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On the Water

There are many opportunities to enjoy the waters of Georgian Bay in Tay Township. See the where to play in Tay map for a better look.

Boat Launches and Marinas

Google Map of Marina's in Tay

Victoria Harbour Municipal Boat Launch

Albert Street Dock

The Albert Street Dock is located at 91 Albert Street, in Victoria Harbour

Boat trailer parking at 145 Albert Street (Library parking lot) permitted at the following times:

  • Friday from 5:30 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.
  • Saturday 1:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.
  • Sunday 5:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. (May 1 to Oct 15)

Please note: No overnight parking is permitted on any of the public parking lots .

Government Docks

Waubaushene Government Dock

The Waubaushene Government Dock is located at 4 Government Dock Rd., in Waubaushene.

Ellen Street Dock

The Ellen Street Dock is located at 50 Ellen Street, in Victoria Harbour

Waterfront Parks and Beaches

  • Calvert Park, Port McNicoll
  • Forest Harbour Park, Waubaushene
  • MacKenzie Park, Victoria Harbour
  • Magnus Beach, Port McNicoll
  • Midland Bay Woods Park Bayview, Port McNicoll
  • Midland Bay Woods Park Sunset Court, Port McNicoll
  • Patterson Park, Port McNicoll
  • Richard's Beach, Victoria Harbour
  • Tanners Beach, Waubaushene
  • Waubaushene Beach, Waubaushene

See the where to play in Tay map for a better look.

Beach Postings

For information regarding beach advisories and postings please visit the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit Website below:


No matter what type of fishing you do be sure to check the Ministry of Natural Resources rules and regulations first and don't forget your fishing licence.

Ice Fishing and Regulations

Ice fishing is a popular winter recreation activity in Tay.  Before venturing out on the ice, check the local ice conditions.  For further information on Ice Fishing or how to register your ice hut, visit the Ministry of Natural Resources website on ice fishing in Ontario.

Note: We do not permit the storage of ice huts on Township property.

Ontario Flood Forecasting and Warning Program

The Province publishes daily information about the Flood Forecasting and Warning Program, which prepares provincial and local authorities in the event of a flood. Visit the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry interactive web map for the latest flood forecast information for our area.