Photo of Lakefield Marina along the Otonabee RiverThe Lakefield Marina is situated along the historic Trent-Severn Waterway system in the Selwyn Township in the beautiful Peterborough & the Kawarthas region. Located along the Otonabee River at the mouth of Katchewanooka Lake between Young's Point Lock 27 and Lakefield Lock 26, the Lakefield Marina can be found at 1 Water Street, Lakefield.

The Marina opens on Victoria Day weekend (weather dependent) and closes on Thanksgiving weekend.

Marina Hours

  • Monday to Thursday:  8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
  • Friday to  Sunday: 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM

2024 Marina Rates

Lakefield Marina25 Foot Minimum ChargePer FootHSTTotal
Seasonal 30 Amp $57.47 $7.47 $64.94
  50 Amp $66.83 $8.69 $75.52
Monthly 30 Amp $26.04 $3.39 $29.43
  50 Amp $32.48 $4.22 $36.70
Weekly 30 Amp $9.74 $1.44 $11.01
  50 Amp $11.11 $1.44 $12.55
Daily 30 Amp $2.37 $0.31 $2.68
  50 Amp $3.17 $0.41 $3.58
Day Rate No Hydro $19.89 $2.59 $22.47
Pump-Out With Slip Rental $19.89 $2.59 $22.47
  No Slip $27.64 $3.59 $31.23
Features & Services 
  • Bike Share
  • Transient and Seasonal Dockage
  • Fully Services Slips
  • Boater Reception Area
  • Municipal Water
  • Clean Showers and Washrooms
  • 30 and 50 amp Hydro Service
  • Pump-outs
  • Snack Bar
  • Wireless Internet
  • Marine Navigational Charts for the Trent Severn Waterway
  • Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Internet & Cash accepted
  • Channel 68 monitored
Layout & Docking Map
Nearby Amenities
  • Royal Bank, CIBC and ATM
  • Beer Store and LCBO
  • Boat Repairs and Service
  • Groceries, Pharmacy & Laundromat
  • Dining, Fast Food
  • Playground, Park and Beach
  • Walking, Cycling Trail
  • Boat Launch

Area Information & Events

Selwyn Township is a beautiful year round playground. Our lakes, rivers, trails and other recreational properties are second to none when it comes to boating, fishing, swimming, cycling, hiking, golf, skiing and so much more.

Lakefield Marina Utilization Study

The Township initiated a Lakefield Marina Utilization Study in response to a recent review of its Parks & Recreation Department that examined ways to modernize and operate more efficiently. The Study assessed the Lakefield Marina’s service offerings, operating performance, and value provided to boaters and the public. In doing so, we looked at best practices in the marina industry, sought input from the public and boating community and investigated whether changes are needed to the services offered at the Lakefield Marina, including a potential expansion.


We are committed to providing quality services. Your comments and ideas are valuable to us.

Please take a moment and provide us with some feedback on your stay at the Lakefield Marina by filling out this Comment Form or email the Parks & Recreation Department.

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