About Us
 

Wasauksing First Nation is located on Parry Island in Georgian Bay, immediately southwest of the Town of Parry Sound, less than 15 kilometres in from Highway 69/400.  The First Nation has a relatively undeveloped land mass in excess of 7,487 hectares and is located on a picturesque island with road access via an old swing bridge.

Within the First Nation is Wasauksing Marina & Campground.  The marina is over 40 years old and is owned and operated by Wasauksing First Nation.  It is located on Parry Island approximately twenty five minutes to the west of Parry Sound, Ontario with direct water access to Georgian Bay.  The business is also located approximately 1½ to 2 hour drive from the Greater Toronto Area and Golden Horseshoe Region.

A key highlight of Wasauksing Marina as it is in the tourism Mecca of the 30,000 Islands of Parry Sound in North Central Ontario with direct access to Georgina Bay.

The idea for constructing a Marina on the north-west shore of Parry Island was originated in the early 1960's.  After conducting a feasibility study and concluding that the marina could be a viable business operation, a road was constructed and completed in 1972.  Marina construction began in 1971 and the official grand opening of the marina took place in June 1973.

Wasauksing Marina has the following amenities:

  • 88 Boat Slips from 16’ to 35’
  • Over 70 campsites in 3 separate locations
  • 3 beaches on Georgian Bay
  • Tent Camping Sites
  • Seasonal RV Trailer Sites
  • 2 shower stations
  • 30 amp electrical to all camping sites
  • Firepits & picnic tables
  • Gas Dock
  • Boat Launch Ramp
  • Pump-out Service
  • Onsite Dumping station
  • Convenience store with Wi-Fi
  • Canoe and Kayak Rentals
  • Water Taxi
  • Barge Service
  • 20 flavours of hard ice cream
  • 100lb & 20lb Propane Tanks and
  • Inside & Outside Boat storage

 

Make Wasauksing Marina your summer camping and boating destination.

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