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Hastings Village Marina

Toll Free Phone : (800) 268-4561
Phone : (705) 696-3226
E-Mail : Click Here to E-Mail us
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Your Host(s) : Municipality of Trent Hills

Hastings, ON (Nearby: Norwood, Westwood, Trent River, Warkworth, Havelock)


5 Dit Clapper Drive
Hastings, Ontario
K0L 1Y0

Ontario Tourism Region : Kawartha and Northumberland

Open for Sunday Shopping can accommodate tour groups Wheelchair accessible school tours, birthdays, reunions, weddings, corporate functions, etc.

[ We Accept Cash ] [ We Accept Visa ] [ We Accept Mastercard ] [ We Accept Debit Payment ] [ We Accept Travellers Cheques ]

Tour Group Person Limit: 50

Driving Directions:
  • Highway #401 one hour east of Toronto to Cobourg (2nd exit), 25 minutes north on Highway #45 to Hastings, or Hwy #7 east of Peterborough to Hyway #45 at Norwood, south 10 minutes to Hastings.

Business Hours:
  • Marina opens Wednesday prior to May long weekend and closes Thanksgiving Monday. Summer Hours Monday - Thursday 9am - 6pm Friday - Sunday and Holidays 9am - 7pm.

Description From Owner:
  • Seasonal Slip Rates: $32 per foot (unserviced slip) up to 20' boats! Cruisers only $41.80/ft for 30 amp and $51.80/ft for 50 amp. TRANSIENTS - $1.80/ft for 30 amp and $2.40/ft for 50 amp.
  • A modern, state of the art marina in the charming Village of Hastings, Hub of the Trent with 64 slips able to accommodate boats of every size, up to 80' in length.
  • Clean municipal water, hot showers, 30 & 50 amp service, water and pumpout at every slip.
  • 1500' waterfront picnic area, 70' deck for relaxing and watching the boats go by.
  • Fully wheelchair accessable, including the showers.
  • Walk to area features, including Churches, Legion, Groceries, Hardware
  • LCBO, Beer store, Banking & ATM, lodges, B&Bs, Dining, Gift Shops and Bait & Tackle.
  • Nearby Fishing Boat and Pontoon Boat rentals.
  • Deck dining at both sides of the dams.
  • Only 1.5 hours east of Toronto, why fight the traffic to get to the Muskokas?
  • Over 60 kilometres of lock-free boating!
  • Free boat launch and parking
  • Call 800-268-4561 or 705-696-3226 to inquire.
  • Hastings Village Marina does not offer the following: Fuel, boat repairs, boat sales, parts or boat rentals. However, all are available in the surrounding area.
  • NOTE: The Marina and boat launch are CLOSED on Canada Day due to the fireworks display that is lit off on the Marina property.
  • NOTE: The Hastings Waterfront Festival will take place the 3rd weekend in August. During this time reservations and slip availability will be limited. The boat launch will be closed during the festival. We are sorry for the inconvenience.

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Lynn Duffy on 19-Feb-24
What a terrific place to enjoy a picnic. This year they poured cement pads, and put new picnic tables on them. The view is beautiful. The gazebo is used for so many things like yoga, and people gathering to chat, and dance. It is accessible for people, because the sidewalk goes right into the gazebo. Boats moor along the water, just after the lock, making it convient to walk the town.

Vern Shepherd on 14-Feb-23
Just the best, cleanest most friendly marina to stop at. No fuel, but 30 and 50 amp service, water and pump out.

Adam Van Spronsen on 09-Feb-22
We got some local pizza as a family and ate on a picnic table near the docks. It was quite nice there. Lots of picnic tables around to sit on. Lots of parking available. Nice to watch the boats. Hastings has a few nice little restaurants well worth checking out.

Kelly Tran on 12-Feb-21
This marina is smaller than others but well organized. It's suited in such a quaint little town, restaurants, supermarket, ice cream parlour and little shops are available close by. We came by to get a referral mechanic for our boat from another boater, was shown around the marina and was greeted by friendly staffs. The office is so clean and welcoming. Wish our boat was here. It would be 10 min away from our house....maybe next year.

lloyd ingraham on 22-Nov-20
Hastings is a lovely little village. Every thing you would need on your travels is handy to the dock. Stock up and back on the water in no time.

David and Nancy Lynn on 08-Aug-17
Monday, August 7, 2017 We must compliment and thank the Hastings Village Marina manager, Wow! service, empathy, and an excellent place to come to. When we first arrived Sunday morning , he was busy making sure the establishment was clean and ready for guests and visitors. The washrooms were immaculate. He welcomed us, gave us directions for parking and using the boat launch - a great start to a day away from the city with friends for a boat ride on Rice Lake. It was when we arrived back that true 'over the edge' service began and we learned first hand what a wonderful community Hastings Village is. When we pulled into the dock, my husband leaped off our boat to help moor it. He managed to fall in a very awkward way and was hurt (He did break a bone in his ankle). Within seconds the manager of the Marina was there to help and call for an ambulance. He remained nearby and was very instrumental in getting help fast- volunteer firefighters arrived first and made the first assessment. The firefighters were efficient, knowledgeable and very sympathetic. The paramedics who carried us off to Campbellford Hospital were also exemplary in my husband’s treatment. . We were in and out of the hospital in under two hours (x-rays included). The couple who came over to help with the boat simply appeared, did the deed and left without waiting for our sincere thanks. Small town people with big hearts - That will be our remembrance of Hastings. David and Nancy Lynn Burlington, Ontario

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