North Bay Marina
Enjoy beautiful Lake Nipissing from our 270-slip marina located on Memorial Drive. Your boats are kept secure with twenty-four hour security. We offer boat slip rentals by the season, month and day. Services include: fuel (regular to mid-range unleaded), boat launch, sewage pump out, pop and ice.
- Slip rental
- Twenty-four hour security
- Launch ramp
- Sewage pump out service
Products for Sale
Marina Office: (705) 495-3959
Marina Fax: (705) 495-2031
From Hwy 11 N: Hwy 11 N to Intersection of Hwy 11 and 17 (Hwy 11 turns into Algonquin Ave.). Follow Algonquin Ave. to Jane St. Turn right on Jane St. Take Jane St. to Murray St. Turn left on Murray St. Follow Murray St. to lights at Murray St. and Main St. Proceed through lights to Memorial Dr. Marina located on right side of Memorial Dr.
From Hwy 17: Follow Hwy 17 to Hwy 17 B (Main St.) ramp. Follow Hwy 17 B (Main St.) to traffic lights. Turn right onto Memorial Dr. Marina located on right side of Memorial Dr.
From Hwy 17 S: Follow Hwy 17S to Cassells St. (3rd set of lights). Turn left on Cassells St. and follow until you reach Main St. Turn right on Main St. and follow to traffic lights at Memorial Dr. and Main St. Turn left on Memorial Dr. Marina located on right side of Memorial Dr.
From Hwy 63: Follow Hwy 63 to Trout Lake Rd. Take Trout Lake Rd. to Cassells St. Follow Cassells St. to Main St. Turn right on Main St. and follow to traffic lights. Turn left onto Memorial Dr. Marina located on right side of Memorial Dr.
Map Datum: UTM NAD83 Zone17T (Metric)
Map coordinates are not always accurate. They are not to be used for safety of life applications, or for any other application in which the accuracy or reliability of map coordinates could create a situation where personal injury or death may occur. The Corporation of the City of North Bay makes no guarantees, representations or warranties respecting the accuracy, completeness or reliability of the map coordinates either expressed or implied. The Corporation of the City of North Bay specifically disclaims any and all liability, including without limitation, consequential and incidental damages, that may arise in any way from the use of or reliance on the map coordinates.
- Marina Brochure 2013
- Marina Lease Agreement
- Marina Terms and Conditions of Use
- Marina Request for Information/Public Input Form
Clean Boater Program
You can make a difference - Yes you are just one boater, but collectively we will make a difference.
As individuals we can all contribute to cleaning up our environment. The Clean Boater Handbook outlines best environmental practices for the Spring Pre-launch, Summer boating, and Fall winterization. Using common sense ideas you may not have considered before can make our waterways cleaner for generations of enjoyment.
When you become a Clean Boater you will receive:
- A Clean Boater Handbook - Outlines simple to carry out practices
- Hundreds of tips and ideas for best environmental practices
- A Clean Boater Membership Identification Card
- An Environmental Boat Inspection & A Clean Boater Decal (Completed by Certified Inspection Facilities & Currently Available to Ontario Residence Only)
- Interactive Clean Boater Newsletters and Website
- Discounts on Environmental Products & Services
- Discounts on Marine Expert Marine Insurance Marine Expert and the Ontario Marine Operators Association have joined forces to create this comprehensive environmental program for boaters in Ontario. Boaters who join the Clean Boater Program will be eligible to recieve a 10% discount on their insurance premiums while protecting Canada's waterways. This Clean Boater Group Insurance Program is distributed exclusively by ELCO Insurance Group Inc.
- Clean Boater Decal
- The Satisfaction of Doing Your Part to Ensure That Future Generations Enjoy the Best Boating in the World
Join the Clean Boater Program today!
Clean Marine Program
WHAT IS THE CLEAN MARINE PROGRAM?
The Ontario Marine Operators Association (OMOA) along with over twenty marine industry professionals and Ontario's boaters' and anglers' associations formed the Clean Marine Partnership to develop a voluntary program of "Environmental Best Practices" for the marine industry that is recognized as the leader in North America. OMOA member marinas have been enrolling in the Clean Marine Program to ensure that their marinas are following these environmentally sound practices and protecting our waterways for all to enjoy.
WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO BECOME A CLEAN MARINE PROGRAM MEMBER?
It takes commitment. Each of the Clean Marine Program marinas must pass a comprehensive environmental audit to ensure compliance with the program standards set out in the Clean Marine manual. This manual, developed through the cooperation of the OMOA, Environment Canada and the Ontario Ministry of the Environment sets out more than 200 environmental practices that cover all aspects of marine operations from fueling to waste oil and paper recycling.
Each marina is audited by Green Leaf Environmental Communications, a third party firm, licensed by Environment Canada who provides the marina with a detailed report on their compliance with the standards of the Clean Marine Program. Results of this audit are converted to a five point Eco-rating system, with a low of one and a high of five.
Whether awarded the single Green Leaf Anchor rating or the highest rating of five Green Leaf Anchors, a marina's participation and rating demonstrates their commitment to the protection of our waterways and marine life.