- Parks & Facilities
- 20 November 2014
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The Meaford Harbour has a significant parkland area, municipal marina and community pavilion with plenty of parking for cars, boats and RV’s.
The Harbour Marina features an administration and comfort station providing all the amenities of a big marina. The harbour office, located at 3 St. Vincent Street, contains the office with a beautiful space for the boaters to utilize. It is complete with washrooms, showers, and a beautiful lounge for the boaters to take in the breathtaking scenery.
We invite you to come and stay with us for a day, a week or for the whole summer. Meaford Harbour has everything you need within walking distance, to enjoy your stay in beautiful Meaford.
Physical Address: 3 St. Vincent Street
Phone: 519-538-1060 x.1401 or 519-538-5975
Supervisor, Parks & Facilities Rod Willis 519-538-1060 ext 1400 email@example.com
Meaford, ON N4L 1A1
Fresh fruits, vegetables and other produce available from local producers, including honey, plants, flowers, jewellery, crafts, meats, baking, and preserves.
Musical entertainment and other special events.
Harbour Rates (plus HST)
Seasonal Hydro/ft $8.00
Boat Pump Out $18.00
Administrative Fee for Cancelled Contracts $100.00
(after May 1st)
Late Fee Surcharge on contract payments $25.00 per month
2 payment Option Plan Administration Fee $25.00
3 payment Option Plan Administration Fee $50.00
Camping Fees(plus HST)
RV/Trailer camping/fishing $37.00 per night
RV/Trailer camping, launch, haul out & river dock slip $ 60.00 per night
RV/Trailer Dump Station Fee $5.00
Boat Launch Fees
Seasonal Pass $75.00
In/Out Pass per day $6.00
Rotary Harbour Pavilion Fees
Non-Profit Organizations $60.00
Non-Profit Organizations- licensed event $200.00
Private half day- 4 hour or less non-licensed event $70.00
Private full day non-licensed event $125.00
Private full day licensed event $250.00
Use of Drop Curtains $75.00
Notice: Due to legislation all operators of pleasure craft vessels (regardless of size) will be required to have a pleasure craft operator card. As of September 15, 2009 everyone operating a pleasure craft (regardless of size) will require a pleasure craft operator card. Safe Boating manuals can be purchased online.