Harbourfront Alert

Monday looks like a beautiful hot day (no rain) with lots of boats available ...so just drop in and we will get you out on the water. Everyday afterwards gets increasingly colder and more windy ...hope to see you Monday! We will be closed Tues, Wed, Thurs due to winds.

Below is a interactive zoomable map outlining the some suggested paddling routes and attractions on Toronto Island.

The yellow line is a 2 hour suggested route, red is 3 hours, and blue is 4+ hours.

Have fun enjoying the bird sanctuaries, relaxation, and health of paddling Toronto’s most picturesque areas.

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Island Wildlife

While paddling within the 13 Toronto Islands it is common to spot the following: Great Blue Herons, Green Herons, Painted Turtles, Trumpeter Swans, Mute Swans, Belted Kingfishers, Red Winged Blackbirds, Beavers, Minks, Muskrats, Great Egrets, Racoons, Black-Crowned Night Herons, and Double-Crested Cormorants. Read more detail…

Blue Heron in the Toronto Islands
Photo Credit: Michael Connor