Perch, Pickerel, Salmon & Rainbow fishing at its best!
Located on Lake Erie’s north shore between Erieau and Port Stanley Ontario, this unspoiled natural beauty make Port Glasgow a passive recreationists dream!
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Our marina is an 80 slip facility that offers 3 launch ramps, food booth, state-of-the-art fish cleaning station, 10 floating PWC docks, rest rooms and showers.
We also offer the following:
Founded in 1958, Port Glasgow Yacht Club and Marina is a family friendly marina owned and managed by a dedicated group of volunteers.
Working for over 60 years as a ‘not for profit’ volunteer organization, Port Glasgow Yacht Club and Marina is one of the most successful and picturesque public marinas in Ontario. The marina property consists of 3 acres of Port Glasgow Yacht Club owned property and 22 acres of Municipal owned property, which is the former Beattie Access Provincial Park. Port Glasgow Yacht Club, under agreement with the municipality of West Elgin, operates the marina at no cost to the municipality. All revenue from dock rentals and launch ramp fees go toward marina operation and improvements. The marina was built by volunteers for the public to enjoy. It represents sixty plus years of volunteer work.
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“58” - the date of Port Glasgow Yacht Club’s founding - 1958
Partial white saltire and sky blue background represents the Scottish Flag respecting the Scottish Heritage of Port Glasgow.
Earth tone green lettering of the West Elgin’s Crest
COVID 19 NOTICE DETAILS
Effective Saturday May 22th, 2021
The Premier has just announced the reopening of marinas. Following are direct quotes from the Order in Council, which amends Regulation 82/20.
1. Section 37 of Schedule 2 to Ontario Regulation 82/20 is revoked and the following substituted: 37.
(1) Marinas, boating clubs and other organizations that maintain docking facilities for members or patrons that meet the following condition: 1. Any clubhouse, restaurant, pool, communal steam room, sauna or whirlpool, meeting room, fitness centre or other recreational facility on the premises must be closed to the public, except for any portion of those areas that, 1. is used to provide first aid services, 11. is used to provide take-out or delive1y service, 111. contains a washroom, or iv. provides access to an area described in subparagraph i, ii or iii.
(2) For greater certainty, nothing in this Order precludes a person responsible for a marina, boating club or other organization that maintains docking facilities for members or patrons from operating a grocery or convenience store on the premises or from providing fuel supply, boat or watercraft repair and servicing, boat or watercraft docking and boat or watercraft launching services.
Section 4 specifically mentions under sub section 20 – 'Boat and watercraft launches.'
All boaters also have responsibilities; Each person responsible for a boat or watercraft shall ensure that if a group of persons uses that boat or watercraft together for recreational purposes, the members of the group are all members of the same household or one other person from outside that household who lives alone or a caregiver for any member of the household.