Marina

aerial view of marina on a sunny autumn day. Boats are docked, water is calm.

Welcome to the Peterborough Marina 

About our Marina

The Peterborough Marina is located in the heart of downtown Peterborough on Little Lake.  Recognized as the centre of one of Canada’s premier recreational regions, Peterborough, a vibrant urban centre at the gateway to cottage country, is diverse and active community with a population of over 82,000 residents.  From Little Lake and the Otonabee River, you can travel the historic Trent-Severn Waterway, which connects 134 lakes and some of the most magnificent landscapes along its 386 kilometre route. At Lock 21, just upstream of Little Lake, you can see the world's highest hydraulic lift lock. The Peterborough Lift Lock is a national historic site and an engineering marvel.

The marina offers daily, weekly or seasonal mooring with 100 slips. Our friendly and helpful staff look forward to making your visit enjoyable. We can help you find special attractions and share ideas on things to do while you're in town. The marina is also close to the Peterborough & the Kawarthas Tourism visitor centre. Or you can visit our event calendar to see what's going on in the community during your stay.

Safety Protocols

Please review the protocols below for entering and exiting the Marina, as well as user safety.

COVID-19 Safety Protocols

Entering/Exiting

  • All Marina contract holders must review and adhere to the City of Peterborough safety guidelines at all times.
  • Boaters must sanitize hands before and after entering the private washrooms.
  • When fueling, all customers must be off the vessel and at least 2 m from Marina employees.
  • Customers will be required to remove and replace their own gas caps.

User Safety

  • Customers are not permitted inside the office. All transactions must take place through the Marina service window.
  •  Showers, private washrooms, and public washrooms are cleaned and sanitized periodically each day.

Non-compliance with the above guidelines may result in ejection from the facility, and/or disciplinary action to those responsible and/or the contract holder.

Amenities

The Peterborough Marina is an ideal stopover when you're cruising along the Trent-Severn Waterway. It's conveniently located just below the world famous Peterborough Lift Lock. With top-of-the-line facilities, we have all you need for your vacation stop.

Our amenities
  • Marina building100 slips – both seasonal and transient
  • Located on VHF Monitor Channel 68
  • 30 and 50 amp hook-ups, water hook-up access, and station
  • Ability to dock vessels up to 70 feet in length
  • Diesel and gas sales
  • Washroom facilities and showers
  • Laundry facilities
  • Wireless internet
  • Family restaurant at the marina
  • Enhanced security features
  • Ice, refreshments, snacks
  • Houseboat facilities are welcome
  • Next to a park with picnic tables, summer concert series and special events
  • Lakefront beach nearby
  • Pets allowed in marina
  • Short drive to Peterborough Airport
  • Close walking distance to dining, cafes, pubs, grocery stores, banks, cinema, theatres and shopping

2022 Services and Rates

Dockage rates (Canadian dollar per foot)
Dock typeServiceone night ($/ft)Per week ($/ft)Per month ($/ft) Season ($/ft)Notes 
A/B/C docks

15 or 30 amp

$2.24

$10.46

$24.05

$55.02

all prices + HST

A/B/C docks

2 x 30 or 50 amp

$2.55

$10.71

$25.83

$59.17

all prices + HST

H dock

Roadside - no power

$1.99

$10.10

$18.95

$51.66

all prices + HST

Pump out rates
One tankTwo tanks
$19.69 + HST $33.29 + HST

 

Notes:

  • HST (Harmonized Sales Tax) of 13% will be added to all listed prices
  • A, B, and C docks are allocated for boats greater than 20 feet length over all (LOA) requiring power
  • Cost per foot is based on LOA from bowsprit to end of swim platform
  • To qualify for the seasonal rate, full payment must be received when initially docked

Marina Booking Requests

Request a reservation at the Peterborough Marina for the upcoming boating season, please submit the Mooring Booking Request Form.

Map of docks and slips

Docks and slips at the Peterborough Marina

Illustrated map showing overhead view of docks and slips available at the Peterborough Marina

Facility Code of Conduct

 Facility Code of Conduct

The City of Peterborough Marina requests that all visitors be aware and comply with the Code of Conduct and facility information listed below: 

  • Respect all persons including children, youth, adults and staff at all times

  • Enjoy your experience at this public facility and property by creating a positive environment for all participants and facility users

  • Respect this facility as public property as well as the property and rights of others

  • Keep the facility and property clean and dispose of all litter in designated receptacles.

Facility Users

  • Patrons entering the premises assume all risks and dangers associated with all activities and events

  • The City of Peterborough is not responsible for lost or stolen items

  • Photographic devices are prohibited in showers and washrooms

  • Pets must be always on leash while not aboard a boating vessel

  • No person shall smoke a substance of any kind while on the property as per City of Peterborough By law 18-114 and the Smoke Free Ontario Act, 2017

  • Boaters and visitors must comply with City of Peterborough Noise by law- Chapter 691, and Public Nuisances By Law 15-144, at all times.

  • Consumption of Alcohol is only permitted aboard your vessel and not in any unlicensed areas of the property as per the City of Peterborough Alcohol Management Policy  

  • Use of BBQ is only permitted on vessels and will not be permitted on the docks or grounds

Non-compliance with any of the above may result in ejection and/or disciplinary action against the responsible person(s)

Customer Service

The Marina and Lighthouse Lounge and Grill are now open for the season. 

the marina on a sunny summer day with the lighthouse restaurant in the background

2022 Office Hours

May 20 to June 19 

Monday to Thursday – 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Friday to Sunday  - 8 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.

June 20 to September 5 

Monday to Thursday – 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Friday to Sunday (including Canada Day July 1, Civic Holiday Aug. 1 and Labour Day Sept. 5)  - 8 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.

September 6 to October 10 

Monday to Friday – 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Saturday to Sunday (including Thanksgiving Oct 10) – 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.