
Diesel: AVAILABLE

Fuel brand:

Gas priceUnknown

Other price info:

Diesel priceUnknown

Other price info: Prices above are in CAD. The price per liter for gas = $1.439 CAD and for diesel = 1.399 per liter CAD, July 21, 2011.

Propane



Pets welcomeYes

Other pet info:

Disability access

Yes - Parking/drop off very close to docks.
Dock carts always available. All docks have good ramps. Restrooms are roomy and good for access.

Launch service

No

Pump out

Yes

Ice

Yes

Trash

Yes - Drop off in rolling bins at the dock head near the building. Recycling encouraged. There's a large dumpster at the end of the parking lot.

Showers

Yes - Very clean.

Heads

Yes - Very clean.

Laundry

Yes

Grocery

Yes - Snacks and some supplies at on-site store.

Hardware

Yes - Some useful boating supplies on-site.

Restaurants

Yes - Seasonal cafe/bar on premises. Many others are a short drive or bike ride away. None are fine dining.

Bars

Yes - Onsite

Hotels or motels

Yes - In Morrisburg/Riverside Heights/Ingleside/Long Sault. The Macintosh Inn, Morrisburg is recommended.

Repair capabilities

No - Major work on boats discouraged (apart from winter storage-related).

Haul out capabilities

No - Hydraulic trailer on ramp from local contractor, but not normally done except for winter storage. Haulout to 40,000 lbs can be arranged.

Storage facilities

Yes

Fishing supplies

Yes

Chartering capabilities

Yes - Dive boat charter can be taken from here. Local guide available to interesting wrecks and flooded infrastructure.

Canoes and kayaks can be hired by the half day.

Internet access

Yes - Good WiFi signal at the boat berths. It is reported that boaters are able to use SKYPE.

Boat ramp availability

Yes

Transportation

Yes - Provided by marina for $10 CAD round trip into town which is about 10 minutes away.

Other services

Pool. Nice beaches a short walk/dinghy ride away.


Attractions

Historical theme park with period costumes from the 1800's. Upper Canada Village began as a restoration site for buildings that were situated in towns that were to be submerged during the building of the Seaway in the 1950's. Over the years the village has become a working recreation of an 1860's riverfront town. You can wander the grounds, watch trades people at work making cheese and breads, see the fully operational sawmill and visit the craft and trade market.

Reviews for Crysler Park Marina
Nice big marina, world class attraction, 2016-08-30
Captain: , Toronto (482)

The marina itself was huge, making turning and docking any size vessel a synch. The staff were freindly and their were no hassles. There is a nice little above ground pool.

The train ride to Upper Canada village was a blast, and the pioneer village was one of the best thought out, most enjoyable tourist attarctions I have ever been to.

The marina was a little pricey and there were no restaurants or bars, thats why it didn't score 5/5.



Was not impressed, 2016-08-08
Captain: , Charleston, SC (180)

restaurant was only an out door tiki hit weekend hours only. wifi did not reach boats. 50 amp service was only 208 volts so many compressors failed to work.



Great Stop, 2016-07-30
Captain: , Seneca Lake NY (313)

This is our second stop...staff is very helpful and friendly.
Shuttle rides available to the golf course and the clubhouse restaurant was also very good. We enjoyed our first trip here and was the reason for returning.
Seasonals were also friendly.



Capt. Dan South Pole V, 2016-07-25
Captain: , Lake City Colorado (50)

great marine , plenty of water 50,30 amp service , clean restrooms . shuttle service and a visit to Upper Canada Village included in slip fee. Dave and his crew top of line . finger docks a little narrow other then that no complaints.



Good spot to check into Canada, 2015-09-02
Captain: , Marathon, FL (458)

We left Alexandria Bay on our triangle loop and this was a good place to check into Canada. There was a wonderful attraction within walking distance called Upper Canada Village showing the way the settlers used to live. They have a large park for walking and a little train that leaves the marina to take you over to the village. The marina staff was helpful and the facilities were good. They even had an above-ground pool to cool off in after a day of cruising.



Great Marina Close to Upper Canada Village, 2015-06-18
Captain: , Fort Monroe, VA (802)

Stayed here early in season. Marina staff was helpful in docking, providing assistance and arranging for visist to Upper Canada Village. Had 50A and power was good. Could be different as more boaters arrive. Price of CN$2.20 for two nights included tickets into Village (CN$23.00 each).



Good services but obnoxious seasonal members, 2014-08-18
Captain: , Montreal (243)

Teh marina facilities are forst class and the staff is very helpful. However we ended up on a dock with a large number of powerboaters who seem to use the marina like a cottage. The party was long and loud and after repeated requests to turn the music down, which were ignored or derided, we moved to the fule dock at 02:00 am. The party was still going strong.



Another great stop, 2014-08-16
Captain: , Wicomico Church (610)

Excellent facilites .. and all helpful



Great Place for a Marina Day, 2013-06-04
Captain: , Whitby (370)

On our way down the St. Lawrence, we stayed here two nights for a "make & mend" day of laundry, showers, provisioning, and just resting.
First contact via VHF/RT was crisp, courteous, and professional.
Two staff assisted us to tie up at a transient dock and were friendly and helpful.
Good clean facilities in pleasant surroundings. Price was a very reasonable $1.50 per foot plus tax and included electricity and water. Laundry was $1.00 for each wash and dry.
Groceries and liquor store are a car ride away, but the marina shuttle ran us over with no problem, waited while we shopped, and then delivered back to the head of the dock. The staff driver helped carry the groceries to the boat. Cost of the shuttle service was a very reasonable $12.60
We didn't visit, but Upper Canada Village is nearby and is a great place to tour.
All in all, this marina is a gem.



Very nice marina; go see Upper Canada Village, 2012-08-05
Captain: , Cape Coral, FL (1476)

This was a very nice stop along the St. Lawrence - nice clean marina with new/well kept facilities. Very nice! We were on a T-dock, good power. We came in specifically so that we could visit Upper Canada Village. We chose to bike over to UCV, but there's a narrow gauge train that runs between the Village and Marina so you don't have to walk or bike. Very friendly staff. Good laundry facilities (2 washers/2 dryers; $1/load). We'd definitely stop here again if/when we're in the area.



Nice Stop to Montreal, 2012-07-30
Captain: , Longboat Key, FL (445)

Nice stop along St Lawrence. Clean showers, good laundry, $1 per load, near Upper Canada Village wihich is a reconstructed village, need 3 hour min to tour, the marina will take you in thier van. Gas grills and picnic tables provided also. I was told nearby restaurants but need to ask for van ride. Easy in. I was along teh tie alongside dock, very easy. 30 amp but splitter worked fiine for 50 amp.



Nice facility, 2012-06-13
Captain: , Erie, Pa. (1896)

Pretty nice marina, easy in & out, good power, nice docks. Nothing much around but people were nice and gave ride to nearby restaurant at hotel (should have ate on the boat). Good value at $1.50 a foot. Stayed here 6-13-12.



The best Marina on the St Lawrence, 2012-02-25
Captain: , Crysler Marina Ontario Canada (43)

This is the best marina on the St. Lawrence. Beautiful surroundings extremly extremly helpful friendly staff.



2nd stop at this marina - 8 Jul 2011, 2011-10-19
Captain: , Solomons, MD (1915)

This is the only marina in the area. Nice stop in park surroundings. There is also a pool on the premises. Ice in Canada is more expensive and the bags are smaller. Too far from Ottawa without a rental car. You can check in with Canadian Customs telephonically.



Beautiful Setting, 2011-08-02
Captain: , Brewerton, NY (489)

Nice clean facility that is well sheltered from the river. $1.50 per foot. The "cruiser dock" conveniently handles larger craft. Marina office/store has minimal provisions. Decent patio sandwich and burger stand, with liquour and beer. Small above ground pool; free use of gas barbecues. Real nice gravel roads and trails provide for good walks/runs/bicycling to nearby park beach and the Upper Canada Village historical attraction.



Great Place to stay, 2011-07-23
Captain: , St. Catharines (498)

We stayed for 2 nights. The staff are very friendly and helpful. Diesel was a decent price. For $11 you can get a (return) ride to Upper Canada Village. The patio snack bar has good food. We'll be back.



A great Place to Stop before Locking thru the Eisenhower & Snell Locks., 2011-07-21
Captain: , Oriental, NC (1148)

Crysler Park Marina has it all: good water depth, great berths and very adequate facilities. The town is a 10 minute ride away but the marina will provide transportation to and from for $10CAD. They can arrange for haulouts and mechanics and just about anything else you might need. Aditionally, there is an historical theme park. The marina is meticulously maintained and can accomodate vessels to 195 ft. Rather than anchoring out, this marina provides secure protection and a restful night's sleep. It is only 9 nm away from Eisenhower Lock so one can get an early start.



Superior park-like surroundings, relaxed atmosphere, 2011-03-02
Captain: , Iroquois (1230)

This marina is the classiest in the area. The facilities and surrounding provincially owned park are spotlessly maintained by a young and enthusiastic staff of summer students, led by some competant professionals.

Facilities are very accessible for anyone with mobility issues and very family friendly.

Staff are helpful and willing. The docks are often fairly full but transients are welcomed. The summer and weekend crowd are very friendly. Very large yachts can be accomodated.

The marina has lots of recreational activites associated with Upper Canada Village (1800's heritage village), the local beaches, parks and campsite. There are occasional movie nights in the big-top auditorium. Kayak, canoe and bike rental, with the cross Canada bike trail passing nearly. Lots of walking trails and exploring the shorelines by dinghy or on foot. Airfield for light aircraft a short walk away. Mini steam train rides.

The marina has a coffee shop, store for some boating items and charts, and a small attractive outdoor restaurant/bar. Swimming pool is clean and well-maintained, although the St. Lawrence is good for swimming and has some pretty beaches. There are picnic shelters and tables in the surrounding parkland.

Local shopping is about 10 minutes away by car (transportation to Morrisburg can usually be arranged).

Approach to the marina is well marked, deep water (12+ feet/3 metres) from the St. Lawrence at marker 72 (turn north).

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