The Harbour is conveniently located in the heart of Lion's Head. The Lion's Head Beach Park Campground, sand beach, playground, pavilion, grocery store, hardware store, bank, pharmacy, food establishments and more are all within walking distance. There is also a viewing platform, lighthouse, memorial gardens and harbourside live music performed every Friday night throughout the summer months.
Harbours & Boat Launches
Lion's Head, Ontario
Lion's Head Harbour
The Lion's Head Harbour offers 203 seasonal, monthly and transient slips on 20' and 40' finger docks; 30 and 50 amp electrical services are available on a number of slips. Some wharf tie-ups are also available. Ethanol free gasoline, ultra low sulphur diesel, launch ramp, washrooms, showers, pump outs, Wi-Fi, mast crane and winter storage are all available at the harbour. For a listing of rates and fees, please refer to Section 14 of the Municipality's Fees and Charges By-law.
Contact Lion's Head Harbour Office:
The current policies and procedures for the Lion's Head Harbour are available in the Lion's Head Harbour Policy Handbook. In 2017, Planmac Engineering completed the Final Operational Assessment Report of the Lion's Head Harbour. Planmac's report addressed areas such as the break wall, parking and the lighthouse.
Little Tub Harbour
The Tobermory Harbour, also known as Little Tub Harbour, offers seasonal, monthly and transient slips on the main wharf and finger docks. These docks can hold vessels up to 125', and offer 30 and 50 amp electrical services. A large fueling dock offers ethanol free gasoline and ultra-low sulphur diesel. Other features include a launch ramp, washrooms, showers, pump outs, Wi-Fi, mast crane and outdoor winter storage. For a listing of rates and fees, please refer to Section 13 of the Municipality's Fees and Charges By-law.
Contact Tobermory Harbour Office:
519-596-2731 or 519-375-6033
The Harbour is located in downtown Tobermory falling within the Fathom Five National Marine Park. There are restaurants, gift shops and a grocery store within walking distance. Many tour and diving boats port here. There are shipwrecks and several islands to discover including Flowerpot Island.
The Tobermory Harbour has a very lengthy waiting list for both recreational and commercial slips. It may be several years before a slip becomes available.
The Tobermory Harbour Lease for Berthing is for current 2024 slipholders only.
There are many other smaller boat launches throughout the Municipality. Visit our Boat Launches page for location details.