Details for Kagawong Municipal Marina

Kagawong Municipal Marina

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Average rating 4.0 stars from 14 reviews

Address Kagawong, ON


After hours contact

Facility type

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

VHF channel



Email contact

Owner, manager

Billings Township


Bruce Mercer


Bruce Mercer

Payments acceptedCredit cards - YES
Checks - NO

Payment info

Payment discounts

Operation (seasonal or year-round)

Additional info:






Tide & current additional info


Approach: Unknown
Transient dockage: 10
Fuel dock: Unknown

Other depth info: 17+ feet on the outer wall of the marina.

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

Additional info:

Size restrictionsLOA max: 46
Beam max: Unknown

Other info:


Transient: Unknown
Total: Unknown
Transient price: $1.60/ft (2014-08-14)

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Transient: Unknown
Total: Unknown
Transient price: Unknown

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

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Pricing info:

Cable TV (and pricing)


Phone hookup (and pricing)

Water (and pricing)


Dinghy access


Liveaboard info


Fuel brand: PetroCanada- New North Fuels

Gas priceUnknown

Other price info: Premium Gas

Diesel priceUnknown

Other price info:


Pets welcomeYes

Other pet info: Must be on a leash.

Disability access


Launch service

Pump out

Yes - Price $13 as of August 2014.




Yes - Recycle bins are outside the office.


Yes - Separate building. Rustic but clean and functional.


Yes - Separate building. Rustic but clean and functional.




Yes - Small general store is across the road from the marina, minimum supply.




Hotels or motels

Yes - B&B near the marina on Main St. - Mike & Karen Free
Maple Tree Cottage, 165 Main St., Kagawong, ON, P0P 1J0

Repair capabilities

Haul out capabilities


Storage facilities

Fishing supplies

Yes - Limited, available at the marina.

Chartering capabilities

Internet access

Yes - Free WiFi at the marina.

Boat ramp availability



Other services

Ice cream parlor on the municipal dock and a liquor store a short walk away.


Short hike to Bridal Veil Falls, very pretty and worth the effort. Nice beach to swim at. Very cool old wood light house close to the marina.

Reviews for Kagawong Municipal Marina
Don't miss the Falls and great wifi, 2016-08-05
Captain: , Annapolis MD. (101)

wonderful experience with marina staff. best wifi off all marinas since Midland. don't miss the Falls. it was one of the best experiences of G Bay and North Channel. we did a morning swim there--all to ourselves.

Great location and staff, 2015-08-17
Captain: , Fort Worth, TX (450)

Loved this stop. Friendly and helpful service. They didn't mind us stopping here for a few hours to explore the falls and church. Don't forget to purchase ice cream in the marina office.

Great little stop, 2015-08-11
Captain: , Essex, CT (1675)

So the showers arent' the greatest, and bathrooms the same. And the docks could use a little TLC. But this is a wonderful stop. The Bridal Veil Falls are terrific -- and a perfect stop after a wonderful bike ride. We rode around the penninsula and hardly saw more than one house and a stray passing truck. It was wonderful. And yes, the ride UP to the Falls is a doozy -- but wonderful when you reach it. The town has several nice shops -- but the best by far being the Edwards Studio and Art Gallery above the museum. Beautiful art (and yes, we bought two!). Richard and his wife are terrific and very engaging. The museum was a hoot -- very small and small town (complete with the wedding gowns from one family for over 100 years).

Bike ride and 10k hike, 2014-08-05
Captain: , Westbrook CT (277)

Nice place for a couple of challenging bike rides. To the right the road is quiet but has some steep hills eventually leading to Gore Bay. Left gets even steeper, but once the climb is done the road is level and leads around (clockwise) to Bridal Veil Falls. Very pretty.

We got a ride over to West Bay and the Cup and Saucer Trail. This was a very picturesque hike with two challenging climbing sections (thankfully short).

Great location, things to see, 2014-08-04
Captain: , Nowhere,OK (1314)

The marina is older with wooden docks but they are well taken care off. They spray off the seagull droppings on a regular basis. Staff is very good, second place on the loop that they braid the lines rather than dumping them on the dock.

Small store on the dock, they have very good ice cream.

Vist St. John's Church at the foot of the marina. Small store / post office across the street. Make sure you go to the Chocolate store and Bridal Veil Falls.

Perfect North Channel Stop, 2014-07-08
Captain: , Boca Raton, FL (355)

Beautiful very small town and marina with a staff that provided absolutley outstanding servivce. The falls, trails and museum should not be missed.

Kagawong & Bridal Veil Falls, 2014-07-07
Captain: , Penetanguishene ON. (51)

Municipal docks are small and friendly. They have several fingers that can hold boats of varying sizes. Depth up to 10 ft. Larger boats can tie on the outside wall. They accommodated our 35 ft sailboat (draft of 5ft) at no charge while we hiked to the falls. It's an easy 15-20 minute walk to the charming falls. There are several lookouts for taking pictures and you can walk down a well maintained staircase to the falls. There is a change room to change into your swim suit...bring reef runners to wade into the pebble coated pool and go for a refreshing swim. The Grateful Dog hotdog stand was a hit. There is a lovely Chocolate Shop where you can purchase sweets, jams, chutneys and coffee. The marina shop has famous Manitoulin Farquhar ice cream.

loved the falls, 2013-08-12
Captain: , Thames River Yacht Club (93)

The walk along the stream to the falls is amazing!
Docks are tight, but protected by the outer wall.
Not the tourist trap I expected

Sweet small town and great public places, 2012-08-04
Captain: , Olalla WA (412)

Almost skipped this stop and glad we didn't. Marina is small with friendly, helpful staff. Kids who swim and jump off the adjacent wall are friendly and interested in boaters (we are Loopers and two teenage boys showed such interest in our journey we even gave them a tour of our boat). Hike up to Bridal Veil Falls is a lovely spot for a picnic and swim. Go inside the Anglican Church to read its history, see its boat bow pulpit and other nautical features. Charming. Nice public art including giant chess board with playing pieces, a rock maze and a cypress tree maze. Chocolate store too. Great overnight stop.

Once was enough, 2012-07-15
Captain: , punta gorda, fl (1328)

Stayed here 7/11/12. Rustic but serviceable dock. Protection is from outside stone dock. Hike to falls was fun. Church was interesting. No real restaurants or shopping to speak of. Dock is next to swimming beach and numerous young people used the dock (including our finger pier) for diving until almost 10 p.m. Which was a bit uncomfortable. Rest room/shower was basic but clean.

Kagawong Marina, 2012-01-28
Captain: , Punta Gorda, FL (190)

Actually this was one of my favorite stops transiting the North Channel in July 2011. Tiny but secure little marina with very helpful and friendly young staff. Very rough bath and shower facility. The walk through the woods to the Bridal Veil Falls was fun. WIFI in the tiny library up the hill from the marina. Casual conversations with folks in the library was very enjoyable. Nice place.

Walk to Bridal Veil Falls, 2011-12-13
Captain: , Portland, Maine (66)

Friendly stop. Walk to lovely falls...see the chapel.

Out of the way small town charm, 2011-08-09
Captain: , Ontario (60)

Marina is small and rickety, but worth the stop over. The hike to the falls is worth it, the chocoalte factory, candy store and Kuku hut are cool little stores to check out. It is a small hike to the general store, which may or may not have what you are looking for. Not that great for re-stocking.

Nice place to stop & family friendly, 2010-08-21
Captain: , Newport, RI (10275)

After departing Little Current we headed to Kagawong in Mudge bay so that we could hike to the Bridal Veil falls. We were expecting to have to anchor and go ashore in the dinghy, but instead we found a delightful little town with a nice marina that let us pull up onto their wall while we explored. The falls are only about 15-20 minutes away on a nicely groomed trail. Lots of people were there enjoying the pool and the falls as it's also close to the road. What was really fun about the falls is that area behind the falls has been eroded allowing you to walk behind them and dive in to the pool.

While we didn't stay at the docks, they appeared to be in good shape. According to the staff there's 9-10' at some of the docks and we had 14' at the wall.

There's a wonderful beach right next to the marina that is used by many families. The staff was very friendly and helpful.

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