City of Barrie Marina

EV Charging Stations

Modified Boat Launch & Marina Access | June 14–16

The City also offers the Tiffin Boat Launch and the Transient Marina. Please refer to those pages for pertinent information.

The City of Barrie Marina, located at 55 Lakeshore Drive, was the first marina on Lake Simcoe to receive the internationally recognized Blue Flag award. The Marina has maintained this prestigious eco-label since 2015. To receive a Blue Flag, marinas and beaches must achieve and maintain a series of stringent environmental, educational, safety-related, and access-related criteria. 

The City of Barrie Marina opened for the season on April 27, 2024

Marina Features

  • 128 slips for boats 22’ and under
  • 215 slips with hydro hookup for boats over 22’ (max 60')
  • Potable water available on each dock
  • Washroom/showers in Marina Administration building and Heritage Park building
  • Mast Stepper
  • Dual concrete launch ramp
  • Gas, ice, oil, pump outs
  • Shopping within easy walking distance
  • Centennial Park & Beach adjacent to Marina

Marina Boat Slip Waitlist Form

Marina Fees

Marina Parking

With a valid Marina Parking Permit, ​Marina slip renters can park for free in the marina lot and in nearby hybrid parking lots (Spirit Catcher, Lakeshore Drive, and North Marina parking lots). Drivers can also park in these lots for $10/hour or $50 daily. This is enforced 24/7/365, however overnight parking is not permitted in all hybrid and waterfront parking areas (lots and on-street) from December 1 through March 31, 12:01–5am.​

Trash-Trapping Technology

The City of Barrie Marina fights pollution with trash-trapping technology. Seabins and floating booms are installed within the harbour. These devices collect floating debris, which is then analyzed to identify the greatest sources of pollution and possible diversion approaches. This initiative furthers the marina’s dedication to maintaining responsible environmental practices.

Surface Water Quality

The City of Barrie Marina monitors the water to maintain water quality and limit recreational disturbance. Learn about the various types of films you may see at the marina: