The Kincardine Marina is halfway between Sarnia and the North Channel. The harbour is open 24 hours a day, and has over the years, been a haven of refuge for weary boaters. No boat has ever been turned away from Kincardine, even 70 footers have been known to shelter at the harbour when Lake Huron’s waves become too wild. The marina can accommodate over 150 boats with 14 slips reserved for transient boaters.
While at the harbour, visit the Marine Museum, take a romantic walk on the boardwalk, watch a magnificent sunset and listen to the Phantom Piper Pipe down the sun from atop the lighthouse. With it’s close proximity to Kincardine’s downtown, boaters can walk to restaurants, the laundromat and shop in the downtown core.
The lighthouse restoration project is now complete. The Marina and Channel cameras have been returned to the top of the lighthouse. The Harbor camera does not like the cold, so it will remain on the heated main floor until spring.