Marina

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Leamington Marina is a deep water, premier marina located in South West Ontario on beautiful Lake Erie. With 292 slips the Leamington Marina can offer any size dock - from personal water crafts to vessels over 75 feet. All docks are constructed of a state of the art floating pier system and are equipped for Municipal water hook-up, electricity, and WiFi, with all slips fully serviced and protected from Lake Erie by an outer breakwall.

Services at the Leamington Marina include an experienced and knowledgeable team of staff who will make you feel at home once you arrive. Overnight security, a boater's lounge, laundry facilities, 24-hour showers, gated dock areas, and large pavilion with outdoor patio are available to guests, as well gas and diesel fuel services complete with a sanitary pump-out station. The marina is equipped with a large boat ramp and assistance provided during peak times. The Marina is also home Port to the Leamington Yacht Club

Exciting events and live music are hosted each weekend throughout the season both on the marina patio and in the gazebo in adjacent Rick Atkin Park. 

View our harbour from a drone fly over on June 16, 2018; courtesy of Doug and Pam Jackson (Great Lakes Cruising Club Members). 

 

Loran Coordinates: North 42.01.00 West 82.36.00

Pertinent weather related links for Winds, Radar, Lake Conditions, and Water Temperatures.  

Buoy Text Program allows users to sign up to receive up to date information on lake conditions by text.  

As owner or operator of a boat, it is your responsibility to report to the CBSA when you enter Canadian waters.

Daily, Weekly, Weekend and Seasonal Boat Ramp passes are available at the Leamington Marina.  

View our North Side  or South Side webcams for a current, live view of the Leamington Marina harbour. 

Cameras are not operational during the winter months from November to March.

Contact(s)

© 2018 The Municipality of Leamington 111 Erie Street North, Leamington, Ontario N8H 2Z9

Phone: 519-326-5761
Fax: 519-326-2481
Email: General Information

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