Crysler Park Marina


Crysler Park Marina is in a deep bay on the North shore of the river. Turn North at quick flashing red buoy 72, and follow the red and green marked channel into Marina Bay. The entrance is through an opening in the rock breakwall. The entrance channel has been 10-12 feet depending on Seaway Levels. Visitors are asked to go fuel dock on arrival or call ahead on VHF 68.

The marina has 256 slips with room for 45 transients on docks that range from 25 to 40 feet. A 150-foot-long crib dock can accommodate larger vessels. Larger excursion boats tie up here or at moorings offshore while their passengers go ashore to visit the historic village. Depth at the dock ranges from 10 to 12 feet.

Engine repairs can be arranged, as can haulout for powerboats up to 45 feet and 30 tons (using a hydraulic trailer). Winter storage is available.

The marina sells snack foods, souvenir clothing and marine supplies, including charts, rope and cleaners. Canoes and kayaks can be rented. Rides to the village of Morrisburg, which has great shopping, restaurants, attractions and other necessities, can be arranged for a nominal fee

Facilities: gas, diesel, pumpout, 30-amp power and water at each slip, washrooms, showers, ice, coin laundry, patio, retail store, clubhouse, picnic tables, gas barbecues, firepits, swimming pool, children’s play area, public phone, Wi-Fi, launch ramp, vehicle/trailer parking.


The Parks of the St. Lawrence is pleased to offer our transient dockage customers the Reciprocal Program.

How Does It Work?

1. Buy transient dockage at Crysler Park Marina

2. Receive two Reciprocal tickets offering complimentary admission to Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada (Kingston) OR to Upper Canada Village (Morrisburg) OR to use at a day-use beach area.

The Reciprocal ticket is non-transferrable, has no cash value and is valid only for Regular Season day programming. Not valid for Special Events.

Nearby Attractions

When you drop anchor at the Crysler Park Marina, there is always something to see and do. Check out the following nearby attractions offering fun for the entire family. Click on the attraction name to visit their web site for more information.

Parks of the St. Lawrence Campsites & Day Use Areas

Glengarry Campground, Long Sault Parkway, Farran Park Campground, Upper Canada Migratory Bird Sanctuary, Riverside-Cedar Campground, Crysler Beach and Ivy Lea Campground / Brown’s Bay Beach (1-800-437-2233)

Enjoy one of the Parks of the St. Lawrence’s nearby campgrounds and picnic areas. Offering sandy beaches, recreational activities, and much more.

Upper Canada Golf Course

13745, County Road 2

Morrisburg, ON K0C 1X0


Enjoy a challenging game of golf in a picturesque sanctuary setting at this 18 hole championship public golf course. Restaurant is open to public.

Reservations can be made 14 days in advance, by phone or internet.

Upper Canada Migratory Bird Sanctuary

5591, 5720 and 5781 County Road 2

Ingleside, ON K0C 1M0

1-800-437-2233 or 613-537-2024

Walk on nature trails, visit an interactive centre and view countless water birds, including thousands of Canada Geese, between Morrisburg and Ingleside.

Upper Canada Village

13740 County Road 2

Morrisburg, ON K0C 1X0

1-800-437-2233 or 613-543-3704

Take a trip more than 130 years back in time, to experience life in the 1860s; complete with colourful characters for the past. Restaurants on site.

While visiting at Upper Canada Village, check out these other attractions:

Battle of Crysler’s Farm Visitor Centre

Upper Canada Village Heritage Park

13740 County Road 2

Morrisburg, ON K0C 1X0


This memorial stands on a man-made hill (soil from original battle area) and is dedicated to the Battle of Crysler’s Farm that took place in November 1813.

Loyalist Memorial

Upper Canada Village Heritage Park

13740 County Road 2

Morrisburg, ON K0C 1X0


Stop at the Loyalist Memorial, a sculpture created by Canadian Jacobine Jones and unveiled by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in July of 1959. It stands in recognition of the contributions made by the early settlers of Upper Canada.

Pioneer Memorial

Upper Canada Village Heritage Park

13740 County Road 2

Morrisburg, ON K0C 1X0


This memorial contains tombstones of well known local residents that were rescued from eight cemeteries along the river front. These residents were recognized for their pioneering spirit and outstanding contribution to community life.

Upper Canada Playhouse

12320 County Road 2

P.O. Box 852

Morrisburg, ON K0C 1X0


Enjoy live theatre at this renowned summer theatre, with shows running from June to September.