Happening This Week / Hours & Weather

We are now CLOSED FOR THE SEASON but are already looking forward to 2020. If you have any questions, please email ask@paddletoronto.com for quickest response, as we don't pick up voice messages very often. Thank you all for a great season and we look forward to helping you enjoy Toronto's Waterfront beginning May 16, 2020.

Mon Oct 14th

CLOSED for the season and winds are forecasted W 30-40 km/hr. Partly sunny ...Air temp is 10 C. Water temp is 16C
Tue Oct 15th CLOSED for the season and winds are forecasted SE 15-25 km/hr. Partly sunny ...Air temp is 12 C. Water temp is 16C
Wed Oct 16th

CLOSED for the season and winds are forecasted SW 35-50 km/hr. Mostly cloudy with 80% chance of rain ...Air temp is 12 C. Water temp is 14C

Thu Oct 17th

CLOSED for the season and winds are forecasted NW 40-60 km/hr. Possible rain ...Air temp is 10 C. Water temp is 14C

Fri Oct 18th CLOSED for the season and winds are forecasted NW 20-30 km/hr. Some sun ...Air temp is 12 C. Water temp is 14C

Sat Oct 19th

CLOSED for the season. Mostly sunny 14C, winds S 20 km/hr ...Air temp is 12 C. Water temp is 14C
Sun Oct 20th

CLOSED for the season. Mostly sunny ...Air temp is 17 C. Water temp is 14C, winds SW 15-25 km/hr

...we will keep the weather updated here for those of you with your own boats. (Water temp is taken from our docks 3 feet under water. We strongly recommend drysuits, properly worn lifejackets, paddling with a buddy, and good self rescue skills with water temp under 13C/55F ...video)

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NIGHT PADDLING: We don’t encourage night paddling due to the fact there are so many lights reflecting off the water that your lights will blend in and makes it difficult for motorized boats to see your lights.  If you still decide to go out at night, have the brightest light you can find on the back of your boat able to be seen from all directions, as well as a bright headlamp to face forward.  Also it is advised to cross the harbour alongside the buoys at the end of the airport runway.

CELEBRATE PADDLING VISUALLY!  Check out some 1985 location photos in our photo gallery , and the 30 min. film THE CANOE by Film-maker and Harbourfront Alumni, Goh Iromoto. You'll be sure to see see some familiar footage, and check out other Toronto waterfront footage there too.