Orillia is surrounded by water that acts as a rippling blue magnet to attract visitors from far and wide who love to boat, fish, and enjoy being on the water. Every summer, thousands of boaters dock at the Port of Orillia. For many Orillia is a destination; for others, it is a special stop on a voyage through the historic 386-kilometre Trent-Severn Waterway. The adjacent waterfront parks offer scenic trails, sandy beach, picnic areas, free Sunday evening band concerts and a delightful replica steam train for kids of all ages. The Port of Orillia is just steps away from great dining and shopping in Downtown Orillia.
The Port of Orillia- “Jewel of the Trent”! The Port of Orillia is the best facility located on the Trent-Severn Waterway and is connected to Historic Downtown Orillia including restaurants, shopping, grocery and liquor stores. Facilities include well kept washrooms and Showers! Come visit Port of Orillia and enjoy the many festivals and activities that are taking place this summer!
|Port of Orillia – “Jewel of the Trent”
Tie Up at the Best Facility on the Trent-Severn Waterway! Lake Couchiching, Orillia, Ontario, Canada.
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Monitoring VHF Channel 68 – Phone: 705-326-6314
Phone Reservations Only – Email Not Available
What is “Dock & Dine”?
If you are shopping, dining or attending one of our great entertainment venues, you can access Downtown Orillia by water. Tune your radio to Channel 68, contact the Port of Orillia and our friendly dock attendants will direct you to a space along our seawall or on the docks, subject to availability. Register with the Port office and we will provide you with up to 3 hours of free moorage (hydro and water not included) with proof of purchase from any Downtown merchant.
Moorage rates apply after 1 hour (3 with receipt of downtown purchase). We appreciate your patronage of our area and acknowledge that some visits may require more than 3 hours. Share your plans with the Port of Orillia staff and we will be happy to accommodate based on reservations on paid slips.
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