OFFICE/STORE HOURS: 8 am to 5 pm, 7 days a week.
GAS BAR HOURS (wind and weather permitting): 8 am to 5 pm Saturday and Sunday.
As we start winding down this year's boating season, for everyone's health and safety, please remember that you are still required to wear a mask that covers your nose, mouth and chin if you are entering or remaining within our main office/store, gas bar store and all washroom shower/buildings in accordance with Norfolk County By-Law 2020-66.
We are allowing two customers within the main office/store, but only one customer in the gas bar store due to its smaller size. Hand sanitizer is available for you inside the entrance of both buildings and masks are also available.
Please remember to continue social distancing by keeping two metres apart while at our boat ramp and while on land within the marina. Also, regularly wash your hands and/or use sanitizer for the safety of yourself, other customers, visitors and our staff. Face masks are recommended outside when you’re unable to social distance safely.
The Ontario Government is still recommending that social circles be limited to 10 people, although indoor and outdoor gathering limits have been increased.
Our boat ramp is always open, but for social distancing purposes, we are still limiting the number of people using the ramp at one time. We ask that during office/store hours of 8 am to 5 pm, please have your boat ready for launch, then check in at the office before proceeding to the ramp. If the ramp is very busy, like it is on weekends, someone will be outside to take your payment for the ramp fee, ice, bait or other supplies and to direct traffic at the ramp.
We are regularly cleaning and sanitizing the washroom/shower buildings and an additional hand-washing station can be found outside the front of the washroom building near the boat ramps and outside the washrooms at the gas bar as well.
MacDonald Turkey Point Marina will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and will follow guidance from public health officials and government agencies.
We must follow all of these steps as we continue to practice safety and caution while addressing the ongoing risks and effects of COVID-19 now that we are in phase 3 of the Ontario’s COVID-19 action plan.
Thank you once again for your patience and understanding through what has been a challenging and busy year.