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Moose Deer Point Marina

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09 May 2019
Georgian Bay

Today the marina boasts an impressive 250 slips and covered storage for 230 boats as well as a full service shop, gas, hydro, water, pump out, propane and a general store for all your boating needs.

1068 Marina Rd MacTier Ontario P0C1H0 Canada
(705) 375-5155


info@moosedeerpointmarina.com
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Listing Since 09 May 2019

Service Features

Boat Sales
Club House
Club Racing
Docks & Slips
Fishing & Tackle
Gasdock
Laundry
Mooring
Parking
Parts and Mechanical Services
Port of Entry
Public Boat Launch
Pump-Out Station
Restaurant Available
Retail Supply Store
Showers
Snack Bar
Swimming Pool
Training Courses Available
Transients Welcome - Limited Availability
Washroom
WiFi
Winter Storage

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On July 25, 1969 Moose Deer Point Marina was officially opened by then Federal Minister of Indian Affairs Jean Chretien. Moose Deer Point Marina was the first marina in Canada to be owned and operated solely by First Nations people. The Marina had docking for 90 boats as well as storage sheds that could accommodate 80.

Today the marina boasts an impressive 250 slips and covered storage for 230 boats as well as a full service shop, gas, hydro, water, pump out, propane and a general store for all your boating needs.

At the 30th Anniversary of Moose Deer Point Marina. Bob Dickson, Executive Director of Aboriginal Business Canada had this to say:

"There are Dreams you have when you are sleeping and Dreams you have when your eyes are open. What I see before me is a community who is dreaming with their eyes wide open"


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