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Marinas
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kayaking
 
 

Launch ramps

Andress Boat Works, Rockport
east of Gananoque

Williams Marine Services, 
east of Gananoque

Peck's Marina
east of Gananoque

Gananoque Municipal Marina,
Gananoque

Brennan Marine, Gananoque

Clarks Marine
 west of Gananoque

No. 2 highway

 

 

 

Marinas

Visit the scenic 1000 Islands area of the St. Lawrence River and discover one of
Canada’s oldest national parks.

  Gananoque Municipal Marina

 

Gananoque Municipal Marina
The Town of Gananoque is fortunate to possess one of the most popular marinas located on the St. Lawrence river. The Municipal marina provides 340 slips, both serviced and un-serviced for boats up to 50 ft. in length. Transient dock space is also available for boaters visiting Gananoque for the short term.

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Clark's Marina

 

Clark's Marina Gananoque Ontario Canada

We have been in operation for 50 years.
Located 2 miles west of Gananoque, our full service marina has been in operation for over 40 years.  Seasonal, Monthly, and overnight dockage packages are available.  We have fuel on site, a pump-out station, clean washrooms, and  parking is always convenient and available.
We now offer Wi Fi internet in the marina.
Address: 35 Clark Dr. Gananoque, Ontario K7G 2V5
Phone:
(613) 382-0016

 Full service marina
 Storage
 
160 slips
 
Seasonal and Transient docking available
 Inside/Outside Winter storage available

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The Thousand Islands Association

 

The Thousand Islands Association (TIA) is a non-profit organization made up of approximately 1500 sailors, power boaters, and cottage owners. Founded in 1922, the organization's membership is roughly half Canadian and half American, with a common interest in keeping the St. Lawrence River a safe and beautiful area. One of the most visible functions carried out by TIA is helping boaters avoid many of the dangerous shoals which populate the St. Lawrence River.  
 
 
 
 

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