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A not-for-profit member-owned marina serving cottagers and the community.

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Are you in the market for a new boat or motor?

Drop by the showroom to check out some cool boats and motors.

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Get Creative

Do you have artistic talent or just love to dabble? We’re planning to paint the south side of the first building you see as you enter the marina from 507. We invite you to suggest ideas for what welcoming pictures or mural you’d like to see covering that “canvas”. Later in the summer we’ll organize […]

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Meet a few of our staff

We have energetic staff who are delighted to serve you…even when they’re enjoying an ice cream break. From left to right: Philip Turner, Tyler Gale, Julia Somerville, Miggs Vandervelden, Carly Turner, Tyler Vandervelden and Todd Gale.

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Welcome, Laurie

A big welcome to our new bookkeeper, Laurie Stark. She has over 25 years’ experience as an independent professional in accounting and bookkeeping, specializing in small businesses including retail, restaurants, manufacturing, construction, and advertising. She is familiar with Catchacoma Marina, having a family cottage on Mississauga Lake. Please introduce yourselves to Laurie when you’re at […]

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High Water

This has got to be some kind of record. The water is over the break wall and onto the grass!

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Bass Season is Now Open

Bass fishing season begins on the 4th Saturday of June which means it’s time to get out your rod and mosey over to your favourite fishing spot. Where is your favourite place on the lake by the way? Ha, ha, I really don’t expect a response. You can get your fishing license online.

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Kids: Prepare your Rods!

Register by Monday for the Kids’ Rock Bass Derby, taking place on July 5th. Click on the Poster for more info.

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How to get to Catchacoma Marina

Are you a Catchacoma cottager who would like to skip the hassle of making up elaborate maps to the marina for your guests? You can tell them the URL for the marina and they can click on the map in the sidebar or just ask them to enter ‘Catchacoma Marina’ in Google Maps. Of course Google Maps doesn’t take traffic […]

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Full Moon Over Catchacoma

Yvonne Faulkner took this fabulous photo of the moon over Catchacoma on June 14.

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Weekday Activity

If you thought that June weekdays were quiet at the marina, think again. Cottage builders, service providers, and yes, even cottagers converge on the marina as their gateway to Catchacoma Lake.

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