Baer Harbour Marina on Lake Simcoe in Orillia

Marina enterance off Lake Simcoe

Baer Harbour Marina is located in Orillia on Lake Simcoe at the narrows between Lakes Simcoe and Lake Couchiching. The marina  has remained a family owned and operated marina since its beginning in 1966. We offer 90 covered slips and 15  open slips for boats up to 30 feet long in a sheltered basin.  The marina offers 7 acres of lush, park like grounds totally surrounded by cedar hedges.  Offering a quiet, peaceful and private setting for relaxation and enjoyment.  The marina is within walking distance of a corner store and several restaurants including a Tim Horton right on our corner.

Marina located on Lake Siimcoe and Lake Couchiching at the narrows in Orillia

A view of the the north yard looking out at the narrows between Lake Simcoe and Lake Couchiching

Marina located on Lake Siimcoe and Lake Couchiching at the narrows in Orillia

A view of the south yard looking in from water front of Lake Simcoe

Baer Harbour marina offers strictly covered and open slips.  Servicing is left up to the boat owner. We are next door to a full service marina with a boater store, gas and pump out.  As well there are several other full service marinas  within a three mile radius.  Our washrooms are clean, large, individual units set strategically around the property for your convenience. We have annual spider spraying and aquatic weed control. The aquatic weeds are harvested each year in July allowing boats trouble free access to and from their slips. The owners reside on the property.

Advantages to renting a covered slip:

1) Full protection from the sun, rain and snow all year round.

2) No shrink wrapping required. Shrink wrapping can and will allow for mold and mildew to form while in storage.

3) Allows you to do your own bottom washing at your own convenience.

4) Allows you to do work on boat spring or fall after it has been rasied and blocked for the winter.

5) On very extreme hot days and rainy days you are still able to enjoy the use of your boat while being out of the elements.

6) Boats kept in covered slips year round retain best value for resale.

7)  All this adds up to dollar $$$ saving.

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Orillia Attractions

Orillia Tourism – Area Attractions

Orillia, Ontario, Canada – The Sunshine City!
Bordering Lakes Simcoe and Couchiching on the spectacular Trent-Severn Waterway, Orillia is a vibrant city and tourist destination. An array of attractions, activities, festivals and events await you less than 90 minutes North of Toronto! Exceptional dining choices, trendy shops and our genuine hospitality are sure to entice you back again and again.

Waterfront Parks and Trails
Orillia’s waterfront parks – Couchiching Beach Park, Centennial Park, Veteran’s Park, Tudhope Memorial Park and Kitchener Park, offer everything from music festivals and free Sunday evening band concerts to a miniature train ride to outdoor skating rinks! Gardens, monuments, supervised beaches, boat launches, a skateboard park and splendid views create a perfect setting for family outings. Our famous Champlain Monument, unveiled at Couchiching Beach Park on July 01, 1925 is cast in bronze and stands 36 feet high. The Port of Orillia, our 220 slip transient marina on Lake Couchiching, welcomes boaters to the heart of our waterfront at Centennial and Couchiching Beach Parks. The Millennium Trail, Orillia’s 9.5 km paved link in the Trans Canada Trail, winds through our City, connecting our parks, the Port of Orillia, heritage sites and horticultural delights.

Downtown Orillia – Over 150 Shops and Services
Steps from our beautiful waterfront and Port of Orillia, Downtown Orillia offers excellent shopping, dining, art galleries, live theatre and road shows at our historic Opera House, and cultural exhibits at the Museum of Art and History. Savour our colourful Saturday morning Farmers’ Market, join in the festivities at our Sidewalk Sales, Spring Blues Festival, Classic Car Show and Beatles Celebration, take in the vivid colours of our Festival of Banners and Streets Alive outdoor art exhibits and discover some of our fine, heritage architecture.



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