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Gore Bay

Gore Bay Marina

Gore Bay has a fully serviced marina, which is sheltered by two bluffs. Services offered include gas, diesel, pumpout and transient dockage with 30 and 50 amp power.

A well-stocked marine store with bike and water activity rentals is located beside the marina office. The boardwalk along the waterfront leads to tennis and basketball courts, a playground for children,

The golf course is located only a few miles south. The very popular Gore Bay Theatre at the Community Hall is featured on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings during the month of July.

Take a step back in time at the Gore Bay Museum. This building was originally built as a jailhouse and served as such until 1940. While in town you could take a relaxing walk or have a picnic at the Harold Noble Memorial Park on the East Bluff and enjoy a spectacular view from the Look-Out located there.

Contact Gore Bay Marina
15 Water Street, P.O. Box 590,
Gore Bay, Ontario,
P0P 1H0,
(705) 282-2906

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